Mondays are always better with the new releases from Entangled! Excited to share Wynter Daniels’ The Surrogate Husband
YWild child lingerie store owner Lucy Hamilton is a happily confirmed bachelorette. As far as she’s concerned, men are something best enjoyed in small doses, never to be allowed too close. Then Lucy’s mother tells her Aunt Bev that Lucy has eloped and is married—a tiny lie only meant to appease the dying woman…until Aunt Bev miraculously recovers. Now Lucy needs to find a “husband” for an upcoming family wedding, and fast.
Fortunately, Lucy’s ridiculously hot, ridiculously straitlaced new accountant Dex Levian is willing to be her stand-in spouse for the weekend. And that’s when the trouble really begins. For starters, Dex’s “involvement” with a client―no matter how irresistible―might ruin a merger he hopes will make his career. Worse still, the chemistry between Dex and Lucy is more than convincing―it’s sizzling. But for Lucy, falling for her fake new husband is the most dangerous thing she can do..
The Surrogate Husband is a sweet and funny book. I love the premise of two people being attracted to one another before they even meet in person. There is also the zany family element that gives the story it is engine.
Lucy and Dex are each other’s opposite – therefore perfect for each other. I like each of them for those differences. But overall — both were successful in their professional lives, loyal to their families and had hurt in their pasts that would continue to impact their futures. So, again – they were perfect for each other.
On the surface, Lucy was a fortress and didn’t let anyone, outside of her family in her heart. Dex was the perfect foil for her in every way. Though I found her frustrating at times, the plotline helped the reader empathize with Lucy that much more.
Dex. He was damn near perfect. Honorable. Caring. Loyal. A good soon. Heroic. Shall I go on? I really liked him — he was the most sympathetic character in the story. He really was a good person who had his own heartbreak, but was willing to take a chance with Lucy.
I loved Lucy and Dex together because of Dex. He made her more sympathetic. As Lucy and Dex grew more companionable, he helped her knocked out her self-doubt and the fears she had been carrying around since childhood.
I liked The Surrogate Husband a lot. It is fun, but also nice love story. Looking forward to reading more from Wynter Daniels.