(My Fake Husband Romance Book 1)
A billionaire, a billboard, and a quest to find a wife.
My company’s board wants me to marry, but I’ve already tried that route. Women fall at my feet vying to become the next Mrs. Taylor, only they are always after one thing. The money. Instead of picking someone they want, I turn it into a game. My chosen bride will be placed on a budget with a strict set of rules. I have a year to turn a gold-digging diva into a domesticated housewife. What have I got to lose, besides true love?
Rich men are all the same and I want nothing to do with them. I left Texas to get away from my meddlesome mother and her dreams of me marrying old money. But the first thing I see in New York is a giant billboard sporting a billionaire looking for a wife, Bachelor style. I don’t find out my mother has filled out an application for me until I am chosen to come to Edward Taylor’s penthouse.
That’s when I realize my mother will never stop unless I do something drastic. If I ramp up my pageant persona there’s no way he’ll choose me to become his wife—and in the process, I’ll get my mother off my back about getting married while teaching this full of himself billionaire the way to a woman’s heart isn’t by hiring a billboard!
I enjoyed this good clean romance; Edward, the billionaire, picks a unique way to find a wife, on a billboard. Madison’s mother wants her to marry money, so she applies to be his wife unbeknownst to Madison and she is surprised when she is invited to the party to meet him. She’s sick of her mother’s interference and decides to act opposite of what she thinks Edward would want (gold digger), not knowing he has a bet with his best friend to pick a gold digger make demands such as cleaning, cooking, and a limited budget, to see if see runs or falls in love. If she runs Jackson, his best friend, must do the billboard wife ad, if he loses, he loses his Lamborghini to Jackson. It is a well written story with well-developed characters, and I would recommend it.
This romantic comedy is free from language, and graphic sexual content, and has mild Christian themes. Pick it up today!