Cleaning up after playboy Paxton deBraun is a full time job.
His family is worth billions. They are the elite. They influence politicians. They’re the power behind the power. Paxton is their golden child, wealthy in his own right, a rising star in Washington DC’s political scene…a 21st century Jay Gatsby, prone to throwing lavish, expensive, wild, and destructive parties.
I’m a housekeeper at a hotel owned by his mother, Camilla deBraun, and I’m sent in to clean up after such a party.
What I wasn’t expecting was to find Paxton naked in his bed, passed out and breathtaking even hungover.
Even more unexpected is the proposal bombshell he drops on me: Marry him.
A man I met once, a golden god, richer than belief, gorgeous beyond comprehension, and arrogant beyond fathom.
Me, a hotel maid working three jobs to make ends meet…Marry him.
It’s supposed to be fake, more of a business agreement than marriage proposal.
Only…it turns out there’s more to this sexy billionaire than meets the eye.
Review by Nancy
I’ve got to say that this book surprised me! It seemed like a far-fetched story, but the character development made it work! Paxton is arrogant, selfish, entitled, and hot as hell. Makayla is a very strong person in a tough situation. She’s working 3 jobs so she can take care of her mother who has MS. Paxton has a terrible reputation as a play boy. His mother gives him an ultimatum to get married in 4 months or she will cut him off. He gets a wild hair and chooses Makayla. Every time I picked up this book I read more than I planned. It’s that good. Makayla doesn’t realize it, but she’s gorgeous. At one point Paxtion says she’s the most beautiful woman he’s ever desired. (Or something to that effect.) This is a slow-burn romance with some steamy scenes. Romance readers are sure to love this and hopefully become fans of Jasinda Wilder along the way. (I am!!) This book moved me to tears and that takes some doing. Married in Michigan was fantastic! 5 stars