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The Marriage Bargain by Jennifer Probst
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Mar 05, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: contemporary, romance, own
Read in April, 2012

After reading Fifty Shades, I was looking for something similar, but not as intense. I’m glad I found TMB, because it’s what I needed.

Alexa is willing to do anything to come up with $150,000 to save her parents’ home before it’s foreclosed on. Nick has to find a bride so he can inherit his father’s corporation. Alexa is best friends with Nick’s younger sister, and she and Nick know each other from when they were kids — when he teased her until she was in tears. Now, these two are all grown up. They both want a marriage with no strings attached and a set of rules in place. Can they abide by this plan, or will they break every rule in the book?

Overall, if you’re looking for a contemporary romance without all the over-the-top drama, then I'd recommend this book.

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