About Blissfully Wed (Kinda)

blissfully wed (kinda)

If the billboard doesn’t work out, marry Jackson…
That’s what my billboard said, all because I lost a bet I didn’t think I would lose. I mean, who finds true love advertising themselves on a billboard?

My billionaire best friend, that’s who. What started out as a game has quickly become my nightmare. I haven’t dated the same woman for more than a week since high school, and now I’m supposed to get to know and marry someone in a month?
It’s not going to happen.

The only reason I agree to stick it out is because of the unexpected consequences of my playboy persona. When the applicants start rolling in, they aren’t from who I expect. Women I’ve dated and burned in the past are flooding my inbox. They’re on a mission to destroy me. The only thing that can save my reputation is my past, but I’m not sure I’m ready to relive those demons.

My best friend’s intervention had better work, because player is the only label that has successfully protected my heart.

My review

This book is my favorite kind of book! It’s a romantic comedy, fake relationship type. But there’s so much more to it. This is the second book in the series. I had not read the first. And that was okay. But I might have to go back and read the first one soon.

I really liked Jackson in this book. Who doesn’t want to have a website dedicated to how awful they are? And the Easter Egg the creator included was pretty interesting. I loved his friend Edward, that’s the whole reason he ended up on an island in the middle of no where with all the girls he’d hurt, dating them Bachelor style.

Anna was there too, except she was the one who hurt Jackson, not the other way around. I really liked Anna. And her motion sickness made a lot of this book more funny. She was supposed to be the “host” of the Jackson bachelor event. But the host isn’t supposed to fall in love with the bachelor.

The author did such a great job with this one! I loved the characters, the way the plot played out. And the ending. I really do need to go back and read the first one just to see how Edward got his happily every after from a billboard.

I borrowed Blissfully Wed (Kinda) using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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