Noah is the CEO of a multi million dollar company and finds himself with a huge problem, he only has one week left on his visa. The solution? A fake marriage of convenience. The man he asks is Dylan an IT guy who works in Noah’s company. The two got together for the night at the Christmas party and so Noah knows there is interest there on both sides. Dylan meanwhile desperately needs money to help his Mum out with her huge medical bills and so a fake marriage is perfect if it comes with a lump sum payment up front.
While I really enjoyed the book, and the characters were well fleshed out in a book this length, I feel that if the story had been longer we could have learned more about them and it could have felt a bit more real and a bit less rushed. Still, I enjoyed the story and am looking forward to the next in the series.
The basic plot was good but the only character that felt even remotely real was the best friend. I can't exactly work out why but the dialogue was awkward. They sounded too cheerful and perhaps a little formal. There was plenty of moments the could have really added emotional depth but the characters never really seemed to feel things properly. Basically their emotions were talked about but not projected. Even at moments of real drama I felt no empathy for the characters, that's not normal for me. Overall it was a disappointing book.
Marriage Proposal is a marriage of convenience story. CEO Noah is a Canadian living and working in the USA. What do you do when you think your visa expires in 1 week?? You marry an American! Dylan is an IT employed at Noah's company. Dylan agrees to marry Noah in exchange for money to help his mother keep her home. Although the story line for this book is predictable, the book was well written and hot!