Married To My Enemy by Vivian Wood
This steamy enemies to lovers story is full of white-hot romance: drunken Vegas weddings, heated words that turn into seductive whispers, and a love that blooms in the most unexpected place…
To love, honor, and disobey.
I didn’t mean to marry Luca Leone one drunken night.
He may be the hottest guy I know, but he’s still a total jerk.
His sly smile, his massive height, and his muscular body just don’t make up for how cruel he can be.
Once our drunken haze wears off, he has a proposition for me.
Stay married for two months, just until his ex’s wedding.
And he offers something I really need: ten thousand dollars to save my family home.
The only issue is that I’m forced to spend time with him, at his house and at his bar, often late into the night.
Soon our feisty arguments turn into the hottest hookups of my life.
I can’t resist him. Once I get past his prickly exterior, Luca is just plain smoking hot.
We are both hung up on our mutual pasts, not ready for the flame growing between us.
But we are about to come face to face with the fire we’ve ignited…
Title: Married to my Enemy
Author: Vivian Wood
Publication Date: January 23rd, 2020
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (294 pages)
This is my first read of Vivian Wood’s books and I feel like I might read some more.
Married to my Enemy was a light read for me, an easy evening that was happily spent with an enemy to romance novel.
Although I have some inconsistencies with some of the rich vs poor details, I overlooked it and enjoyed it fully. I guess being used to these rich billionaires, Luca was a mix between them.
I don’t understand when you’re a rich guy, but work as if that’s your only job and you pay 5000 buck to keep your enemy to pretend to be your wife, when you know she’s struggling to pay a lot of student debt????
Apart from this….
I usually focus on the story and for me to raise some concerns, the books need to have some major ones.
I had some issues though, but that was about Luca Leone and how pinned he was with his ex, that she dumped him earlier before the famous Vegas trip that had him coming back with his enemy as his wife. But then again, this was a plot-based idea for him to continue the accidental marriage.
Luca and Cate were so different, but they craved the same things. Having said that, it was fun to see they connect and find common ground.
At the end of the book we see a small intro into the next book, and it’s about Luna, Cate’s best friend and Luca’s sister. And THAT I am willing to read as well.