on March 7, 2017
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What could be more romantic than a wedding... unless you're stuck in a fake relationship with a hot man you don't like. Warm up after a long winter with two fun, romantic wedding romances available together for a limited time.
Hired Bride by Noelle Adams - For years, Deanna's eccentric grandmother has been trying to marry her off to a rich man, and she's finally managed to do it. Sexy, obnoxious Mitchell Graves needs a wife to finalize a business deal, and he thinks she'll be easy enough to manage as a wife. He couldn't be more wrong.
The Wedding Season by Samantha Chase - To get through the six weddings she has to attend this summer, Tricia plans to pretend her best friend, Sean, is her boyfriend. But then Sean sends his brother, Ryan, in his place. Now Tricia has to go to all these weddings with her best friend's brother, who is stirring up feelings she never expected.
HIRED BRIDE by Noelle Adams — Quirky meets outspoken and the sparks are sweet and intense!
Deanna Beaufort’s grandmother has been trying to coerce her into snagging a rich husband for years now, and when she sees an opportunity in the making, she makes sure to push her towards doing the deed!
Businessman Mitchell Graves is perfectly happy with his casual relationships and no commitment lifestyle, but when he needs a way into finalizing a business deal that means a lot to him personally, he agrees to a temporary marriage to achieve it.
During their time together, they each start to see another side to each other and they actually really enjoy their time together. Will they actually still want to end this marriage when the time comes?
THE WEDDING SEASON by Samantha Chase — A sweet set up and fun times together leads to more than they ever bargained for!
Tricia Patterson and her best friend Sean Peterson were invited to way too many weddings this summer, so they came up with a plan to pretend to be dating and go together to each one so their friends could no longer try to set them up with people or give them the looks of pity. Only problem is, Sean has something come up that makes it impossible for him to attend, so he sends his brother in his place!
Ryan Peterson has always liked Tricia when she was always hanging around with Sean, but never really got to know her on his own. Will the time they spend together at each of these weddings make them wonder why they have never noticed each other before and wonder if they should be planning one of their own??