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Tuesday, July 3

Review: On One Condition by Diane Alberts

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Title: On One Condition

By: Diane Alberts

Genre: Adult Romance

My Copy: Ebook provided by the Author

BookWhisperer Rating:

four stars

About this Book:

Kindergarten teacher Johanna hates Valentine’s Day. She hates romance, hates commercialism, and definitely hates her school’s annual charity date auction. She never expects her pre-auction night of drinking to land a sexy Brit in her bed. Or for that Brit to show up at the auction, bid thousands just to talk to her again, and get down on one knee in front of everyone and ask her to marry him.
Viscount Damon Haymes has never met anyone like Johanna. She’s neurotic, fascinating, and fun. She also doesn’t care about his title and doesn’t want his money, which makes Johanna perfect to fulfill a surprise clause in his father’s will: marry within three months and remain married for a year, or lose his fortune. A relationship is out of the question, but when passions ignite and the two fall in love, their marriage of convenience becomes anything but.

review plateOn One Condition jumps right into the action the morning after Johanna's one night stand. Waking up with a naked man in your bed, and no recollection of how he got there might be some women's worst nightmare. For Johanna it just might have been the best moment of her life. After kicking him out without so much as giving him her name. Johanna was convinced that she would never have to look into his beautiful eyes again. Fate had other plans when she finds herself bought at the charity auction by none other than the Viscount Damon Haymes; also known as the man she woke up beside that very morning. Being dropped into the story here grabs the reader’s attention, and promises curiosity to get the better of readers. On one Condition is very short and quick, so readers will have no problems flying through this story. What begins as an arrangement will quickly develop into some extraordinary. Although, with stubbornly independent characters readers should be prepared for the frustration of the intangible connection between our characters. This short story has peaked my interested, and I am curious to what else this author has to offer. Look for more in the future from Diane Alberts her on The BookWhisperer.

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