Gina Saxton travels from London to Los Angeles to meet her dying biological grandfather and ends up an heiress to a billion-dollar fortune. But there's one condition: She must marry the man's adopted son. Ross Harlow proposes a marriage of convenience, but when passions flare between the two, it soon becomes obvious that their nice business arrangement isn't going to work. Can this deal be renegotiated? The Billion-Dollar Bride (2) by Kay Thorpe offers a modern-day approach to the marriage of convenience, but the characters are inconsistent and the pacing is very slow.
Reviewed by: 
Shannon Short