When Megan Douglas finds herself about to marry a man she hates, she calls her best friend to save her. Hunter Abbott would move mountains to make sure that Megan gets the happy ending she deserves, but when he finds out her father is trying to blackmail her into a loveless marriage, he decides that there is only one option to keep her safe -- to marry her first. The fringe benefits of a marriage of convenience to a billionaire can’t be that bad can they?
Megan can’t remember how she ended up where she is, but now all she wants to do is find her sister and figure out how she fell head over heels for her best friend. Everything is falling apart around her, and now she has to figure out to handle the future. Is being Mrs. Hunter Abbott really such a hardship? Having a sexy, billionaire husband can’t be all that bad, especially if he can help save her sister from a fate worse than death.
Can Megan and Hunter manage turning from friends to lovers and actually live happily ever after? Or will their marriage be over before it even gets started?
Madelyn Williams isn’t happy about going back to her hometown after five years of self-exile. If it wasn’t for her best friend’s wedding, she wouldn’t ever step foot in that awful place again, but a promise is a promise. The last thing she wanted was to face the people from her past that she would rather not see ever again, including her ex-boyfriend and his horrible mother.
But now she’s back and Ryker is different. He’s gone from being the golden boy of Springbrook, to the bad boy momma’s keep their babies from. And he’s asking her for one week. One week to get each other out of their systems. The only problem is, one week isn’t nearly enough. If Maddy gets involved, she’s positive her heart will be broken again, but one week with Ryker might be worth it.