Reviewed by: Suzie
Twenty-four years old Elizabeth Meier is not happy about her best friend's engagement. She is of the belief that weddings are nothing but false advertising - a means to rob a woman of her independence. Upon meeting male chauvinist Adam Schmidt at the engagement party, her internal alarm immediately goes off signaling to flee. She is unable to resist his memorizing dark eyes as she learns he is in total agreement with how she sees marriage. What other things will they find they have in common?
Adam Schmidt is convinced every woman's main purpose is seeking to trap a man into marriage. Although he is the most eligible bachelor in town, he is determined no woman will ever ensnare him. Overhearing opinionated Elizabeth Meier heightens his curiosity. Closer inspection reveals that Elizabeth holds as much faith in marriage as he does. Watching Elizabeth defend her beliefs triggers her full anger and the result is like a drug, it is breathtakingly addictive. He couldn't help but to crave more . . .
Jenesi Ash has created a modern day Taming of the Shrew. This light enjoyable read will give Shakespeare a run for his money. I found myself relating to the realistic approach Ms. Ash presented in dating in the 90's. I found it to be a light enjoyable read that will not only appeal to the young audience but it will be enjoyed by all ages.
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