Thursday, June 28, 2012

The Officer Says "I Do" by Jeanette Murray

Honor Bound ( The Officer Says "I do" ) is a fun and spunky romance about how opposites attract and learning what it means to be married without losing site of yourself. 

Tim is a straight-laced play it by the rules marine and Skye if a free spirit raised on a commune with her hippie parents. When Tim and his buddies are on leave in Vegas, he meets Skye and there are instant sparks. A few drinks and a couple hours later they are hitched and have already consummated their marriage. But when Skye wakes up the next morning to find Tim gone she can't believe what has happened. Convinced fate has brought them together she is determined to not give up that easy. She hunts Tim down only to find he doesn't even remember they were married. Then something crazy happens... instead of getting the marriage annulled they decide to give it a trial run to see how things go. They definitely can't keep their hands off each other but is it enough to keep a marriage intact? Especially when Skye feels constant pressure to play the role of perfect wife? The story that ensues is intuitive and funny and reminds us that being true to ourselves is an important aspect of life. Not to mention finding someone who loves you for exactly who you are.

I really enjoyed this book I thought it was fun and charming. Some of the romance scenes were so hot they had me sweating. I think anyone who enjoys a great romantic comedy with some hot bedroom action will definitely enjoy this one. Especially those who like a man in uniform ;) 

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  April

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