It's wedding season, like it or not; this year, the wedding gore and glory are bound to be grander than ever. Whether you are craving a hysterical laugh or a good cathartic cry, these wedding-related titles will give you great company, some much-needed humor, and a hefty dose of romance throughout this year’s marriage market. So, buckle in for that destination wedding international flight and crack open one of these wedding winners. Trust us; you’re going to need it.
Give Me Forever by Weston Parker It was lust at first sight. Her curves turned my head, but it wasn’t until she became my assistant that I knew I needed far more than her body. She needs me too. Well, really, she needs my money—bad enough to agree to become my fake fiancée. Her family business is going under, and I’m all-in on being the knight in shining armor. Besides, with my recent fame from becoming a billionaire overnight, the gold-diggers are everywhere. I might be a hopeless romantic, but I hide it well. Until I can’t anymore. Faking it for a while is fine, but I want so much more from this woman. I want forever.
Shattered Altar by Nicole Fox It started with the mile high club. It ended with a fake marriage and his baby in my belly. I thought it was just a hookup on an airplane. Let’s be cute and call it a “one-flight-stand.” Or we could be more accurate and call it what it really was: The day that ruined my life. Aleksandr Makarova sure looked the part of the knight in shining armor. Tall, rich, with eyes that promised all kinds of delicious things. Not to mention, a body that delivered on those promises. It was the craziest moment of my life. But when the flight landed, Aleks disappeared. I tried to pretend it didn’t hurt my feelings. Back to my boring old reality, right? The problem was, Aleks wasn’t really gone. And when I stepped one toe in my house and saw what he’d done to my family, I realized… He wasn’t going away anytime soon.
Married to the Rockstar by Christina Hovland Nothing about this arrangement is convenient... Jeremy Dillion—a.k.a. Knox—has no intention of succumbing to wedded bliss. Gag, no. His parents divorced when he was young and the only stability in his life comes from his bandmates. But now they’re finding their own forever sweethearts, and Knox is feeling the heat of being a lone wolf in a group effort. Still, an actual relationship? No. Ick. Irina Carmichael is ready for her big break. The problem is no one takes a second look at her, since she doesn’t fit into the general mold created for Hollywood starlets. Her hips are too big, her nose is too sharp, and her lips are too wide. But she’s so ready to step out of the background and into the spotlight. When Knox gets trashed in the tabloids, his publicist pitches the idea of an image-saving marriage to Irina. Irina figures the publicity can't hurt and accepts—until the offers for major roles start pouring in, and she doesn’t need the arrangement. Unfortunately, Knox has broken the first rule of marrying an actress for publicity: don’t fall in love. But can he handle a real relationship? And is she ready to stop pretending?
The Last Eligible Billionaire by Pippa Grant Emotionally unavailable doesn’t even begin to describe my new fake boyfriend. He’s cold. He’s distant. He has more defenses than a nuclear missile silo. And he’s the ultimate catch of the century. At least, according to his bank statement. My job’s simple: Keep Hayes Rutherford’s matchmaking relatives and all interested ladies away from the cranky, grumpy, walled-off heir to my favorite movie empire, and in return, he won’t ruin my life over a teensy, tiny little misunderstanding. But the more I sneak past Hayes’s walls and fences, the more I realize that while we might be from different worlds, we have more in common than either of us expected. The man under all the glitz, glamour, and dollar signs could be the real love of my life. But you know what they say about fake dating a billionaire—it’s all fun and games until the scandals start.
Fake It For Love by Weston Parker She’s willing to fake it for money. Just my type of lady. But this isn’t just one night. I need twelve dates for a series of Christmas parties to promote my hotels. Being a forever bachelor means that I don’t have time for love or the games it plays. A fake date from an agency should solve my problems nicely. Not only is she stunning and everything I would choose if someone gave me a checklist, but she’s studying to become a surgeon. I’d gladly let her play doctor on me. *wink* But this job isn’t an easy one. I need the world to believe this girl is my soul mate. My billion-dollar resorts all rest on one thing—romance. So we gotta go in hot and heavy, like heaven and hell couldn’t separate the love between us. I’ve got the money if she’s got the skills. Now I just need to NOT fall in love.