Claiming His Billion-Dollar Bride

Harlequin Romance. (One Year to Wed, Bk. 4). May 2024. 256p. ISBN 9781335596710. pap. $8.99. CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
Rose refuses to be the reason she and her sisters lose Garrison Downs. All four sisters had to marry within a year of their father’s passing, or they would lose their estate. Rose is the last one standing, with just 90 days remaining. She finds herself turning to the very last man anyone would expect—Lincoln Garrison, the descendent of the original family that owned Garrison Downs. Their families may have been enemies, but Lincoln has always liked Rose, and he’s not about to turn down her proposal. Lincoln and Rose have immediate chemistry, and their not-so-casual flirting—despite it being a “marriage on paper only”—will have readers getting out their fans.
VERDICT Douglas’s (Waking Up Married to the Billionaire) latest is highly recommended for contemporary romance readers and fans of the marriage-of-convenience trope.
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