Will money ruin everything?
Nina Warrenton is ready for the next step in her life plan—marriage, but no one has proposed. Taking matters into her hand, she places an ad in the newspaper hoping to entice a willing stranger. But when she begins to fall for the small-town chef, she realizes how much she wants him to love her and not her money.
Dwight Williams needs fast cash to save the family restaurant. When he sees Nina’s monetary offer for a husband, he goes for it. He’s determined to save the legacy his dad left him, but can he let it go to prove his love for her?
Can Nina and Dwight find true love, once money has entered the equation?
I couldn't put this modern marriage of convenience down so I read it in one sitting! I especially enjoyed the way the two main characters' lives contrast yet compliment. City versus country living, a life of virtual solitude compared to a community of friends and family, opposites often attract yet this story delves deeper into the issue of love as a choice, action, and commitment. This is a great little storyline with interesting and authentic characters.