I never should have gone commando in that dress.
I’m almost positive the rest of it wouldn’t have happened if I hadn’t been dangling off a hotel balcony with my lady parts in the breeze. And of course the one person to witness my mortification had to be HIM. Camden Cox.
Sure, today he’s gorgeous and wealthy, and fine, I can admit he has a great sense of humor. But once upon a time, he was the boy who loved to make my life miserable.
He no longer pulls my pigtails, but I know his type. He wants one thing, and one thing only. A chance to get in my pants.
Nope. Not happening. Not even with that sexy Southern drawl.
But I’m Sophie Abbott, and if there’s one thing I’m good at, it’s making a mess.
Only this isn’t just a mess. It’s a disaster. A Sophie disaster.
Because after a wild night in Vegas, I wake up naked in his hotel room.
And I’m pretty sure we got married.
Author’s note: An adorkable hot mess who throws a cocky charmer completely off his game. Plus a salty dad playing matchmaker, laugh-out-loud banter, a couch scene that will melt your Kindle, and the swooniest of swoony happy endings.
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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars
Accidental marriage perfection! The opening chapter and meet-cute of Marrying Mr. Wrong had me in stitches: Sophie is rappelling out of a hotel room balcony with a bedsheet after getting herself in a bit of a pickle when a hot dude comes to her rescue. But she’s not wearing any panties. And the hot dude is Camden Cox, the grown-up version of the boy who used to pull her pigtails in 7th grade. Talk about awkward! But that’s not even the half of it because a few days later, Sophie wakes up in bed with Cox in Las Vegas, not knowing if they slept together but they did get married!
This romcom was a delight to read. Cox is a cocky, confident hero, and the fact that he’s married to the girl he liked back when he was 12 is like his childhood fantasy come true. Sophie is absolutely adorable. She’s a quirky accident-prone heroine, constantly tripping over her own feet. I can just imagine her “I’m okay!” in my mind because my own daughter falls and says it daily! They agree to stay married for 6 months in order for Cox to avoid another corporate scandal, and somewhere along the way, Sophie starts dating her fake husband. They are so sweet together — and seriously sexy, too!
But as much as Sophie and Cox seem to be smitten with each other in their strange dating-but-married relationship, there is the fact that they don’t know each other very well. And that sets the stage for some secrets and lies to come between them and rip them apart. I loved that breakup scene! Sophie showed such class and grace and was the bigger person, and Cox immediately knew that he was wrong in what he’d done the second she left the room. It takes some time for him to get his head out of his butt, but the guy goes all-out to make a lovely grand gesture — one that had me crying, it was so sweet!
As always, CK has an awesome cast of secondary characters, and I’m not even talking about the other Dirty Martini Running Club girls. (But seriously, Corban and Shephard teaming up together to go all big brother on Cox and protect Sophie was hilarious.) Oliver is a guy I’d want to be friends with, and I think Mel is my favorite new book dad. He and Cox’s mom were hysterical in their quests to marry off their kids. I would honestly love to see something, even a friendship, develop between those two!
I really figured that Sophie was going to end up with Nora’s half brother, Jensen, since she’d always been kind of tongue-tied around him. But I have to say, I loved absolutely everything about Cox and Sophie and they are perfect together! Bring on Nora’s book!
I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
Claire Kingsley is an Amazon Top 5 bestselling author of sexy, heartfelt contemporary romance and romantic comedies. She writes books with sassy, quirky heroines, swoony heroes who love their women hard, panty-melting sexytimes, romantic happily ever afters, and lots of big feels.