Legally in Love: Illegally Wedded by Jennifer Griffith

January 23, 2018 | 1 Comment
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Legally in Love: Illegally Wedded by Jennifer GriffithIllegally Wedded
Author: Jennifer Griffith
Series: Legally in Love #6
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 420
Date: January 23, 2018
Publisher: Indie

He needs wife to get a promotion. She needs a husband to stay in the country.

Piper Quinn has a great thing going. She’s young, talented, and the sole chef at Du Jour, San Antonio’s hottest lunch bistro. She and her business partner just have to stay open one year to be eligible for the coveted Texas Star.

Days before eligibility though, Piper gets terrible news: she’s getting deported. To New Zealand. Where her parents have joined a hobbit cult.

Attorney Zach Travis can’t seem to break into the partnership bracket at his big, respected firm—despite his stellar record. Then, Zach hears a rumor his bachelor status may be holding him back, and he needs a wife to advance his career. The girl at the bistro is an intriguing candidate.

As Piper shares her desperate plea for legal help, Zach realizes he can fix both their dilemmas—with a marriage certificate. However, their plan puts them in the cross-hairs of more than one vindictive enemy. Worse, neatly ending their marriage may be tricky due to a sparking chemistry neither Zach nor Piper can ignore.

Rating: Moderate. Mild kissing; non-graphic sexual references.


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About Jennifer Griffith

Jennifer is a wife and a mom of five weathering the chaos by writing escapist fiction. Jennifer has no plans to write the Great American Novel. She’d rather compose what someone would read on a rainy afternoon with a cup of cocoa, or sitting on a beach chair while the waves crash. Light, frothy, gone.

One response to “Legally in Love: Illegally Wedded by Jennifer Griffith

  1. Maria

    I enjoyed reading this book. The basic plot concept reminded me of a Hallmark movie I saw crossed with a Sandra Bullock movie. What is not to enjoy in that?

    I liked Zach and Piper though as is usually the case with these kinds of books, there wasn’t enough good communication between them. They could have had a lot less angst if they had just communicated. But then there would have been a lot less story too. Go figure.

    I had to wonder how much money Zach had sitting in the bank because he seemed to throw money around like he never had a worry. He is pretty swoony too. And Piper is rather too good to be true. Beautiful but she doesn’t realize it. Gifted in her cooking but also gifted with people. They are both people I would like to know.

    Despite there being a lot of talk and thought about sex, or the lack thereof, in this book, it is clean. She is saving herself for her one and only so she doesn’t want to consummate this “business arrangement” marriage. But then she grows to love Zach so she is willing but so many problems get in the way. There is some innuendo and passionate kissing but nothing too graphic. And when their problems are finally resolved the bedroom door is closed. So a mild+ rating I think.

    No language. Threatened violence.

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