He'll marry the maid to get $50 million but a secret could queer the deal.
Taylor Fitzgerald needs a last-minute bride.
On the eve of his twenty-fifth birthday, the billionaire’s son discovers that despite being gay, he must marry a woman before midnight or lose a fifty-million-dollar inheritance. So he hightails it to Las Vegas… where he meets the beautiful maid Ally May.
There’s just one rather significant problem: Ally is actually Alessandro Macias, son of a tough Brazilian hotel magnate. But if Ally keeps pretending to be a girl for a little while longer, is there a chance they might discover this marriage is tailor-made?
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Taylor Maid was stinking cute. I loved Ally’s character. I want to squeal about Ally being a drag character, and this being a very clever adaptation to the marriage for inheritance trope. So good.
So this was a fun ride. It’s suspenseful, wondering when the big revelation will happen and how it will affect everything. It’s heartwarming and sexy. It’s got everything. I loved the characters, even the dads. Taylor’s dad is a total jerk who makes you want to reach into the book and beat him. Ally’s dad is…surprising – as was the ending, which was oh so satisfying. However, even though I liked the story and its characters a lot, I have to admit it didn’t have any lasting effect on me. It was a great read, but it was just a little fluffy for me. I felt it was a little short and some of their fall into love was left out so it almost felt a little rushed when they were suddenly all in regardless of the original circumstances or the consequences (sorry if that’s a spoiler). Overall, a very sweet read though. Taylor Maid is a quick fun read that’ll you won’t be able to put down.
At times sweet, silly and sappy this is a fun read. Taylor is an out and proud square. Ally is a major hottie with major secrets. These two are surprisingly perfect for each other. If you like your romance with a little drama and angst you are going to love this.