Three months to get married. It's every bachelor's nightmare, especially when there's millions at stake. Thanks to his aunt's kooky will, that's exactly where Tristan McFarland finds himself: get a wife or lose it all. At least he only has to stay married for a year.
Small town girl, Claire Campbell is struggling to make it in big city Dallas. So when Tristan proposes what choice does she have? She has no place to live and no more money put aside. As Tristan's wife, she'll have a year to get on her feet. A year and one million dollars!
But when Tristan's brother, Devin, returns home with his own wife in tow, the stakes climb even higher. Now Tristan has to deal with his wayward sibling, Devin's Brazilian bride, in addition to his own wife and his aunt's pampered pooch. To make matters worse, he might just be falling in love with Claire. All in the name getting what is rightfully his. The guy who said All You Need Is Love surely didn't have millions on the line.
|Publisher:||A Squared Books|
|File size:||315 KB|
About the Author
I'm a wife, mother, and expert cornbread maker. Southern Belle, Squirrel Princess, and brilliant author of fabulous and sweetly sexy romances-- zany, contemporary, and whimsical.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Thanks to Tristan McFarland’s aunt and her crazy will, he has three months to get married or he loses everything and we are talking a business and millions! And he only has to stay married for a year…what is the big deal? Claire Campbell has no money and no place to live. So when Tristan asks her to marry him and there is a million dollars to go along with it, what is a girl to do other than say yes? Easy, right? Well, Tristan’s brother returns home unexpectedly and things get a bit crazy. Plus, Tristan may be falling in love with Claire. Does Claire feel the same way? Will this mess things up for Tristan and the terms of the will? This book is such a fun read. Amie Louellen has such a knack for writing romance and creating characters that the reader falls in love with. I would recommend this book to everyone.