Keaton Michaels is desperate to escape from the public spotlight that her father’s job brings. Her father is running for election and Keaton is tired of having to live her life by her father’s rules. She plans to marry so that her father no longer has a say in her life. She signs up to an elite dating agency that has success in arranging perfect marriages.
Garret Hansen has been tasked with protecting Keaton while her father’s campaign is underway. He discovers her plan and arranges with the company for Keaton to be matched to him for a marriage of convenience. Once the wedding day arrives, and Garret meets Keaton for the first time he finds himself reconsidering the conditions he attached to the union.
This book was an okay read; there was nothing special to make it stand out from other books in this genre. The romance wasn’t believable, more a case of insta-lust than love. I felt Keaton let Garret away too quickly with his deception. I wouldn’t pay to read this book, but if it were offered free, it would be worth a read.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.