What's a girl to do when her fiance won't set a date for the wedding? Pretend to have an affair with the best man, of course.
Nikki St. James knows kidnapping Alex Hart and whisking him off to secluded Lake Eden is probably a little extreme, but her fiance barely seems to notice her existence any more, and she needs Alex to help her get his attention. Besides, she's probably doing the college professor a favor - he's so uptight a little R & R at a lakeside cabin is just what he needs. Not that she cares what he needs, or has noticed how handsome he is....
Alex needs a break from his quest to achieve tenure at warp speed - but being kidnapped is not his idea of a good time; especially not by his college buddy's crazy fiancee! He's not one to judge, but if what he's heard is true that she's perfectly happy with an "open relationship" why bother to get married at all?
Alex quickly realizes he's been mislead about Nikki. Worse yet, he's beginning to fall for her. Can he make her see the truth about her impending marriage without ruining his chances for a happy ending?
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I'm sure others would enjoy it. Those who enjoy books with absolutely no basis in reality.
I could not decide if the narrator actually brought more to the story or detracted from it.
The female lead character.
I typically enjoy light hearted romances. This took the stupid, naive female lead character to a new level. The nicest thing I can say is - bad, very bad.
- Kindle Customer
Boring and Annoying
This could have been a better story if the heroine wasn't so obnoxious and naive. The male lead came off as weak and a push over and saw the female lead's obnoxious behavior as cute...it was not cute.
I like a narrator who can make a man sound and act like a man - both the man and the woman in this book came off as feminine and a bit on the numb side.
I kept listening thinking it might at least have a good ending...I was dissapointed.
I prefer authors like Susan E. Phillips, Rachel Gibson, Lori Foster, and Susan Andersen - all authors who portray strong women and strong men. The absolute best narrator I have ever had the pleasure to listen to was Anna Fields, who sadly passed away...but she was AMAZING.
- Amazon Customer