Book One of Three Aidan Iverson III, old money wealthy and blatant playboy, has never felt the need to be with one woman. Why, when he has the looks, money and a family name to rule the nightlife? And, when it thoroughly aggravates Grandfather?
LILLIAN SNOWE, do-it-yourself overachiever, has a plan to keep her father healthy and living in the home where he raised her. But, how can she, when the hospital bills are piling up, the bank wants their money and she is hundreds of miles away from home?
From the moment they meet, Aidan would have to be blind not to feel an attraction, especially with Lilli's work attire and feisty humor. When illness, death, debt and a mutual friend, bring these two together, feelings are hurt and someone is insulted. It takes determination, sneaky actions and cockiness to secure the deal. But, even with an iron clad marriage agreement and pre-nup in place, there are those who would seek to destroy the spark threatening to engulf our couple in a happily ever after.
So, Save the Date, because you are cordially invited to the seduction of Lilli Snowe.
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A sassy good time
This was the best narration style ever!
Absolutely! It was a very enjoyable story. It covered all of my wants in a good romance novel/trilogy. It begins with friendship, charming whitty banter, it has drama, laughter and love. The story is full of everything, the couple, the friends, the family. If a story is well written its worth repeating.
When Aiden gives her the ultimatum! I mean at that point in the book she already turned him down and you kind of sit back and think where will this go? So Aiden does this huge favor for her and she gets mad at him and he says "Either you accept what I did as a favor or as a kind gesture or you agree to marry me it's that simple". I mean you see the depths of his love starting to grow and he makes these gestures and she is just all about the business end of the deal and doesn't even give it a thought that he might want to try and make this a life commitment. I hated how Lilly didn't see the grand gestures he was making. I mean he gave her his mothers ring to wear and she says no I can't you should save it for the real thing. I guess from hers perspective she was being honorable but from his perspective he wanted to try to make it real.
No, both of them are new to me. The style of narration to me is the best I have ever listened to. I always said to my husband, you know it would be nice if the males could do the male voices and the females do the female voices and if they could read it like a play. That is exactly how it sounds. It changes the whole dynamic of the story because it's being performed and it is like you are seeing a play in your mind. I guess it makes it more meaningful and true to life!
Yes absolutely because I couldn't wait to see how books 2 and 3 were going to progress.
It was a little aggravating that he did not immediately think of Lilly as the perfect candidate to be his wife. I mean you saw the moment he was taken with her, he saw immediately that she was in a financial jam but yet get continued to date right in front of her no less. That bothered me.