Waking Up Married
by Mira Lyn Kelly
Megan had a plan and love was not part of it.
Connor wanted a wife without love complicating things.
Together, they make the perfect couple.
If only they hadn't figured this out on a drunken night in Vegas. If only they hadn't gotten married that night. If only Megan didn't remember a thing about it. If only Connor wasn't refusing to grant her a divorce.
So now Megan needs to convince Connor to let her get back to her plan and Connor needs to convince Megan that she can have her plan and have a husband, too.
Final thoughts: Cotton candy book from Harlequin. It's a new book in their new romance series that's formulaic and sometimes dull. He's uber-handsome, yet business minded; love isn't in the picture even though it's right there in front of him. She's super-pretty, yet lacks self-esteem and thinks that men will never be able to live up to her dreams even though Connor is everything she's ever wanted. They have the same conversations over and over again, which is a problem, but there's still a certain chemistry. This is a book to read when you don't want to have to use your brain much and just need a little escapism to make your day.