Little White Lies (Crimson Romance) by R.C. Matthews
When attorney Madalyn Russell dumps her fiancé at the altar, she temporarily escapes the scrutiny of her friends and family on her honeymoon cruise. Too bad she forgot she is assigned to dine at the “newlywed” table on the fully booked cruise. Goodbye exquisite cuisine, hello standard buffet fare. Nothing will tempt her to enter that lion’s den. Or so she thinks.
When the board of directors orders devilishly handsome Royce Spencer to seek rest alone on a cruise, he sets his sights on Madalyn and offers a deliciously indecent proposal to her dining room dilemma. He’ll pose as her husband in exchange for companionship during the cruise. Royce is a gifted liar with a great sense of humor that has everyone at the newlywed table laughing and no one suspecting the truth.
Is the opportunity to enjoy all the ship has to offer worth the little white lies they'll have to tell? What is it about Royce that makes Madalyn want to engage in a fling at the age of thirty for the first time in her life and toss her tightly held beliefs overboard? The whirlwind love affair catches them both by surprise. Is it possible that in the midst of all the little white lies, they will each discover their soul mate? And when Royce is accused of white-collar crime with Madalyn as his key witness, will Madalyn finally learn that life is not always as black and white as it seems?
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June 14, 2014
This review is from: Little White Lies (Crimson Romance) (Kindle Edition)
This was a wonderful story! I loved it! The plot was interesting, kept me reading and turning the pages! The characters were amazing. This is how a real fling is supposed to be, yes, with the perks of something more! The sex was hot,but could have used a little more steam. There were parts that it sort of was just implied. The whole cruise part, was fantastic, from the details of the dining, to the comedy show. The love was real and it's a wonderful story. Each character really melted together in a perfect way to form a great book. I think I need to book a cruise myself now!