Saturday, September 28, 2013

Review of The Marriage Mistake (Marriage to a Billionaire #3) by Jennifer Probst


Carina Conte has had a crush on her brother Michael’s best friend, Max Gray, since she was a teenager. Now she’s earned her MBA and come to work at Michael’s new venture, America’s fastest-growing bakery empire. But some things never change: her family still treats her like a child. With three drop-dead gorgeous siblings, she’s still the ugly duckling of the bunch. And Max, the company’s new CEO, still barely notices her.

Max knows Carina Conte is strictly off limits. But hot-blooded lust wins out at a conference when the two share a scorching one-night stand—and are busted by her mother! Now, forced by old-world Italian tradition into a marriage he’s not ready for, Max is miserable—and Carina is furious. Her new husband is about to realize that hell hath no fury like a woman transformed….


This one was my favorite book in this series thus far! I finished this in about 6 hours and it felt like 1! What a hawt story, you guys!!! 

Carina is the youngest in the Conte family and has always been sheltered- especially by her brother Michael and his best friend Max. Long story short- Carina had a crush on Max as a younger girl but eventually moves away for college and forces herself to try and forget him. Fast-forward a few years to Carina graduating college and finding herself working in the family business. Guess who she gets to work side by side with... MAX! No longer a girl, but a confident woman, we get to see a side of Carina that we never saw in previous books. And we also get to see Max's struggle as he finally sees Carina has become a woman.

I loved the constant back and forth between Carina and Max- it was absolutely adorable and hilarious. The bickering created amazing chemistry and sexual tension between these two. Let me tell you, these two hadn't even kissed yet and I was continuously fanning myself LOL. When they finally DID kiss...GUUUUURL! It's hawt. And the SEKZ! GAH.

No, but really. Go read this NOW! You don't even have to read books 1 and 2(although I would recommend it so you can properly appreciate all the characters in the book- especially Mamma Conte).

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