Published by Twitching Pen Editing on October 17, 2020
Genres: Fiction / Holidays, Contemporary, Holiday Romance, Romance, Workplace
Format: eBook, Kindle Unlimited
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Wanted: one bride for marriage to billionaire heir at New Year's Eve wedding. Submit resume and photo to INEEDAWIFE@wannamarryabillionaire.comARCHIMEDESAll I want is to be CEO at Warren Enterprises Worldwide, but the newly revised Warren Trust makes it clear...I won't inherit the company or the family fortune unless I'm hitched before the first of the year.Too bad I don't have a girlfriend or fiancée.What I do have is charm, dashing good looks, a prestigious lineage, an email address, and a faithful assistant willing to help me sort through all the applicants. But the longer we spend weeding out the duds, the more I appreciate the woman in front of me.Too bad Blaire doesn't fit the requirements for a Warren bride.And one way or another, this New Year's Eve, I'll be kissing my wife at the stroke of midnight.BLAIREHelping my hot boss find a bride isn't really part of my job description.It's busy enough around the office during the holidays without having to comb through applications from vapid bimbos who only want the Warren money.But Archie needs my help, and I'm hopeless to deny him when he flashes me that panty-melting grin and sings my praises.He says I'm invaluable.As an employee...or more?Because with every moment we spend together planning his loveless New Year's Eve wedding, my heart inches closer to falling in love with him.Holiday miracles are the things of fairy tales, but this New Year's Eve, one might be found in the place they least expect it.
Filled with funny moments yet emotional and a bit of nail biting to the end, I loved Holiday Bridal Wave! ~ Sharon – Simply Love Books
Another fantastic holiday offering from this writing duo! What would you do if you were given 5 weeks to find a wife, get married, and produce an heir within a year? For Archimedes Leonidas Warren (that’s a mouthful <wink>) he enlists the help of his super capable assistant who while up to the task is secretly hoping they fail and Archie finally notices her. I loved this unrequited office crush, rush to the altar, holiday story!
So let me just say right off the bat that if I was one of these Warren siblings I leave the elder Warren’s behind (much like Artie did in the first book) and let them figure out how to run their business without an heir. This book and series shows just how far rich people will go to manipulate their children into doing what they want. For Archie though running the family business is something he’s always wanted and when his big brother bowed out to marry his true love and be a father to the child he didn’t know existed, he finally had his shot. Now his parents and grandparents had stipulated that he must marry in 5 weeks on New Year’s Eve and produce an heir within a year to keep his position. Thrown for a loop, he asks his assistant for help not realizing she’s had a crush on him for years.
I loved watching Blair coming out of her shell and offering Archie advice as he navigated this issue despite the emotional turmoil it was costing her. They grow closer as they run and ad for a bride (mainly to tick his elders off) and as Blair picks and chooses those she thinks might be right for him (with the help of his sneaky sister Athena). As she uses her dream wedding to plan his, her feeling grow but hers aren’t the only ones which make everything more confusing. Archie is set on being CEO to the family company and knows Blair doesn’t fit the “Warren mold” not because of her background but because she is light and happiness and he loves her quirkiness beyond measure.
Lines are blurred forcing Archie to realize if he wants the company he can’t have the woman he’s falling for but the one that matches his family’s expectations.
Filled with funny moments yet emotional and a bit of nail biting to the end, I loved Holiday Bridal Wave!