Source: Self Purchased
Published: December 20, 2010
Circle 1 Publishing, LLC.
Sex: R - Strong Sexual Content
Genre: Interracial Contemporary Romance
In order to land a major advertising client, Nick Sinclair needs to be married like yesterday and since he can’t get one of the usual fuck buddies to pretend to be his wife (because they're crazy with a capital C)...isn’t it a good that thing that one of his employees just so happens to have booked the same cruise as he did? And isn’t it just a little bit of a extra bonus that she’s black because the man he’s trying to impress and win over wife is black too. This folks starts the journey of Love Script by Tiffany Ashley.
Maybe all of this is or maybe isn't so lucky for Laney Matthews. After finding her ex-fiancé in bed with one of his co-workers before their vacation, she needs to get away. So she decides to take the trip anyway and runs into the CEO of the company she works for. She’s kinda of stumped by his sudden question of her pretending to be his wife. After Nick explains to Laney why he needs her help to do this…she’s hesitates, but she can’t stand her manager and she could also use the money AND the promotion that Nicks offers so she’s goes along with the script.
Going along with the plan for these two proves to be many things at times during this read. There are funny, a little serious and oh my beating heart sexxy as all hell. The attraction between Nick and Laney is there, its thicke and both of them are fighting it…at first that is. And then there is that script to go along with. But how can they both go along with what’s suppose to benefit them both when they are starting to feel things for one another that they shouldn’t...
It's quite a salacious bumpy ride on this love boat and both Laney & Nick aren't quite sure how they're going to survive 2 weeks together.
I really did enjoy this story and with Nick being the jealous manipulating alpha male that he was…it just added to my insta-love of this book. The character and world building was really good and Ms. Ashley’s writing was well done. I love reads like these when there’s suppose to be this plan or pretending to be with one another and it starts to roll into something else entirely.
Great story and highly recommended. It’s a little pricey, so you may want to see if you can borrow it first.