Part romantic comedy, part whodunit, a whole lot of fun. Complete novel version–no cliffhangers.
Billionaires don’t date real women like Jada … they marry them.
Jada Howarth doesn’t believe in fantasies, unlike her sister who dreams of being swept into happily-ever-after in the sculpted arms of a handsome billionaire. Jada knows the truth, that rich men want supermodels, actresses and heiresses. They don’t want women from small towns with smaller bank accounts, women who lead normal, ordinary lives like Jada.
Then the day arrives when Jada awakes to find a swarm of reporters outside her house. They want the scoop on her secret marriage to Ian Buckley, one of the wealthiest, most sought-after bachelors in the country. Jada is dumbfounded. She has no idea what they’re talking about, but no one’s listening to her.
Ian Buckley, billionaire and man-in-charge, couldn’t be more surprised when he’s told that a marriage license was leaked to the press proving he married someone named Jada Howarth. He’s never heard of her, and he definitely doesn’t remember marrying her. Either he’s lost his wits, or someone’s out to make a fool of him.
When Ian sees the disheveled, lovely Jada on TV, peeking out her door in horror at the press crushing her lawn, he’s confident she’s not behind the scam. He’ll have to meet her to be certain. Men should probably meet their wives, anyway, shouldn’t they?
It’ll be fun getting to the bottom of this fiasco. Whodunit? Perhaps spending time with his bride at Ian’s lakeside estate will solve the mystery.
“Review of Alpha’s Billionaire Bride”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Nath’l. D. Aiken
This book is great! I am a man, and I enjoyed it very much. I like the characters, the protagonists, the antagonists, and the settings. This is a comedic romance novel, with a mystery thrown in. Currently I am re-reading it on my kindle, but I want to also buy the paperback to peruse non-electronically. Personally, I like that we don’t read the sex scenes. This is a clean adult book, akin to the roaring fireplace shot, or the pounding surf shot in some old movies. This book is definitely a different type of romance novel, and I enjoyed it immensely. Thank you Ms. Caldwell for writing it!