The Trustworthy Groom

About the book: A lonely football player, a damaged bride, and the fake marriage that can heal them both.

Hailey Knight has two choices: fall prey to a predator who is out to own her and destroy her football team, or marry a man she's just met. True, her fake husband can make her quiver with a touch, gets her jokes, and is patience personified, but she knows better than anyone how quickly charm can turn ugly.

Brady Giles has dealt with a sweetheart stalker for two years and has no hope of shaking the annoyance. He steps in to rescue the beautiful and feisty Hailey Knight from a leering idiot and somehow ends up engaged to her.

The marriage is supposed to help them both out of sticky situations, but instead turns into a media hailstorm with lies and attacks coming from all sides. When Hailey falls in love with her fake husband and danger lurks around every corner, she knows it's time to run, but Brady has never given up on an impossible battle.

Can these two trust each other or will the media and predators tear them apart?

My review: I love books like this! This one features a sweet romance between two likable characters. It's a quick and easy to read book that I read in an afternoon.

I liked Hailey, she's a sweet girl who just wants to be happy. But she's also terrified of getting to close to any males, because she's been hurt before. She also has a man that seems unwilling to stop terrorizing her. So, she does the only thing she can think of to get him to leave her alone. That is to claim that she's engaged to a huge football player. It's hard to tell if it worked or not, but that one action leads to a crazy ride for Hailey. 

I love that you get to see things from Brady's perspective. He's a great guy. I love how willing he is to help Hailey out and protect her from everything, including his falling in love with her. 

This is just a fun romance. It's also clean, something that I really loved about it! I loved escaping into it for a little while the other day!

I borrowed this book from Amazon, using my Amazon Prime subscription.

Purchase link: Amazon

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