WIFE WANTED… Italian billionaire seeks faux fiancée. Willing to agree to anything in return... In order for his sister to marry, Italian billionaire Michael Conte has to find himself a bride – and fast! When he learns that photographer Maggie Ryan is going to be in Milan, Michael hatches a plan to introduce her to his family as his “fiancée.” Never mind that Maggie is confident, independent, and a control freak. Never mind that she’s everything he doesn’t want in a wife… and everything he wants in his bed! Convinced that Michael is in love with her married gal pal, Maggie agrees to keep up the ruse if he’ll keep away from her friend. Besides, she’s not attracted to charming, ridiculously hot billionaires who drive her nuts. Once they’re in Italy, however, everything changes – and the sexual tension between Maggie and Michael goes from simmer to naked nuclear meltdown! But have they found the perfect arrangement… or are they trapped in a make-believe marriage??
Billionaire Nicholas Ryan doesn’t believe in marriage, but in order to inherit his father’s corporation, he needs a wife and needs one fast. When he discovers his sister’s childhood friend is in dire financial straits, he’s offers Alexa a bold proposition.
Italian billionaire and business man Michael Conte is in a bit of a fix. His sister is wanting to get married, but tradition dictates that Michael must marry first before his sisters. To placate his family, he devises a plan to present a fake wife. Photographer Maggie Ryan has known Michael for a year ever since her friend, Alexa had set her up on a blind date with the handsome Italian. But Maggie is convinced Michael is in love with Alexa who happens to be married to Maggie's brother, Nick. This is book #2 in the Marriage to a Billionaire series. And this time it's Nick's (the hero from The Marriage Bargain) sister, Maggie who is getting married to a billionaire. Altogether The Marriage Trap is a cute, lightweight, and sexy romance, yet ultimately for me an average read. Though there is nothing particularly bad here, Jennifer Probst writes a contemporary following the usual tropes and brings nothing really new. But for those readers who enjoyed book #1 The Marriage Bargain, I think will also enjoy this one as well. None the less the book is sort of worth reading according to me so yeah :D :) i am waiting for the 3rd book in this series!
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