Review: Hitched by Kendall Ryan
Title: Hitched (Imperfect Love Volume 1)
Author: Kendall Ryan
Publisher: Everafter Romance
Published: July 5, 2016
Paperback, 255 pages
SummaryMarry the girl I’ve had a crush on my whole life? Check.
Inherit a hundred-billion-dollar company? Check.
Produce an heir… Wait, what?
I have ninety days to knock up my brand-new fake wife. There’s only one problem—she hates my guts.
And in the fine print of the contract? The requirement that we produce an heir.
She can’t stand to be in the same room with me. Says she’ll never be in my bed.
But I’ve never backed down from a challenge and I’m not about to start now.
Mark my words—I’ll have her begging for me, and it won’t take ninety days.
On the heels of her smash hit and New York Times bestselling SCREWED series, Kendall Ryan brings you HITCHED, a romantic comedy that delivers heart and heat. A NYC playboy turned business mogul has ninety days to win over the woman he's always desired in order to save his father's company. One tiny problem: She hates his guts.
Kendall Ryan is known for her steamy-hot romances. She seems to know what her readers want and her latest novel, Hitched, is like a modern-day sexy fairy tale guaranteed to leave her readers wanting more.
This book is told through duel points of view: Noah and Olivia. Noah is a cocky, self-assured man. He's ready to take over his father's company, but there's just one problem. His father left a clause in his will. Noah and Olivia have to get married and produce a child in order for him to inherit his company.
Olivia is a confident workaholic. She doesn't have time for Noah or his playboy ways, but her dream has always been to run the company that her father and Noah's father had built together.
When these two character get together they can't deny the fireworks that they feel. However, Olivia has series doubts about Noah. Can Noah convince Olivia that he's the real deal in time to save their company?
It's hot this summer, and it's about to get hotter. Ryan's new series will leave you panting and in need of hydration. This book was a little predictable, but while reading you may experience increased daydreaming, character envy, and dissatisfaction until you can get your hands on volume two because it has a huge . . . cliffhanger. Read at your own risk.