They’re headed for disaster in a race against love.
Racecar driver Stone Adams likes fast women and faster cars, but his playboy lifestyle isn’t making his sponsor happy. In an attempt to please the money man, Stone marries a woman in Vegas. But when he shows up at his new bride’s house, he discovers she has a fiance she neglected to mention before their quickie wedding–and a younger sister who finds the whole situation hilarious.
Grace Cromwell has always been the one to bail her big sister out of scrapes and jams. This time she doesn’t want to be the scapegoat. But a photo of Grace and Stone ends up splashed across the front page of the newspaper and she’s mistaken for his wife, so she doesn’t have much choice.
When Grace agrees to play the part of Stone’s wife in public, they both have a hard time remembering it’s all a charade.
A Lyrical Press Contemporary Romance
Stone a sexy as hell Race car driver gets way more than he bargained for when he got married. I thought the story was cute, I enjoyed the spoiled brat of a sister Divina (well not enjoyed) but laughed at her. I loved Grace she's sweet, a sucker to help her sister and loves her family and is a bit of a home body. Stone I loved his arrogance but mostly his sweet and tender side. I thought the story was very comical in parts and romantic in others. I enjoyed the banter and longing between the two main characters. Very sweet read, I thought the author wrote a sweet and romantic and funny read. Whats up with that wimpy fiance of Divinia, lol. 4 stars