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Weston King knows how to play. But wild nights and owning an extensive collection of women's panties don't carry the thrill they once did, so when his business partner, Donovan, suggests an outrageous plan to allow them to take over their competition, Wes takes him up on the offer. The crazy idea? Marry the competitor.
Elizabeth Dyson, the bride-to-be in question, is on board with the plan. She wants access to her trust fund and can only get it once she marries. Each has something the other wants - all they have to do is pretend to like each other well enough to tie the knot.
Only trouble is, playing fiancé to Elizabeth isn't quite that simple. Wes finds her sexy and brilliant...and soon wishes their engagement wasn't fake at all. Not that he'd ever tell her that.
But a lover boy like Wes can stand an empty bed only for so long...and even the best of players has to put down his cards eventually.
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By bookbruin on 04-10-18
Enemies to Lovers Perfection!
After enjoying the Dirty Duet, I have been more than ready to get Weston and Elizabeth's full story. This enemies to lovers and marriage of convenience romance is so deliciously hot! You don't need to first read the Dirty Duet to enjoy this book, but it will give you insight/alternate view points of different scenes since this follows the same timeline.
Jacob Morgan and Elena Wolfe are absolutely perfect as Weston and Elizabeth. Morgan especially nails the playful, charming, and sinfully sexy player. These two narrators have incredible talent and their voices complement each other so well in this dual POV romance. I enjoy both their male and female voices and found both performances captivating and entertaining.
Weston and Elizabeth stumble and fight their growing emotions, but it only made me root harder for them to find their way. It's no secret that I am not a fan of the reformed manwhore. Weston's unapologetic and colorful past however, made his confusion about relationships more believable and I found myself falling for him. When I first met Elizabeth in the Dirty Duet, she seemed cold and rigid, but finally being in her head revealed a much more vulnerable and likeable person. All of the banter, pent up frustration, and sexual chemistry between Weston and Elizabeth was so scrumptiously HOT! I loved their back and forth and that each would give as good as they got. Yes, they were frustratingly stubborn, but it all just made it more explosive when things finally boiled over. The story did feel a little rushed to me towards the end with revelations and a surprise or two thrown in, so please keep in mind that this one does end on a bit of a cliffhanger. I can't wait to find out though how Weston and Elizabeth's story ends!
Overall 5 stars
Performance 5 stars
Story 4.5 stars
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
By Texasrodie on 04-12-18
Beware only Part 1 of 2
Good story, but was disappointed when I found that it left you hanging,. The second book , which will tell the rest of the story will not even be out until November 2018 so you are left hanging. Hate that feeling
28 of 30 people found this review helpful
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Kindle Customer on 08-07-18
Omg what a wow cliffhanger, wow wow wow I loved Weston and Elizabeth’s story can’t wait for second part .
By Book Addict on 07-23-18
Another Winner from Laurelin Paige!
I have say is Laurelin Paige is a go to author for me. I have loved everything she has written, and pre-order books unseen and I am never disappointed. Laurelin has been very brave with this book by having the audiobook published first.
I have devoured every word, as I have a soft spot for Weston. So it took me a while to warm up to Elizabeth, and the way she treated Weston. For the first time in his life he couldn’t charm a woman.
I didn’t think I would enjoy anything as much as the Donovan Duet. This is a treat you can’t miss, as with any marriage of convenience, this is to help Elizabeth inherit her father’s company. Elizabeth can’t inherit unless she is married or 29. This is Laurelin at her best, with the quick fire conversations and sexual tension you can cut with a knife. This is written with a dual point of view, which helps us understand much more. It’s no secret this is my favourite way to read or listen as it gives the reader a full picture.
Alas we have to wait for book two in the duet to find out how Weston and Elizabeth cope with married life and Elizabeth trying to save her Father’s Company from her cousin.
The narrators were brilliant and brought the characters to life.