#ReleaseDayReview ~~ Married in Michigan by Jasinda Wilder
OUR 3.5 BLUSH REVIEW
I struggled with this theme a little. I felt a little like the racial and social inequality that was presented here wasn’t handled with as much care as it needed to be.
Paxton also made me a tad annoyed with explaining all of his wealth-repeatedly.
Once Mack and Paxton are open about their feelings, I became much more vested in their story. I really was invested in the marriage and loved the love story that was portrayed.
His family is worth billions. They are the elite. They influence politicians. They’re the power behind the power. Paxton is their golden child, wealthy in his own right, a rising star in Washington DC’s political scene…a 21st century Jay Gatsby, prone to throwing lavish, expensive, wild, and destructive parties.
I’m a housekeeper at a hotel owned by his mother, Camilla deBraun, and I’m sent in to clean up after such a party.
What I wasn’t expecting was to find Paxton naked in his bed, passed out and breathtaking even hungover.
Even more unexpected is the proposal bombshell he drops on me: Marry him.
A man I met once, a golden god, richer than belief, gorgeous beyond comprehension, and arrogant beyond fathom.
Me, a hotel maid working three jobs to make ends meet…Marry him.
It’s supposed to be fake, more of a business agreement than marriage proposal.
Only…it turns out there’s more to this sexy billionaire than meets the eye.