Poppy and Beck are the adorable couple at the center of Marsh’s fun, fast read. While this book breaks no new ground in the marriage of convenience romance genre, it’s perfect for those times when you’re looking for something light and fluffy. Marsh does a great job of building believable tension between the characters in a short amount of time, and while you may have to suspend disbelief for the setup for their marriage, you will definitely buy their mutual attraction.

Poppy Collins is trying to keep her sister’s party-planning business afloat. Beck Blackwood is a Vegas-based businessman who needs a wife so he can look respectable enough to expand his business. A marriage of convenience suits both their plans perfectly, even if Beck needs to resort to a little blackmail to get it. But what happens when convenience becomes a bit more complicated? (ENTANGLEDPUBLISHING.COM, dl $2.99)
Reviewed by: 
Cyndy Aleo