Book Scavenger Hunt 2020-01-03
Happy New Year!
My one-night-stand wants me to pose as his queen.
He’s insufferable. Cocky. And hotter than sin itself.
I’ll say yes—to get my family out of debt. Then I’m gone.
But I’m pregnant with two heirs to the throne.
And this king-size lie is starting to feel real.
I never wanted to be king—and I never planned on having a wife.
But my big brother abdicated, and this playboy prince is stuck with the job.
There are a thousand airbrushed duchesses knocking on my door,
But I’ve got a different kind of woman in mind.
Norah’s wild, loud-mouthed, and American.
Everything about her turns me on.
It's a marriage of convenience. A fake wife for a real king.
That’s what I told her.
She says she hates me, but her body tells a different story when I get her behind closed doors.
With each taste of her luscious lips, each sassy turn of her hips, I want her even more.
Not just for now. Forever.
When a man shows up at my coronation, telling me he owns her—
He’s going to be sorry he ever stepped foot in my kingdom.
Norah is my queen.
And I’ll be d@mned if I let anyone else get their hands on her.
I’ll sacrifice everything to protect her, even if she is the most royal pain I’ve ever met.
When it comes to family, truth matters.
For Vincent Gallo, family is everything. It’s the one thing he and the Lovellys have always seen eye to eye on. And when it comes to saving his half-brothers from their abusive mom, he’s determined to do anything—even be indebted to a Lovelly.
But the second Ivy Rose bumps into him, she’s all he can think about. Mesmerizing, gorgeous, and seemingly mute, it’s not until he gets home that he realizes, she’s a Lovelly, too. Suddenly, he understands what drew Ace and Jessica to the Lovellys. But as a long-lost half-sister, Ivy’s life hasn’t seen the privilege bestowed upon her brothers. In fact, in some ways, it mirrors Vincent’s own.
With his half-brothers’ future at stake, can he really afford to let his heart win? Or is falling for Ivy Rose a distraction that’ll cost him everything?