Four classic marriage of convenience stories – No cliffhangers
Are they divorced… or are they not?
Dana Mulholland and Zeke Ferris were very young when they married and – predictably – almost immediately split up.
Except there seems to have been a tiny little hitch in the paperwork, and six years later they discover they may not be divorced after all.
The Husband Sweepstakes
Erika Forrester is the CEO of Lovelady Cosmetics and the public face of the company – and the tabloids adore using her for fodder.With a slightly scandalous broken engagement already in her past, Erika needs a husband.
Amos Abernathy took a job as the new concierge at Erika’s luxury apartment building because of the cheap living arrangements and free time to finish writing his book. Moving up to the penthouse means he has only one resident to cater to. But she’s a handful – or perhaps a better term is armful – and figuring out Erika may be a full-time occupation.
Bride by Design
Eve Birmingham is devoted to the famous jewelry company called Birmingham on State, but she didn’t inherit the genes that would let her create marvelous jewelry – and with the pending retirement of her grandfather, Birmingham on State must have a new designer.
David Spurgeon is young, skilled, gifted, visionary… and poor enough that he’s willing to accept a bargain to join not only the family firm, but the family.
The Husband Project
Alison Novak is desperate to have a baby, but she doesn’t want a husband. When Dr. Logan Kavanaugh offers help, she’s willing to listen. As a single doctor in an OB-GYN practice, Logan has to walk a careful line with both his patients and his partners, who really, really wish he was married. Logan proposes a marriage of convenience, to last just until he can find a new job — and he’ll make sure Alison gets her baby.