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Legally Wedded

About the book: Morgan Clark is desperate. With just her senior year to go at Clarendon College, and her scholarship up in smoke, she suddenly finds she can’t qualify for financial aid. And until Morgan finishes and can work full time, her sister can’t even start school.

Josh Hyatt is desperate. Without his degree from Clarendon he won’t be able to join his girlfriend in their dream career which she’s already begun, and he can’t qualify for government grants thanks to his estranged father’s interference. 

Morgan, meet Josh. Josh, meet Morgan. Are they desperate enough to get legally wedded? 

Legally Wedded is the third book in bestselling rom-com author Jennifer Griffith's Legally in Love series, following Attractive Nuisance and Asked & Answered.

My review: I really enjoy these romantic comedies by Jennifer Griffith's. This one is super cute! I loved Morgan. I loved the way that she was doing pretty much everything she did so that she can finish school and put her younger sister, Tory, through school. She's even working a terrible job that has made her lose her scholarship. Now she's simply trying to get financial aid to finish her last year of school. The only problem is that even though it was a fluke and her mom can't even claim her on her taxes, her mom's income from the year before is too high for Morgan to get the financial aid that she needs. 

Then there's Josh. I love that he is a true gentleman in this book. He cares for Brielle and he's just sent her halfway around the world for the next year. He is also trying to get financial aid for school, but he finds himself in the same boat as Morgan, because his wealthy father has disowned him.

There's only one obvious solution. If Morgan and Josh get married, then they can get financial aid and then get an annulment. Little do they know the craziness that this one simple choice will cause for both of them. And it's not as simple as it seemed to be when they made the decision to get married.

I loved the way this book was clever, funny and cute. I loved the crazy situations that Morgan and Josh get themselves into. It just gets funnier and funnier the deeper they get into their lie. But I also love the way that they come to care for each other, even if neither of them are willing to admit it.

This is a cute, clean, romantic book that will have you laughing all the way to the end! I loved it!

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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