Beth Bradley catches CIA agent Alex Tanner breaking into her ex’s car and blackmails him into posing as her boyfriend. Then she sees her best friend’s uncle having a meeting with another person and now someone wants her dead and Alex has to keep her alive to find a traitor.
I did like the characters and there were some pretty interesting moments like when Beth’s family thought Alex was a man whore. I really felt for Beth but make up a boyfriend was definitely a Junior High move and really just snow balled from there on her. I think the best part of the entire story may have been the bedroom scenes and they were not that steamy but still the best part.
First I have to say please rename this book because The Wedding Trap does NOT fit the story line in anyway. Yeah there is a wedding party but it is a wedding for Beth’s best friend and there is no trap involved so it really just doesn’t suit the story line. And that now brings me to the second issue, after changing the name please edit because one or two mistakes no big deal even three or four can get you a three star rating but ten plus edits only bombs the story.
Book Cover Rating
The best part of The Wedding Trap is the cover
Beth Bradley has a problem. Everyone is expecting her successful music executive boyfriend, Charlie, to be her date for her best friend’s wedding. There’s one hitch: Charlie doesn’t exist. Unless she can think of something fast, she’s headed for the most humiliating weekend of her life.
Alex Tanner has a problem. The former Navy SEAL’s search for a double agent lands him at the Kensington Hotel, and he needs a cover to finish the job. When the sexy maid of honor blackmails him into pretending to be her lover, he thinks he’s been handed the solution.
Except Beth has a way of stumbling into trouble, and when the man Alex is hunting starts targeting Beth, Alex has to decide between solving the mystery or protecting the woman who has stolen his heart.
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