A sweet, fun read that I decided to dive into late one night. I haven't read the other books in this series yet but this book reads as a standalone and it was perfect for a little holiday mental escape. Colin & Bailey are complete opposites but there is a connection between them that the story focuses on. I loved Colin in all his alpha glory! He is strong, smart, wealthy and so sexy. Bailey is feisty and head strong and she definitely knows how to get under his skin. The story doesn't get too complex but it has a great plot to it and flows very well. Can they get past their differences and realize they both want the same things? R.R. Banks never lets me down! I may need to go back and read the other books in this series now!
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In the blink of an eye, I'm naked and bare in front of him now, fully exposed. Self- consciousness ripples through me, but it ebbs quickly when I see the way he's staring up at me, like I'm the most beautiful woman he's ever seen- something I'll never get tired of seeing.
He grabs hold of my legs. lifting them up and thrusts once more, so he's deep as he can possibly go. The noise that comes out of him is primal. Animalistic. I can feel his cock swelling within me before it bursts. As I let that wave of sensation wash over me, I cry out his name, and we come together, my body trembling, my breathing ragged.
“Just pretend to be my fiancée for Christmas.”
Sure. What could go wrong?
The richest man in this city is an Adonis in the flesh.
So damn gorgeous, he can stop my heart with a single glance.
But he also happens to be my sworn enemy.
From his designer suits to his arrogant ways,
Colin has every quality I hate.
If only I could stop fantasizing about him…
His hands, caressing every inch of me.
His mouth pressing against mine.
Ugh, let me stop myself there.
He’s the enemy. You don’t bang your enemies.
That is 'til I broke my cardinal rule, repeatedly.
I fell into the “Just Pretend” trap with the most eligible bachelor in the country.
Oh, did I mention I’m now carrying his baby?