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First Installment of a new Romantic Comedy Serial
Welcome to the exciting and romantic world of the Jet City Billionaires…
She always dreamed of a lavish wedding with a handsome groom. So how did she end up married to a billionaire without a wedding at all?
SWITCHED AFTER THE ALTAR…
Kayla Lucas can't believe she's being divorced by a man she never married. That's some new kind of low. And certainly not by Justin Green, Seattle's youngest billionaire and the city’s most eligible nerd. Sure, Jus had a crush on her in college, but someone has to be pranking her—she hasn’t seen him in years. She's ready to play along until she walks into a meeting with Justin and his lawyer. Justin is much hotter than she remembers. And has proof she's legally married to him. He has a proposal—stay his wife for a year and he's willing to pay. But how are they married? And just what will it cost her to accept? Could she possibly lose her heart to a guy like Jus?
Switched at Marriage Serial Novellas
A Wedding to Remember—24,500 words/106 pages
The Virgin Billionaire—27,000 words/119 pages
To Have and To Hold
>>> New Adult & College Contemporary Romance
>>>Women's Fiction Romance
The Jet City Billionaires world presents romantic stories full of humor, laughs, secrets, mysteries, and poignancy. The Switched at Marriage serial follows the story of Justin and Kayla in a modern twist on the classic marriage of convenience story.
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- File Size: 2597 KB
- Print Length: 111 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0692439412
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 12, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XKF6IZI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- X-Ray: Not Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
A Great Beginning
I love Gina Robinson’s books and I’ve read enough of them to know they each end in a cliffhanger until the final book which does not deter me from them. Gina had a way of telling a story that brings you into the lives of her characters. This series is on Justice Green and Kayla Lucas, who met in college through Kayla’s cousin Dex. Justin is a scrawny geek turned billionaire and co founder of Fashionista. He has been in love with Kayla since meeting her in college but knew she was out of his league. Kayla had had an on and off relationship with her college sweetheart Eric but this breakup seems different. As if the breakup isn’t enough Kayla’s purse and phone is stolen while on a business trip to Reno and her credit card is maxed out, then she is forced to stay another day due to food poisoning. Now she is back home in Seattle being served divorce papers without being married. Can Justin and Kayla carry out their agreement of staying married for one year and convince friends and family they are madly in love to save Justin’s company, and what happens when an unexpected chemistry forms??? I can’t wait to read the next book in this series, it’s already loaded on my kindle. Loving it!!!
Great beginning to the series!
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Married without the Wedding??????
A Wedding to Remember: A Jet City Billionaire Serial Romance
Sweet and funny beginning of a love story
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If you miss reading about the Double Deltsies girls, you should read this new series, Switched at Marriage. The story revolves around Kayla Lucas and Justin Green who knows each other since college thru her cousin, Dex.
Great Intro but that’s all you get
The story was cute and funny at least what you got was. I apparently missed that this is a novella that cuts off before the story even really begins. 2.99 for each of the next 6. Really? I’m not spending $18 on one story. And it is one story not even a series apparrently. I could get behind breaking it into 2 or 3 books. Would even be willing some money on it. I’m just disappointed because it was a good read up until it just stopped. Out of no where. It is just to bad. I went ahead and gave 3 stars because the writing was good but I don’t like a tease.
You can’t help but fall in love with Kayla and Justin
You can’t help but fall in love with Kayla and Justin. There’s a hidden chemistry and an relaxed air between them. After Kayla’s horrible business trip to Reno where she develops food poisoning, she returns home only to be served divorce papers. Whoa – how can she be getting divorce when she’s never been married. Upon visiting the attorney’s office she finds that an old college friend is who she supposedly married while in Reno. She swears to Justin that they didn’t get married and she did not even remember seeing him in Reno. As things process and she remembers that her phone and wallet were stolen, they surmise that she was a victim of identity theft. In order to protect himself, he gets her to agree to go along with a sham marriage for a year while they try to find out the person who used her identity.
I read one of Gina’s other books and enjoyed it, so I thought I’d give this one …
I read one of Gina’s other books and enjoyed it, so I thought I’d give this one a shot. The story is cute, you know exactly where the romance is headed and you want to see it get there. So that part is good. Not so good: The perspective shifts back and forth between the hero and herione, which in itself is fine, except it’s in first person. It can get a little confusing sometimes. You have to stop and think “Oh, yeah, it switched to his point of view. Now things make sense.”
Gina Robinson is one of my favorite authors, so she has a tough job to …
Gina Robinson is one of my favorite authors, so she has a tough job to live up to – herself! And she pulls it off! The story has the quirky charm that she’s noted for, a crazy premise that’s just plausible enough to be believable and a plot that quickly spirals out of the heroine’s control! Kayla is a pretty well-rounded character, her pretty, party girl persona with enough depth to make her agreeing to a pretend wedding not seem completely shallow. The story is fleshed out enough to present the potential groom as a credible, geeky groom, if a little young for his internet success. He’s so young in fact, he doesn’t even see that his assistant has the hots for him. And therein lies the cliff-hanger. I’m a not a big fan of the cliff-hanger as stories just feel incomplete if there isn’t some sort of resolution or wrap-up, even if it’s not to the major plot point. This 1st installment ends literally mid-straddle, but fortunately there are more installments to come!