This is Book #5 in the Clean Billionaire Fake Marriage Romance series. This paperback book will be delivered to the physical address you entered at checkout. For estimated shipping time based on your location, please scroll down and click on shipping.
A Snow White Sweet and Clean Romance Fairytale Retelling...
Billionaire Zach Stevenson, is handsome, confident and in great demand for his skills as a well known yacht designer and builder of boats all along the west coast.
He’s got almost everything he’s dreamed of, except the one thing he wants most: Walker’s Cove Marina.
There’s only one obstacle standing in his way: Great Grandfather’s will stipulates he must marry by his 27th birthday to receive his inheritance. He only has 3 weeks until the deadline.
Cassie White escaped life with her self-absorbed stepmother in Seattle, Washington to live with her dad’s brother, Doc White. It doesn’t take long for her to settle in, living and working with her uncle and his six friends at the edge of the small town of Paradise Lake.
Cassie feels safe in the large old Victorian cottage until suddenly one day, someone goes to great lengths to try to hurt her.
Now, she is afraid and desperate for help.
Will being forced together tear Zach and Cassie apart, or throw them towards true love?
If you like strong but wounded heroes and feisty but scarred heroines, you'll adore this love story. This is a marriage-of-convenience, second chance sweet romance with a happily ever after that's sure to make you fall in love all over again!
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Reviews for The Billionaire's Marriage Pledge:
***** "This is a wonderful billionaire romance. I love the story, and the whole fairy tale vibe! It is sweet and fun to read, and the characters are very endearing..." -Marianne
***** "Suspense, intrigue, betrayal and love. This book has it all. As the last book in the series, I thought there would be a lot of family repeat. But there is not. Great book. Loved it!" -Serina