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Summer agrees to a marriage-of-convenience with her best friend, Carter Wilson, in order to save the family business. But things don't go the way they're supposed to, and she ends up stuck with his obnoxious older brother instead. Now she's married to Lincoln, a man she doesn't even like. Everything about the marriage is wrong--except the way he makes her feel. Summer agrees to a marriage-of-convenience with her best friend, Carter Wilson, in order to save the family business. But things don't go the way they're supposed to, and she ends up stuck with his obnoxious older brother instead. Now she's married to Lincoln, a man she doesn't even like. Everything about the marriage is wrong--except the way he makes her feel.


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Summer agrees to a marriage-of-convenience with her best friend, Carter Wilson, in order to save the family business. But things don't go the way they're supposed to, and she ends up stuck with his obnoxious older brother instead. Now she's married to Lincoln, a man she doesn't even like. Everything about the marriage is wrong--except the way he makes her feel. Summer agrees to a marriage-of-convenience with her best friend, Carter Wilson, in order to save the family business. But things don't go the way they're supposed to, and she ends up stuck with his obnoxious older brother instead. Now she's married to Lincoln, a man she doesn't even like. Everything about the marriage is wrong--except the way he makes her feel.

30 review for Wrong Wedding

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sometime

    This was a really great marriage of convenience story. Summer is best friends with Carter, who she's always had a bit of a crush on. She didn't waste her life pining away, she's lived her life and had relationships, but always, in the back of her mind, she held out a small hope that one day he'd see her. Carter's older brother Lincoln confronts her about her crush and helps her realize that she's been living in her past teenage dream world and needs to move forward. (He's pretty brutally honest w This was a really great marriage of convenience story. Summer is best friends with Carter, who she's always had a bit of a crush on. She didn't waste her life pining away, she's lived her life and had relationships, but always, in the back of her mind, she held out a small hope that one day he'd see her. Carter's older brother Lincoln confronts her about her crush and helps her realize that she's been living in her past teenage dream world and needs to move forward. (He's pretty brutally honest with her, but it's what she needs). Strangely enough, it's Lincoln she has to marry to get money from her trust to help Carter's hotel business. And you can guess the rest. I found this book crazy romantic and loved every page. Something about the writing really drew me in and the angst was just mild enough to keep me reading without overwhelming me. Summer was a great h and she found a way to love Carter as a friend, and Lincoln as so much more. There is some drama near the end when we worry that they might not make it, but we get our HEA. Safety: (view spoiler)[ Neither virgins. H not a manwhore but he gets around. h has had several relationships. Some mild OW drama near the start when a girl the h went to high school with tells her that she used to be lovers with the H. when the h asks the H about it, he tells her that it was over 10 years ago and it was only 1 time and that it was a huge mistake. (the whole scene is over in less than a page). I can't help but wonder, that in this small town, the H hasn't slept with most of the available women, but luckily there is no other OW drama and no mentions of his past. Some OM drama as Carter sees the H/h together and finally realizes after his entire life, that he must be in love with Summer and he's crushed he lost out. Idiot. The H pushes the h away near the end but it all ends well. (hide spoiler)]

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carvanz

    I love a good marriage-of-convenience story and this one had a hero and heroine that I found myself rooting for from the very beginning. When Summer’s plan to marry her best friend in order to help him with a business acquisition fails, she finds herself married to his brother instead. She’s never been a fan of Lincoln with his smirks and his teasing ways, always trying to rile her up. But soon she’s struggling against the desire she’s experiencing even as she’s having fun while she banters with I love a good marriage-of-convenience story and this one had a hero and heroine that I found myself rooting for from the very beginning. When Summer’s plan to marry her best friend in order to help him with a business acquisition fails, she finds herself married to his brother instead. She’s never been a fan of Lincoln with his smirks and his teasing ways, always trying to rile her up. But soon she’s struggling against the desire she’s experiencing even as she’s having fun while she banters with her new husband. The dynamic between Lincoln and Summer was so fun. Lincoln knew just what buttons to push in order to stir her up and Summer gave him all the fiery response he was looking for. Their back and forth had me smiling throughout the book. This has a bit more angst and drama than usual for this author, but I was gobbling it up as quickly as I could. The chemistry between Lincoln and Summer was completely believable and evident even when Summer thought she hated him. I loved watching their relationship evolve into something more. Despite this being entirely in the heroine’s point of view, it was still easy enough to understand what the hero was feeling. Overall, this was a fast read with two amazing characters and enough conflict to make this marriage-of-convenience a pretty perfect read. Heroine POV Safe (view spoiler)[h not a virgin; H not a manwhore; no ow drama; om is h’s best friend who is H’s brother - h has had a crush on him for years with the lingering hope he would eventually want more but those feelings have changed - the om does cause problems between the h/H (hide spoiler)] Triggers (view spoiler)[no apparent triggers (hide spoiler)]

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline J

    A quick read. There was little conflict in this marriage of convenience story. The hero had loved the heroine for years and soon after the marriage the heroine fell in love. What little conflict there was revolved around the other brother finally being jealous after ignoring the heroine for 20 years. I found the hero likable enough but I kept expecting something more from him. He left home and the family business 10 or so years ago and has been a bar tender all this time. He's 34 or 35. I kept A quick read. There was little conflict in this marriage of convenience story. The hero had loved the heroine for years and soon after the marriage the heroine fell in love. What little conflict there was revolved around the other brother finally being jealous after ignoring the heroine for 20 years. I found the hero likable enough but I kept expecting something more from him. He left home and the family business 10 or so years ago and has been a bar tender all this time. He's 34 or 35. I kept expecting the author to tell us that he had bought the bar years ago and was a solid successful business owner. But no. Still a bartender after all these years. Nothing against bartenders in real life I just want my made up men to have a bit more ambition. Not dying to read the rest of the series but wouldn't be totally adverse to it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Irene Sim

    Another cute, marriage of convenience story by this author. I liked both the MC's and their chemistry was OTT. Another cute, marriage of convenience story by this author. I liked both the MC's and their chemistry was OTT.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mara

    A middle of the road Noelle Adams, but perfectly satisfying little read

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lorka

    Another great wonderful fun marriage-of-convenience from Noelle Adams. I love when her heroines are not too bitchy but more on the vulnerable side, as was the case in this story. The hero was a good match for her too, I loved how the hero would get protective and jealous, I loved watching them fall in love/admit their feelings. There is a bit of "I'm a sinner/I'm not worthy" and "What? What do you mean?" going back and forth, but the cute love story over rode any annoyance with that. I normally Another great wonderful fun marriage-of-convenience from Noelle Adams. I love when her heroines are not too bitchy but more on the vulnerable side, as was the case in this story. The hero was a good match for her too, I loved how the hero would get protective and jealous, I loved watching them fall in love/admit their feelings. There is a bit of "I'm a sinner/I'm not worthy" and "What? What do you mean?" going back and forth, but the cute love story over rode any annoyance with that. I normally read historical romance stories, I would LOVE to see Noelle write a few historicals!!! She is so awesome at doing marriage-of-convenience stories that are just the right amount of steaminess :)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sanzida Islam

    3.5 stars

  8. 5 out of 5

    RJ

    ok wow, i was not expecting to enjoy this series this much! 3/5 books have been 4 stars for me. the remaining 2 are not my cuppa so i'll be skipping. the series focuses on convenient marriages and they didn't feel repetitive at all. they're all from the h's POV which normally i wouldn't like but it's pretty easy to read the H's in the books so even though we're missing their POV we know exactly how they're feeling at all times. this book was a convenient marriage between the h and her guy bestfrie ok wow, i was not expecting to enjoy this series this much! 3/5 books have been 4 stars for me. the remaining 2 are not my cuppa so i'll be skipping. the series focuses on convenient marriages and they didn't feel repetitive at all. they're all from the h's POV which normally i wouldn't like but it's pretty easy to read the H's in the books so even though we're missing their POV we know exactly how they're feeling at all times. this book was a convenient marriage between the h and her guy bestfriend's brother who can be an ass. i really enjoyed both H/h and watching them grow closer. it was so obvious from the start how much H was into the h. safety: safe with exception. no one for either of them when the book starts but they've known each other since they were young and have been with others throughout the years. the H has always been into her but the h never thought of him that way. they barely had any interactions throughout the years as well so it wasn't like they had to see each other with others all the time. it worked for me b/c we didn't hear too much about their past and the fact that h wasn't into him until the present time.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Emily (Mrs B's Books)

    **My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review** In this book we get to see a little bit of Savannah and Carter from A Wedded Arrangement. Summer is a very sweet girl who has been very lonely all her life and has clung to her best friend Carter since he befriended her early on in school. His brother however has always been kinda mean to her. With the death of his father Carter is supposed to inherit the family business in which Summer will marry him for a few month **My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review** In this book we get to see a little bit of Savannah and Carter from A Wedded Arrangement. Summer is a very sweet girl who has been very lonely all her life and has clung to her best friend Carter since he befriended her early on in school. His brother however has always been kinda mean to her. With the death of his father Carter is supposed to inherit the family business in which Summer will marry him for a few months to inject some of her inheritance, due to a loop hole this is the only way, however the business gets left to Lincoln the brother with no interest instead. In a way i was expecting what happened to happen, but i loved how supportive Lincoln was when he was needed and that all three managed to find a balance and a happiness to get what they needed.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sandra R

    A lovely, feel good romance, that starts out as a marriage of convenience. The author writes beautifully in a simple, uncomplicated way that is easy to understand and appreciate. The characters are nicely drawn and this story is told from Summer's POV only. Ms Adams is very good at writing in this style, as she manages to convey her hero's emotions exceptionally well without using their POV too. There's a warm, fun epilogue that left me smiling. It can be read as a stand alone - Carter's story i A lovely, feel good romance, that starts out as a marriage of convenience. The author writes beautifully in a simple, uncomplicated way that is easy to understand and appreciate. The characters are nicely drawn and this story is told from Summer's POV only. Ms Adams is very good at writing in this style, as she manages to convey her hero's emotions exceptionally well without using their POV too. There's a warm, fun epilogue that left me smiling. It can be read as a stand alone - Carter's story is next, except I read it a few weeks ago. LOL. 💘

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    This was light and almost believable. I've been in a reading slump, and quick reads like this one are going to help me out of it. This was light and almost believable. I've been in a reading slump, and quick reads like this one are going to help me out of it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Louise Ryan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Another sweet story in this series. Summer and Lincoln were a great couple and the connection between them was obvious, as they bounced off each other throughout the book. This one was made slightly more complicated with Carter’s feelings and I hope he gets his HEA in a future book. This plot point added a different dynamic to the book and made some situations awkward but it was good to see it on the way towards resolution at the end. I enjoyed catching up with Savannah and Lance from the previo Another sweet story in this series. Summer and Lincoln were a great couple and the connection between them was obvious, as they bounced off each other throughout the book. This one was made slightly more complicated with Carter’s feelings and I hope he gets his HEA in a future book. This plot point added a different dynamic to the book and made some situations awkward but it was good to see it on the way towards resolution at the end. I enjoyed catching up with Savannah and Lance from the previous book and really liked this love story.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Asianbookworm.reads

    “𝘼 𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙛𝙡𝙞𝙘𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙧𝙚𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨𝙝𝙞𝙥 𝙙𝙞𝙙𝙣’𝙩 𝙢𝙚𝙖𝙣 𝙜𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙛 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙡𝙚𝙨𝙨𝙚𝙣𝙚𝙙. 𝙎𝙤𝙢𝙚𝙩𝙞𝙢𝙚𝙨 𝙞𝙩 𝙟𝙪𝙨𝙩 𝙢𝙖𝙙𝙚 𝙞𝙩 𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙣 𝙝𝙖𝙧𝙙𝙚𝙧.” This book was a fun, light, sexy quick read that I honestly had to skip few pages from too much sexiness. Hahaha. No offense but I'm still trying to recover from my previous bookhangover. Talk about heavy drama and major plot twists. (*Deep Sigh*) Lincoln and Summer's characters were likeable and I enjoyed their few banters from the beginning 'til the end. I love that there weren't huge dark horrible “𝘼 𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙛𝙡𝙞𝙘𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙧𝙚𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨𝙝𝙞𝙥 𝙙𝙞𝙙𝙣’𝙩 𝙢𝙚𝙖𝙣 𝙜𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙛 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙡𝙚𝙨𝙨𝙚𝙣𝙚𝙙. 𝙎𝙤𝙢𝙚𝙩𝙞𝙢𝙚𝙨 𝙞𝙩 𝙟𝙪𝙨𝙩 𝙢𝙖𝙙𝙚 𝙞𝙩 𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙣 𝙝𝙖𝙧𝙙𝙚𝙧.” This book was a fun, light, sexy quick read that I honestly had to skip few pages from too much sexiness. Hahaha. No offense but I'm still trying to recover from my previous bookhangover. Talk about heavy drama and major plot twists. (*Deep Sigh*) Lincoln and Summer's characters were likeable and I enjoyed their few banters from the beginning 'til the end. I love that there weren't huge dark horrible secrets/pasts that the characters had to deal with in the story. I think if you are looking for a light read and don’t mind the repetitiveness of the romance genre that is obviously displayed in this series then you would probably enjoy this one like me. While the chemistry was written into the story like it's almost being told they're attracted to each other, it seems to be lacking and I didn't actually feel the connection between the characters. My reasoning for not enjoying this one has nothing to do with a poor writing style or a badly written book. In fact this fourth book is well written, and I really enjoyed Noelle Adam's great writing style. However for some reason it just didn't have me sold unlike the previous books which were definitely all five stars for me. Despite it's predictability and cheesiness, I would still recommend this book to adult readers. Just because the book didn't appeal to me in no way implies it will not appeal to you. Anyway I will most likely read the next book in this series (Carter's Book) which won't come out until October. So if you are looking for a light read then you would probably enjoy this one.

  14. 4 out of 5

    J.Bautista

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I really wanted to like this book. I like the character of Summer so it was a good start. I couldn't really put a finger on who Lincoln really way, though. At first, he's portrayed as a bad boy, maybe the black sheep of the family. It also seemed to allude to him being a player. However, none of those descriptions really followed into the book. He was suddenly sweet and tender to Summer when at first he was an asshole. I just couldn't follow the transition which made it very confusing to me as t I really wanted to like this book. I like the character of Summer so it was a good start. I couldn't really put a finger on who Lincoln really way, though. At first, he's portrayed as a bad boy, maybe the black sheep of the family. It also seemed to allude to him being a player. However, none of those descriptions really followed into the book. He was suddenly sweet and tender to Summer when at first he was an asshole. I just couldn't follow the transition which made it very confusing to me as to who he really was. The book was very predictable in many ways. Of course they end up sleeping together and that seems to be what deepens their relationship. Carter having feelings for Summer was also not a big surprise. The author tried to make it this big secret that no one was telling Summer but it was so predictable that I could already tell where it was leading. In the beginning, you could kind of tell that maybe Lincoln has had feelings for Summer for years. However, that angle wasn't really developed in the story aside from others telling Summer that they've noticed it. All in all, it was just an okay read. I'm glad it wasn't a long book because it definitely started dragging towards the middle. I don't think is a book I would recommend to anyone to spend their time on.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tirza

    Unfortunately, this one wasn’t for me. Maybe I should’ve known it by the book description, but I liked Carter a lot better than his brother Lincoln. Lincoln seemed like an arrogant, cold and rude jerk, and while I understand he was made to look that way in the beginning of the story, I just can’t understand why Summer would have any attraction to him at all. That’s something that bothers me in romance novels, how the female heroine can still feel an attraction for somebody she hates. When female Unfortunately, this one wasn’t for me. Maybe I should’ve known it by the book description, but I liked Carter a lot better than his brother Lincoln. Lincoln seemed like an arrogant, cold and rude jerk, and while I understand he was made to look that way in the beginning of the story, I just can’t understand why Summer would have any attraction to him at all. That’s something that bothers me in romance novels, how the female heroine can still feel an attraction for somebody she hates. When female characters do that, I always get the feeling it is not realistic, but maybe that’s because I could never feel that way. I think Summer is quite strong female character, but around Lincoln she seems completely overtaken by her hormones, and when characters do that, it is a turn off for me. I’m glad Lincoln turned out to be less of a bad boy that he seemed to be at first, but that aspect of the story still annoyed me while I was reading it. His behavior is clearly written as a shield to protect himself from showing any vulnerability, but it’s quite a cliché. Lincoln does make quite a fun bad guy, though. I did enjoy reading his insults and witty comments. But Summer feels too emotional and slightly silly because of her infatuation with both brothers. I like the fact that Lincoln called her out on her hopeless crush on Carter. I guess Summer resembles the “damsel in distress”-type character for me. The whole set-up for the marriage is too convoluted in my opinion. That said, I feel sorry for Carter. I hope he gets his own book, because the guy definitely deserves a happy ending. I think I would like that book better. This story was a little bit dragged down by its heavier parts, and I usually like something a little bit lighter when reading a book by this author when she writes about arranged marriages. It wasn’t a bad book, in this series I prefer the other novels, however.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jean

    Summer and Carter have been friends for many years and Summer agrees to marry Carter to save his family business, but things do not go as planned and she ends up marrying Lincoln instead, but Summer and Lincoln have always constantly argued and they can't stand each other. Then everything changes and the situation gets very complicated. Where will it all end and who will suffer the most. There are so many twists and turns along with so many emotions that makes this an amazing book. Noelle is an Summer and Carter have been friends for many years and Summer agrees to marry Carter to save his family business, but things do not go as planned and she ends up marrying Lincoln instead, but Summer and Lincoln have always constantly argued and they can't stand each other. Then everything changes and the situation gets very complicated. Where will it all end and who will suffer the most. There are so many twists and turns along with so many emotions that makes this an amazing book. Noelle is an incredible author and talented writer and I have read nearly every one of her books and I have truly loved every single one of them. This book is a page turner because you need to know what will happen next. I definitely recommend you read this book, series and others by Noelle and you will definitely not be disappointed. I Voluntarily Reviewed an ARC Copy Of This Book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Wannamaker

    She was marrying Carter to help him with his family business, that was the rules for her to get the investment to help... Or so they thought. One clause changed it all. Carter was her best friend and they'd been childhood friends too. He was everything to her, even with his teasing older brother Lincoln. She didn't really know Lincoln even though he'd been around for years. Well this clause was going to change things. This book was a great read, passion, steamy chemistry, best friends, enemies, and She was marrying Carter to help him with his family business, that was the rules for her to get the investment to help... Or so they thought. One clause changed it all. Carter was her best friend and they'd been childhood friends too. He was everything to her, even with his teasing older brother Lincoln. She didn't really know Lincoln even though he'd been around for years. Well this clause was going to change things. This book was a great read, passion, steamy chemistry, best friends, enemies, and a marriage of convenience to kick it off. Lincoln makes a great enemies to lovers hero. Carter took the biggest hit in this book so I really hope he gets his time to shine with his own hea, especially when he lost two hearts. *I received this arc directly from the author in exchange for my honest opinion. I easily give it

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ana Paula

    This series Conveniet Marriages is great because through this trope Noelle Adams can deliver beautiful stories and as always they balance emotions and sexy scenes making it more real. This time it is about a love triangle and it is what makes the book more interesting... Summer, Logan and Carter are kind of lost and their dynamic (Summer and Carter best friends and Logan the odd man out) is that the key ingredient for this book and its characters. I don't want to give too much because the book is This series Conveniet Marriages is great because through this trope Noelle Adams can deliver beautiful stories and as always they balance emotions and sexy scenes making it more real. This time it is about a love triangle and it is what makes the book more interesting... Summer, Logan and Carter are kind of lost and their dynamic (Summer and Carter best friends and Logan the odd man out) is that the key ingredient for this book and its characters. I don't want to give too much because the book is so good (and it is almost a novella, it is not too big) that you will want to read it at once without putting it down. Noelle Adams is always surprising the reader with her stories and this one is great!!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Maree Repa

    Five Amazing Stars Which Brother? I was absolutely thrilled to receive book four, Convenient Marriages written by the amazing author, Noelle Adams. I have just so much enjoyed this marvellous series so much. Such a wonderful , exciting magnificent series of all!! When Summer finally admits to marriage with her closest friend, Carter Wilson. She was still hoping this wedding will still help her her families candy business. Now unable to marry her friend she is is is forced to agree with his older b Five Amazing Stars Which Brother? I was absolutely thrilled to receive book four, Convenient Marriages written by the amazing author, Noelle Adams. I have just so much enjoyed this marvellous series so much. Such a wonderful , exciting magnificent series of all!! When Summer finally admits to marriage with her closest friend, Carter Wilson. She was still hoping this wedding will still help her her families candy business. Now unable to marry her friend she is is is forced to agree with his older brother, Lincoln. So at least she will not lose her inheritance. Lincoln was now the only man she felt she trust and marry. * What’s ahead for these two characters? I completely enjoyed this most wonderful and exciting book. Such a fantastic and most excellent tale too. I completely adore these wonderful characters. Just an incredible romantic adventure for them both!! Congratulations Noelle Adams! * I recommend this book to everyone!!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Oxier

    Summer agrees to a marriage of convenience with her best friend, Carter. Only things don't go as planned and she ends up married to his brother instead. Sparks fly. There's a definite attraction between them, an attraction they both try to deny. What started out so simple suddenly becomes very complicated as neither wants the marriage to end. I love this author. I'm never disappointed in her work. Definitely recommend! Summer agrees to a marriage of convenience with her best friend, Carter. Only things don't go as planned and she ends up married to his brother instead. Sparks fly. There's a definite attraction between them, an attraction they both try to deny. What started out so simple suddenly becomes very complicated as neither wants the marriage to end. I love this author. I'm never disappointed in her work. Definitely recommend!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dee

    Easy breezy read Written in third person pov or was it second either way both are not my favorite Summer only heir to a huge fortune agreed to marry her best friend Carson to help him get his family business out of debt.. but when Carson's dad leaves the business to his older brother Lincoln . Summer still goes along with the plan but to her surprise Lincoln sees her differently not as the girl who saved the family business but a girl who is his forever. Easy breezy read Written in third person pov or was it second either way both are not my favorite Summer only heir to a huge fortune agreed to marry her best friend Carson to help him get his family business out of debt.. but when Carson's dad leaves the business to his older brother Lincoln . Summer still goes along with the plan but to her surprise Lincoln sees her differently not as the girl who saved the family business but a girl who is his forever.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Deanna

    Steamy, love triangle. Who will she pick Well Noelle does it again with this book. She knows just how to weave a story that keeps you turning pages. I must admit I’m not one for love triangles, but she did this one so good it was hard not to be impressed. An interesting love triangle that has you wondering what will be the ultimate outcome.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Katie Miller

    Heartwarming and sometimes even a little hotter. 😉 This was a phenomenal read - absolutely adorable romance between two characters and the occasional steamy action. Altogether, I would recommend this book to anyone who’s a fan of love and romance books. Makes you feel all your emotions in the best way possible.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Graylark

    This could have been better. I feel like the conflict that was revealed at the end was stupid and rather insulting to the heroine. (view spoiler)[ As though the heroine were a trophy that could be passed around without her consent. It also made Carter look like a dog in the manger, and I disliked him there for it. Also disliked Lincoln for his dumb decision. (hide spoiler)] This could have been better. I feel like the conflict that was revealed at the end was stupid and rather insulting to the heroine. (view spoiler)[ As though the heroine were a trophy that could be passed around without her consent. It also made Carter look like a dog in the manger, and I disliked him there for it. Also disliked Lincoln for his dumb decision. (hide spoiler)]

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Johnson

    Summer is supposed to marry her friend Carter to save the family business, but when it comes time to walk down the aisle, Carter can't do it. His brother Lincoln steps up and takes his place. Only problem is, Summer can't stand Lincoln. Since childhood he has always teased her. But...they make it work :) Summer is supposed to marry her friend Carter to save the family business, but when it comes time to walk down the aisle, Carter can't do it. His brother Lincoln steps up and takes his place. Only problem is, Summer can't stand Lincoln. Since childhood he has always teased her. But...they make it work :)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    I loved how Summer and Lincoln's relationship evolved. Carter was a bit pathetic but he redeemed himself in the end. There are a few things I would have liked to be different but I thoroughly enjoyed the book just the same. I loved how Summer and Lincoln's relationship evolved. Carter was a bit pathetic but he redeemed himself in the end. There are a few things I would have liked to be different but I thoroughly enjoyed the book just the same.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Leyns

    Nice! I enjoyed this read. I liked how the descriptions of the hero made me think he was feeling more than he let on. I liked how the heroine pushed him, she didn’t just back down when things got hard, she fought for her happiness. I enjoyed the characters and the storyline.

  28. 4 out of 5

    judy gardner

    Heartwarming Romance This was a very enjoyable storyline with exceptional storytelling and interesting characters. I enjoyed the pace of this book and how the author developed the romance between the two main characters.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Deepa

    Loved it. Summer and Lincoln made a really good pair. Lincoln is a little nasty, a little sarcastic and Summer is completely open. No layers nothing hidden. Just says what she wants. It was a nice book completely enjoyable. Very good chemistry. Very nice characters.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Debra

    Opposites attract Carter and Summer are complete opposites. She's best friends with his brother and that's where the adventure really begins. I love how nothing is straight forward with these two and how they both try to deny their feelings. Love it! Opposites attract Carter and Summer are complete opposites. She's best friends with his brother and that's where the adventure really begins. I love how nothing is straight forward with these two and how they both try to deny their feelings. Love it!

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