Sunday, August 26, 2012

Review: THE MARRIAGE BARGAIN by Sandra Edwards


5 of 5 stars


I've read quite a few stories by Sandra Edwards and have enjoyed them all. She has a wonderful way with romance creating tension, heartache and attractions that sizzle. 





In "The Marriage Bargain" she crafts a story with her own unique flair that keep you turning the pages. I could feel Camille's angst as she refuses to compromise her morals when her boss wants her to accept a marriage proposal and write a tell-all expose on millionaire Julian de Laurent. Her boss does not agree with Camille's moral high road when she refuses the assignment and fires the journalist. She also threatens to blackmail her name throughout the industry leaving Camille financially destitute. With no job prospects in sight, she is forced to accept Julian's proposal to pose as his wife for six months. She'll get paid for her acting and Julian will get his father off his back about marrying.




While this is a story that has been done before, it has not had the "Sandra Edwards" treatment. She has livened up the story with a cast of memorable characters that make the story work especially Camille's best friend. If you're looking for a romance that will leave you with a smile on your face, be sure to pick up "The Marriage Bargain."