The Prenup by Lauren Layne
Ten years ago, I married my brother’s best friend. I haven’t seen him since. Until now …
Charlotte Spencer grew up on the blue-blooded Upper East Side of Manhattan but she never wanted the sit-still-look-pretty future her parents dictated for her. Enter Colin Walsh, her brother’s quiet, brooding best friend, and with him a chance to pursue her dreams. One courthouse wedding later, Charlotte’s inheritance is hers to start a business in San Francisco and Irish-born Colin has a Green Card.
Ten years later, they’re happily married. On different coasts. With separate lives. In fact, she hasn’t even seen Colin in a decade, and that’s just fine by her.
But fate throws her a curveball when her husband calls her back to New York, and she realize the boy she’s married is long gone. In his place is a shockingly appealing man … who wants a divorce. The problem? The terms of their prenup arrangement state that before either can file for separation, they have to live under the same roof for three months.
Now, in order to get divorced, they have to pretend to be married. For real …
Title: The Prenup
Author: Lauren Layne
Publication Date: July 9th, 2019
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (254 pages)
So, I was looking through the books coming out today and as soon as I read the blurb, I picked it up immediately. I loved The Proposal, so there’s a lot of that vibe going on.
I looove this one, and my only single complaint is that I wanted Colin’s POV too. Damn…
Charlotte has been married for a decade to Colin, because they both beneficiated at that time, so a marriage of convenience seemed fit. I knew the moment he called to ask her for divorce that there was another woman in the picture. The only catch is that they need to live together 3 months before filing for divorce.
Now this is where things get complicated and life gets in the way, or let’s say love gets in the way.
Did I mention that Colin is one hot Irish, hot man? Or that the Immigration authorities are investigating their marriage?
This book was what I needed in this moment. I have read it in one sitting and am enjoying the thrill of reading good damn books! I always feel this was after having a week of good books!
Lauren Layne is one of the authors in my radar, and I often read her books.