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Publisher's Summary

A signature can change everything...
Rather than silver, Randolph Van Ayers III was born with a platinum spoon in his mouth and plenty of strings attached. Faced with a list of specific goals he must achieve in order to earn control of his family's banking empire, he's accomplished each task and triumphed. One item remains on his list. He must marry by his 33rd birthday and stay married for one year. However, when his so-called fiancée leaves him on the courtroom steps only hours before his deadline, he realizes he might lose for the first time in his life, and a Van Ayers never fails.
Taught to rely on the universe for answers, Willow Day has always struggled in the material world, specifically her lack of material. With her small holistic store near foreclosure and without a home, she must do anything within her power to make the business work and take care of the woman who raised her. When the rude, yet gorgeous, Randolph the Third offers to fix all her troubles in exchange for one year of her life, she opens her mind and takes a chance.
On the Dotted Line is a full-length (90,000 + Words) standalone novel
It's the battle of the mystical over the money. Between a hidden pet who looks more like a cotton ball, performance artists with wings, and a woman who spouts advice like a living fortune cookie, everything from restaurant reservations to a trip to celebrate the winter solstice create clashes for the couple as they learn how to fit into each other's worlds.
With both their futures at stake, they must learn to accept reality, what the fates have dealt them and the consequences of falling in love from the moment they decided to sign on the dotted line.
©2014 Kim Carmichael (P)2015 Kim Carmichael
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4 out of 5 stars
By 🔹🔹🔹CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹 on 04-11-15


Randolph and Willow have very different backgrounds.... New Age Mysticism vs wealth and spreadsheets, and they have had an unconventional start in this contemporary romance with an arranged marriage. However, when the ink's dry on the marriage licence thing between them soon hot up but unfortunately insecurities, outside forces or fate kept stepping in to ruin their budding romance. And again, when they both finally come clean with their feelings towards each other, there was a bitter ex fiancée waiting in the wings to sabotage and ruin not just one marriage, but two.

This was an entertaining listen, told from dual POV's with lots of likeable secondary characters, angst, sex, humor, tender heartfelt words and bitter self loathing words, character growth, regretted actions and a twist here and there but, IMO, it would have been a far more enjoyable listen if it had a different narrator.

Worth a credit? Although I enjoyed this listen, I just didn't love it, it's probably a personal thing where some books grab you while others, for some unknown reason, just don't and I found myself caring that the H/H got their HEA ending but not really connecting fully with them. Nevertheless it's still worth a credit.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Candyce on 04-06-15


I did enjoy this book, this is my first for the author and narrator and I liked the book but think the performance would have been more enjoyable with a different narrator.

Overall it is a very enjoyable listen I just kept finding myself saying, I wish they had gone with a different narrator, she just doesn't pull off the emotion to me, other might not have an issue.

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