Jess Green has had to fight for everything she has. When she sees her future about to slide into an abyss thanks to an offhand comment made by her sexy but oblivious boss, Alistair Beaumont, she decides to take things into her own hands. Everyone in the financial world knows the Beaumont brothers need to settle down else the company that Jess depends upon will go under. So when Alistair is overheard discussing his disbelief in love and marriage the company stock price plunges. When Alistair suffers a bout of amnesia on a skiing trip, Jess sees a way to save the company and decides to tell him one teeny, tiny lie: she’s his fiancé.
Alistair loves one thing and one thing only—his freedom—and certainly not the girl he finds in his bed, claiming to be his future wife. Amnesia or not, something’s not right. Sure, she’s got that girl-next-door sexiness about her, and his attraction to her is powerful, but deep in his gut he’s rebelling against the idea of being tied down. However, snowed in and isolated from the world in an exclusive lodge, Alistair begins to believe they are a couple and against all odds, he actually finds himself falling in love.
But when Alistair gets his memories back, will he choose to stay with Jess who he can’t get out of his mind—or out of his heart—or will he choose to take back the freedom he’s always craved?
Jessica Green (Jess) is an assistant who is put in an awful and tough position when her boss, Alistair Beaumont, needs a girlfriend and needs one fast. After Alistair’s grandfather passed away, his two brothers and himself have just eighteen months to be married after his passing. If not, they will lose their business. With the work ethic that Jess has, she made it her mission to find the perfect girl. Interviewing tons of girls, she finally finds one that is the perfect fit and meets all of his qualifications.
After leaving for a last minute ski trip in Austria, Alistair gets into an accident which results in a minor head injury and some memory loss. Jess stops everything and get on a plain to Austria. While on the plane, Jess calls one of Alistair’s brothers to inform him of what is going on. He suggests that she pretends to be his Fiancé.
I really enjoyed this book. You could really tell that Jess was conflicted throughout the entire story, she knew what she was doing was wrong but thought it was the best and only option for Alastair. This book was a breath of fresh air.
I enjoyed Jess and Alistair’s chemistry and felt that they both balanced out each other, even when the truth came to the surface. This is a fun, steamy, adventurous and full of passion. It easily kept my attention and when I wasn’t able to read it, I was thinking about what might happen next. Overall it is well written and very enjoyable to read! I give it a ★★★★ 1/2 out of 5 stars!!
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