BULL (The Buck Boys Heroes Book 1) by Deborah Bladon

This is the first book in the Buck Boys Heroes series which can also be read as a standalone.

My jerk of a boss is getting married today.
Imagine my surprise when I found out that the bride-to-be is me.

Graham Locke is cocky, condescending, and looks sinfully sexy wrapped in a thousand dollar suit.

He’s also a nightmare to work for.

When he sends me a text message asking me to meet him because he’s getting married, I laugh out loud.

Who would marry him?

It turns out I do. I literally marry my boss.

It’s not for love. I can’t say it’s entirely for money, but that does factor into my decision to become Mrs. Locke for ninety days.

Three months will fly by, right?

Wrong.

Within twenty four hours, I’m counting the seconds until I can go back to being Trina Shaw.

I persevere because I’m not one to give up even though I seriously consider it.

It doesn’t take long before I discover that my husband isn’t the man I thought he was.

The secrets he keeps hidden close to his heart may end up breaking mine.

I loved reading this book. The characters were brilliant and the story was great.

I loved Graham. He is such a great character and had a brilliant development. He grew once me married Trina. It may have started out as a lie, only there to make Lloyd happy, but it grew into something real.

I loved the slow build of their relationship. They both fell for each other, but it took a long time for them to both actually admit it. It was great to read it from both of their POVs.

I love Lloyd. He was such a genuine person and his love for Graham was sweet. He was so happy seeing him happy and it was sad when he found out the truth. Ultimately, Graham and Trina did fall in love no matter how it started.

I loved the ending, seeing them happy together and married for real with their friends and family. I think they had a great development together, especially Graham.

I would definitely recommend this book.

My rating: 5/5*

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