He’ll pay for the wedding –if Kara steps in to be the bride
When Jax Montgomery’s fiancée confronts him, stomps out, cancels the wedding, and refuses to pay the bills, wedding planner Kara Schuyler is left holding the bag. Worse, all her contractors and suppliers are stuck. Some of them are even worse off than Kara is, and she feels responsible.
Jax is known as the Sun King – the man who figured out how to sell sunshine – and he can certainly afford to pick up the tab. But too late, Kara realizes she’s only dealt with the would-be bride. Not only did Jax never sign a contract, she has never met the groom.
Or, rather, she doesn’t remember meeting him. But Jax remembers, and he’s not about to let Kara forget that long-ago summer when she was a snooty teenager lounging by the Century Club’s pool and sending Jax – the golf caddy and go-fer – to get her lemonade.
He offers a bargain. He’ll pay for the wedding as long as he gets a wedding – even if that means the wedding planner has to step into the bride’s stilettos.
But what does Jax really want? To make his fiancée jealous and win her back? Or to get his revenge on Kara?
It must be one or the other… or maybe a little of both… because he can’t be serious about marrying Kara.