31 May 2016

New Release & Review ~ Strangers At The Altar: A Billionaire Romance Novel by Lacey Wolfe

Strangers At the Altar by Lacey Wolfe
A Billionaire Romance Novel



I’m the whole package. 
Rich. 
Sexy as hell. 
Brilliant in bed and business. 
Big cock. 

So why the hell is it so hard to settle down? I want a woman to see me for who I am, and that’s hard when most only see me with dollar signs in their eyes. So I signed up for some crazy experiment to be married to a stranger. Never knowing a thing about the person. 

I was ready for true love. When I married Adeline at the altar, I had to make sure that she didn’t know a thing about me as well. So I did what I thought was best. I lied about who I was. 

If we find true love, I’m sure she will forgive me when she learns who I really am. 

Content Warning: Explicit sex and adult language 

 99 cents or FREE in Kindle Unlimited


Review

Adeline Moore hasn't had the best of luck when it comes to dating, her career in painting puts them off. So on a whim she decided to sign up to marry a complete stranger. She would put her faith in the hands of the doctors in the hopes that they can find her perfect match. She knows it's a gamble, but what does she have to lose?

Isaac Wright is tired of the women he's been meeting, they see his checkbook instead of the man he is. Taking a gamble with marring a stranger may seem odd, but he wants to find his perfect match, a woman that would love him for him. People in his circle don't usually marry for love, that's a pattern he not willing to continue.

Meeting on their wedding day, they take their vows and start a journey that will have its ups and downs, but Isaac is keeping a secret that could destroy everything they are building. Will Adeline be able to forgive Isaac's lies? Or is just too much for her and she'll walk away for good?

This book features a premise that some would find a bit off, but as you read it you'll see that what a spectacular story it is. It will tug at your heartstrings watching these two navigate through their issues. Their banter will have you either laughing, crying, and swooning as you read this book. Their wittiness and sassiness will enrapture you from the beginning until the very end.

And lets not forget about all the sexiness that you'll find. Adeline quickly learns that Isaac has needs and she will gladly be there to satisfy him, over and over again. When Isaac tells you all the dirty things he wants to do you, you better believe that he will deliver and then some.

Strangers At The Altar is an charming story that will appeal all romance readers. This unexpected love affair will keep you engaged until the end, then leave you with smile.


Excerpt

Adeline’s point of view

“I hope you’re not taking me into the woods to kill me,” I said, half joking. The other part of me wondered how smart it was to be going into the woods with a man I met yesterday.

“Lucky for you, I know just the place to leave you so no one will find you.”

I stopped walking and he turned toward me with a sexy smirk.

“I’m kidding. The experts did a back ground check, remember? No killer.”

I walked up next to him, trying to keep up with his pace, but his legs were longer than mine and it almost felt like I was running to match his stride.

I’d barely touched lunch, but how could I after that kiss. Isaac had taken charge, kissing me in a way I’d always wanted. So intense I felt every desire he had for me. I could sense the anger from our first almost kiss being interrupted. The way he’d held me and his fingers dug into my skin. No man had ever handled me the way he had and I liked it. He’d really turned me on. Hell, I was still turned on. I didn’t want to be on this walk in the woods, I wanted to be naked in bed with him.

“You okay?” he asked.

“Yeah, why?”

He stopped by an old pine tree that had fallen and sat on it, patting next to him. “You sound a little out of breath. Let’s talk.”

“We are.” I sat beside him.

“No, let’s open up and really say how we feel. We got married yesterday and met at the altar. This could be a real bonding experience if we share our emotions. It isn’t like we have anyone else to contact.”

I did have Sarah. Today was her wedding and she was probably going through all the things I was yesterday. Isaac was right though, we only had each other, and the people who had done this on TV, making the big bucks.

“Was my kiss too much?”

Yes, you stole my breath away. “No.”

“Are you sure? I can get intense. I’m passionate and a take control kind of man in that aspect. Well, really all aspects of life. I go after what I want.”

I remembered reading that in his ‘about me’ paragraph. “And you don’t share.”

He chuckled. “That’s right. I don’t.”

“The kiss was good.”

“You’re sure?”

“Yes.” The best I’d ever had.

“Do you want to kiss again?”

I nodded.

He sat straight. “Now?”

I chewed my bottom lip as he took my chin in his hand.

“I’m worried I scare you.”

You do, but not in the way you think. “I don’t scare easy.”

He came toward me and I braced myself for another one of his kisses. This time it was softer, as if he were holding back, but I wanted what he gave me before. That kiss made my toes curl.

“Is that what you want?” he asked.

“No. It was too sweet.”

He tugged me into his lap so I straddled him. This time he cupped my face in his palms and kissed me hard again. The way I wanted. No, the way I needed. Holy shit, I almost stopped breathing. His erection pressed into me and I ground against it, making sure to rub just the spot I needed. He met me with his thrust. I couldn’t believe what we were doing on top of the fallen tree, but I couldn’t stop. Anyone could happen upon us and see us dry humping, but I didn’t care. I needed to release. I needed him to release.

“Holy shit!” Isaac broke the kiss and stilled me.

“What’s wrong?”

He lifted me off of him and got up, moving away from me. Had I done something wrong? He adjusted his shorts then bent over, taking deep breath.

“Isaac?” I stood.

He glanced at me, his eyes dark. “Stay over there.”

My cheeks burned, almost as if they were on fire. I’d made a fool of myself. I walked away, but he called my name and jogged up to me.

“Where are you going?”

My eyes were wet but I tried to hide it from him. “Away.”

“Don’t. Let’s finish our walk. Come on.”

“I’m really not in the mood to walk anymore.”

He brushed his fingers across my cheeks. “You did nothing wrong. In fact, you did so good I almost lost control.”


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