Who'd Have Thought

Who'd Have Thought

by G Benson


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Top neurosurgeon Samantha Thomson needs to get married fast and is tightlipped as to why. And with over $200,000 on offer to tie the knot, no questions asked, cash-strapped ER nurse Hayden Pérez isn’t about to demand answers.

The deal is only for a year of marriage, but Hayden’s going into it knowing it will be a nightmare. Sam is complicated, rude, kind of cold, and someone Hayden barely tolerates at work, let alone wants to marry. The hardest part is that Hayden has to convince everyone around them that they’re madly in love and that racing down the aisle together is all they’ve ever wanted. What could possibly go wrong?

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ISBN-13: 9783955338749
Publisher: Ylva Verlag e.Kfr.
Publication date: 10/04/2017
Pages: 360
Sales rank: 679,894
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

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Who'd Have Thought 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Rocio_65 More than 1 year ago
I know I like G Benson for a reason. Her writing, her characters, her humour, her descriptions, her stories. They are just excellent. You start reading Who'd have thought? and start wondering what's going on. What can be so big for a person to accept a marriage for money and for the other to make the offer. Hayden is an ER nurse with money issues and a secret. Samantha is a succesful neurosurgeon with a lot of money and a secret. They are both family secrets but for very different reasons. In this book I have found, once again, that there is more than one way to love. At first it confused me the term “they” when related to Hayden's best friend Luce until it is perfectly explained. If I learnt in last Jae's book about asexuality, in this book two new terms I wasn't familiar with: pansexuality and non-binary. Both feelings so well and sensitively described that I feel I have been missing a lot in this vast world. We can also find hard homophobia, the hardest I believe, coming from your own family. Well, it is here when I can see G Benson's skill to write about it as well as she does. The book is brilliant and I totally recommend it.