The Marriage Trap : Marriage to a Billionaire

  • by Jennifer Probst
  • Narrated by Madeleine Maby
  • Series: Marriage to a Billionaire
  • 7 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

To satisfy his late father’s wishes, hot and single billionaire Michael Conte must find a bride - someone who will fit into his traditional family back home in Italy - and fast, so his engaged sister will be allowed to wed. With no intention of being tied down, Michael "proposes" to fiery, free-spirited photographer Maggie Ryan: If she will play the part of his fiancée during her trip to Milan for a photo shoot, he will keep away from her married best friend, Alexa, and stop making Maggie nuts with their too-close-for-comfort flirtations.
But once in Italy, sexual tension sparks the hottest no-strings-attached arrangement on any continent. Could marriage be the most enticing trap of all?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Another Simple romance, but I liked it

She did it again!

If you're looking for a simple romance book to burn a few hours of your time, then this one is for you. Like the first book the story is a little unbelievable and completely predictable but I still enjoyed it. I liked the narrator too.

Looking forward to the next installment.

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- Katheryne

This Woman Can Write - Give Her A Real Plot

This is the second book I have read by this author and the second I have reviewed. I've never done this before. They are the epitome of chick-lit romance. They come across as light and fluffy. The whole "Marriage to a Billionaire" tag line screams "shallow".

But the author has a way with words and a great sense of humor. Even though the plot in this book, just like in the first, is totally implausible, the characters that move the story forward are totally believable - if you take away the "billionaire" part, the repetitive fake marriage plot and the disconnected issues with the language - the American character uses Italian slang and only some of the Italian characters use any Italian and then only rarely. They sound like they are from Chicago.

The characters are complex, sympathetic, quirky and funny. Several of them have unexpected depth.

With just a little push, the author could become a really great talent. She doesn't have to give up the romance or chick-lit genre, she just needs to make her plot more plausible and realistic. Her characters are ready for it.

I enjoyed the narrator as well.

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- Lulu

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-02-2012
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio