Saving her father's carnival is Amber Lawrence's priority—it's all they have left. So when attorney Steve Rockwell offers the needed money in exchange for marriage, Amber agrees. Attracted and hopeful of making the marriage work, Amber is unaware of Steve's real motivation: He needs an heir before his grandmother dies, since that's the woman's fondest wish. When Amber finds out, she's furious and leaves Steve before learning the whole truth, not telling him she's already pregnant. A well-used plot and a superfluous evil "other woman" mar Nicola Marsh's The Wedding Contract (2). Sassy, strong-willed Amber is fun, but she can't save the story.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer