She needed a home.
A completely platonic arrangement.
When sexy, single bodyguard Nick Cahill and his childhood friend, sweet and jobless Adelaide Sinclair, agree on a marriage solely for convenience, they have no idea what’s in store. Winning an unexpected dream honeymoon turns into a nightmare when they find a reality TV crew waiting for them on the island paradise. With cameras rolling, filming their every move, the lines blur between fantasy and reality. Acting like passionate newlyweds wreaks havoc on their platonic agreement. Will Nick and Addie succumb to their feelings off camera, turning their make-believe marriage into a real fairytale?
* from Goodreads
I needed The Honeymoon Prize.
As soon as I picked up this sweet romance I knew I wouldn’t put it down. The Honeymoon Prize is a terrific read that I read in one sitting.
I absolutely loved the plot and the characters. While getting married in name only to save yourself or winning a honeymoon on a reality series aren’t new twists to a romance novel, the way Melissa McClone pulls it together and the amount of detail she includes in The Honeymoon Prize make it absolutely worth the read. Both Nick and Addie are amazing people and the supporting characters are an exceptional addition to the romance.
Though there is some steamy kissing, I definitely think The Honeymoon Prize is a sweet clean romance. There’s a bit of drama, but besides some steamy conversation and wardrobe mishaps there isn’t anything I came away thinking “that should have been left to my imagination”! 😉
After reading The Honeymoon Prize I’ll definitely be grabbing more from Melissa McClone!
|I purchased The Honeymoon Prize on August 20, 2014 when it was on sale for $1.
|Publisher & Date:
|January 12th 2017 by Tule Publishing Group
|1945879874 (ISBN13: 9781945879876)
|San Diego, California then Starfish Island, Figi 😉
|Honeymoon #3, Ever After #1
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