by Jaci Burton

March 2007
ISBN: 1-59998-170-X
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As CEO of McKay Corporation, Ryan McKay lives for his job. When his grandfather passed away, his will revealed several conditions which Ryan must meet in order for him to keep the family business. Now Ryan has less than five hours to get married and has no one to marry.

Faith Lewis has worked for Ryan for several years and practically fell in love with him the first time she met him. But she dresses to not attract attention since her mother has convinced her she’s plain and men would only hurt her. When Ryan asks Faith to marry him she’s stunned, and nervous, but willing to do anything to help him. However, once revealing she’s a virgin, she asks for two months for them to get to know each other better before they have sex. Faith and Ryan are rushed through a whirlwind ceremony, and when Ryan sees Faith in her wedding gown he realizes she’s actually a beautiful woman.

With two witnesses living with them, the two must share a bedroom, and a bed, even if they aren’t having sex yet. Ryan doesn’t want to wait the requisite two months and tries to romance her with new clothes and jewelry. Finally he realizes Faith is different from any other woman he’s ever been with.

Ryan has never experienced love before, not with his parents, and not with his grandfather. He doesn’t believe in it and though he’s attracted to Faith, he has no desire to fall in love and he doesn’t see their marriage as something permanent, just a means to an end. Faith is totally inexperienced when it comes to men and knows she’s going to have to guard her heart carefully if she doesn’t want to deal with a broke heart.

With an unsteady start to their marriage, and those who want to make sure if fails, Ryan and Faith have a lot to overcome. Nothing Personal is a delightful marriage of convenience tale, and you will certainly be rooting for Ryan and Faith to realize the truth, before it’s too late.

Reviewed in March 2007 by Jackie.

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