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Who said marriage had to be convenient?LA party planner Poppy Collins has kept her secret side business – planning divorce parties as the Divorce Diva – a close secret, but keeping her business afloat is proving tougher by the day. When her sister’s divorce party gives Poppy the opportunity to save the day and boost her business, Poppy approaches Vegas golden boy Beck BlacWho said marriage had to be convenient?LA party planner Poppy Collins has kept her secret side business – planning divorce parties as the Divorce Diva – a close secret, but keeping her business afloat is proving tougher by the day. When her sister’s divorce party gives Poppy the opportunity to save the day and boost her business, Poppy approaches Vegas golden boy Beck Blackwood for help. But this time, she’s about to get way more than she bargained for…Beck knows Poppy’s secret, and he’s not afraid to use it to get exactly what he wants – a wife. With his reputation and business expansion plans on the line, the only way he can repair the damage is by getting hitched, and fast. And if blackmail is the only way to get Poppy to the altar, then so be it…But they’re in the city of high stakes, and Poppy has a few aces up her sleeve. Now it’s time to find out if they’re playing to win… or if they’re playing for keeps....

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not the marrying kind Reviews

  • Hollie
    2019-03-14 13:05

    This book. Just wow. I was shopping around in the romantic comedy genre, and came across this one so I decided to give it a try. I never, not at any point giggled, laughed, or so much as smiled. Everything about this book was ridiculous. From the characters to the plot. It was beyond lame and one of the most cliché books I've ever read. I don’t mind "fluff" reads on occasion, but this one was way too far-fetched to be enjoyable. Nothing about this one worked for me.

  • Jenn
    2019-03-14 18:01

    Not The Marrying Kind was my first read from this author. I would rate it a 3.5 and I would read more from Nicola Marsh. This book had an easy flow, and it went pretty quick. The H/h had great chemistry, two people who had issues with love and marriage from what they both lived threw, but my issue with this book was it was too fast for me. The main characters had all these problems with love and commitment from their childhood,family, and friends and they were in love in like a week? If it was a longer time frame it would have been more believable.

  • Saly
    2019-03-15 15:45

    This book had a fun, modern feel to it and was short & I liked the characters. The heroine Poppy had sass and humour, her sister who practically raised her since her plastic surgeon parents were busy moving in uppity circles has been spiralling since her husband walked out , so to make sure her sister's party business doesn't go bust, she comes up with the Divorce Diva, but there is a catch it has to be anonymous since her sister would flip. Beck the hero is successful and rich but one bad employee's behaviour and has tarred his company and endangered a business deal he wants so he contemplates marriage. The deal means a lot to him since he grew up dirt poor, parents who OD'ed and a great grandpa who raised him in a trailer, so he doesn't like being told no especially when he knows he deserves the deal. He contacts the heroine for a party for his friend, who is getting divorced and since he has money and resources he makes her come to him. Poppy doesn't like the sense of entitlement rich people seem to have but Beck manages to blackmail her into marriage in return for his silence and some cash that will save her sister's business.These two bantered beautifully and had great chemistry & I enjoyed the fast romance between them. Poppy was kind of anti-love and marriage and I loved her snark.

  • Sheryl
    2019-03-04 17:57

    *LE SIGH* Snarky and sassy with a whole heap of emotion that i ALMOST cried 3/4 through the story! EGADS! I'll write my proper review soon as its after midnight and i seriously need to sleep BUT i just wanted to say; Ms Marsh, i just LOVE your stories, you're an awesome writer AND you're a Melburnian... SCORE! I hope that this is the start of a beautiful relationship with Entangled Publishings' Indulgence line :)

  • Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
    2019-02-25 18:43

    HOLY GORGEOUS BILLIONAIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Entangled has corner the market on Romances! Man oh man Nicola I LOVED LOVED this story so much that I read it in four hours!I have been reading a lot of romances and erotica and Entangled has the market on it right now! With all that rambling let me get right to the review.Poppy Collins is a party planner when she decides to start her own Divorce Diva Party Planner Company. Why not right because everyone has a party for everything so why not have a party for divorces. She can make a lot of money having divorce parties but there is a catch. She will have to keep it a secret from her sister because she is going through a rough divorce and she would not approve of this side business Poppy has created. Poppy decides she will do Divorce Divas but keep her name anonymous and not tell her sister until they are out of debt. She receives her first client but he is anything but normal because he is a billionaire and he has done a background check on Poppy and the business and decides he wants to meet her in person even thought it against the rules.Poppy does not want to meet this billionaire but in order to save her sisters failing business she will have to meet him and get the account. Only when Poppy meets Beck Blackwood playboy billionaire she is thrown for a loop. Beck is so enthralled with Poppy and her witty snarky attitude that matches his. He soon hatches a plan that he hopes Poppy will go along with. He tells her he needs a wife and she needs the money to save her sisters business. So she can be his wife so he can get the contract and then he will pay her to keep her sisters business running so it is a win win proposition except that Poppy is like HELL NO at first but then Beck used to getting his way blackmails Poppy and she agrees. But at what cost? Will Beck and Poppy get everything they hope to? Will Poppy save her sisters business? Will Beck get the big contract? Will true love come into play? Will broken hearts be in the picture? Well to answer those questions you will have to read the book because I will give no spoilers away. I really loved this story and read it in 4 hours that is how good it is! Happy Reading and don't forget to check out the rest of Entangled's reads

  • Nas Dean
    2019-02-22 12:10

    NOT THE MARRYING KIND is an Entangled Publishing release by author Nicola Marsh.Beck Blackwood is an alpha hero who is a self made man. But he needs a wife…now! Preferably in name only. Then he collides with Poppy Collins when he decide to throw his friend a divorce party. Poppy is not interested in marriage anyway as she organizes divorce parties to help people move on after their divorce.Instant sexual fire ignites when these two characters meet. Poppy is fast with witty comebacks. NOT THE MARRYING KIND is a fast paced, fun, witty, humorous romance with out of this world sexuality and sensuality. But there are deeper layers to the story and as with author Nicola Marsh’s other books, this story was written with warmth, tenderness and readers would love Beck and Poppy. I loved Beck and Poppy and rooted for them to get to their HEA!

  • bokskiee
    2019-03-15 16:47

    I like the book. Except that I couldn't bring myself picturing out Gerard Butler for Beck Blackwood, as the author described his look-alike, I quote her words, "It.Did.Not.Do.Justice." I switched with Rick Malambri instead. (That's what imagination is for!;p) Which also made the read worthwhile.;) Divorce Diva Poppy Collins marries rich and cynical CEO Beck Blackwood of Blackwood Enterprises strictly for business, both agreeing that this would be a logical way for them to have a win-win situation. In the middle of all this supposedly no-commitment, strictly business deal they had, they didn't expect to fall hard and fast.Cute and romantic story of two strangers falling in love.;)

  • Mandy
    2019-03-12 11:04

    I really enjoyed this story! I love a good marriage of convenience story and this one was really good. I loved the connection between Beck and Poppy. Even though Beck was kind of a jerk at times, Poppy knew how to hold her own. This was a really quick read but I felt like it was a complete story and I was happy with the ending. Looking forward to reading more by this author.**ARC provided in exchange for an honest review**

  • Heather Thurmeier
    2019-03-05 12:10

    Not The Marrying Kind was sweet, witty, sassy, sexy, heartwarming and completely entertaining! I was smitten with Beck right away, then Poppy wandered into his life and I was totally swept up in their romance. This was my first Nicola Marsh book, but it definitely won't be my last!

  • Robin Covington
    2019-03-25 15:51

    I've always been a huge fan of Nicola Marsh's work and this book is another great one! I love a sassy, witty heroine and a sexy, brooding hero. Ding! Ding! Ding! This one is a winner on all counts. A delightful, sexy and fun read.

  • Caz Malpas
    2019-02-25 18:58

    3 SWEET AND PREDICTABLE STARS!I listened to this book and it held my interest whilst doing chores. An enjoyable book.

  • Tash
    2019-03-07 11:00

    Reviewed for Confessions From RomaholicsTo see review at ConfessionsPoppy Collins is trying to save her sister’s business, Party Hard, when she makes the decision to become the Divorce Diva, the anonymous face of Divorce Diva Daily and to host divorce parties against the advice of her best friend Ashley. The reason why? Sara her sister is about to go through one and she upset about it and in a clinic getting help. Poppy owes her sister after she raised her while their plastic surgeon parents were more focused on their careers.After coming from a small town outside Los Vegas and raised by his Pa after his parents died, Beck Blackwood ‘s business, Blackwood Enterprise, has become one of the biggest construction companies in Los Vegas and he doesn’t want his hard work to go down the drain after the company reputation goes to pieces with the recent scandal involving a married site manager and a barely 18 year old intern on one his building sites. He has a deal that will save his company but the investors aren’t willing to sign with him because of the recent scandal. Stan Walkerville, unofficially the leader of the investors, gives him a piece of advice. If circumstances change, they will be willing to do business. In other words get married! But Beck has a problem internally too, his CFO and friend, Lou Robinson, wants him to throw a divorce party to get him out of the stupor he is in over his divorce and he wants to hire the Divorce Diva which Beck isn’t too happy about.So what does Beck do but fly the Diva out to Los Vegas from LA after he gets a P.I. and does some blackmailing. He soon discovers that the impression he had in his mind is not what he sees in front of him and the same goes for Poppy. The Gerald Butler–lookalike picture doesn’t do Beck justice, in fact, he hotter than she thought. Standing and staring at each other and volleying with snark, this meeting is about to get amusing until the first bombshell hits Poppy like ton of bricks. But she needs him and he needs her—they’re two people both needing each other’s help. Will this partnership work?Oh this isn’t the only thing Beck needs Poppy for and how Ms. Marsh brings about the second bombshell into the novel is funny and amusing:“Can you help me find a wife?” He stood, managing to look imposing and appealing simultaneously. Laughter bubbled in her throat but she swallowed it when he frowned. He was serious. Yep, completely loco. “Sorry, I do parties. Try a dating service.” “I need a wife fast.” His frown deepened and the pulse in his neck became noticeable. “Why? You knocked up?” she deadpanned. His eyes widened in surprise before he grinned. “Anyone you can recommend?” “For the position of wife?” And that’s the beginning of their relationship, so to speak; Beck the tycoon has spoken and decides Poppy should be his wife. How though? Not without some serious good old blackmail with a twist. He will save her sister’s business if she saves his business reputation and the deal but will their hearts be broken in the process?Ms. Marsh’s latest book is a refreshing take on the blackmail angle and marriages of convenience, that we have come to love in category romances. Yes, the typical blackmail is there but isn’t for the usual reason (aka the dirty secret) and the way Beck gets Poppy into marrying him is amusing and charming. How can a girl say no even if she thinks she the least romantic person she knows and completely anti-marriage? Oh, and Beck wants the marriage to be a real one.If you are looking for snark of the good kind and great bantering, then this book is not to be missed. For fans of Ms. Marsh and fans of category romance, there something for everyone in this book. I give the book five stars, I was LOL and ROFL in my head the whole way through the story in a good way because of the descriptions and the answers characters gave to questions. Also the depth author gave these characters and their emotions was perfect. What hot blooded male wouldn’t want to take a hot woman to bed despite a relationship based on a business deal? Is this a sign of the things to come from Entangled and hopefully Ms Marsh too? I say it bring it on and hope to see more of this type of category romance. One word—EXCELLENT (5 Couples)

  • Dirty Dayna
    2019-03-18 15:08

    Not the Marrying Kind*book given via netgalley and the publisher for an honest review. * 4.5 Divorce Diva Starsdivorce Diva Daily recoomend: Play list: I will survive by Gloria Gaynor Movie: hes just not that into you Cocktail: Slow, Comfortable Screw This book is about Beck who is trying to claim a worldwide venue for his already multimillion dollar business but cant be taken seriously because he is single. And Poppy who decided to set up a divorce diva party planning business to help get money to take her sister out of debt because of her upcoming divorce. Beck’s business party is having a rough go at it with his divorce and decides he wants a trendy divorce party and Beck decides to throw him one via Divorce Diva. When Beck flys the owner out (Poppy) he doesn’t expect to fall for her so fast. Can we talk about how hot Beck is ladies get your swoons ready… Beck throws a blackmail offer on the table. If Poppy marries him beck will give poppy 500 grand to get her sister out of debt. Poppy agrees and in one magical wedding night falls madly in love with him This book has some insta love. I know it is on the shorter end of the book spectrum at 228 pages but the writing is pretty well done that I sped thru this book. I believe the time line of this book is 1-2 weeks. But poppy is sassy and Beck is Pg13 dirty and I loved it. And the sexy time is well ….Poppy ends up falling in love with her pretend husband but with Poppy being a divorce party planner and Beck’s client wants a wholesome company to represent him Beck gives Poppy the ultimatum of get out of my life or lose Divorce Diva. How much of yourself would you sell to keep everyone happy? You made me feel, Poppy. You, With your exuberance and smiles and love and I want to spend the rest of my life making sure you know how much I love you back

  • Lynsey
    2019-03-23 18:55

    As you may know, I’ve started intermingling reading YA with adult books and this is of course one of the latter. Mostly, Not the Marrying Kind by Nicola Marsh is pure, unadulterated entertainment and a fun and easy read. I really enjoyed the story and the writing was good, the dialogue was superb and there were no cheesy lines, thank goodness which is something I ALWAYS look out for in an adult novel. My only slight bugbear as a wannabe copy editor is that the word “bloody” was used as a curse word in a couple of sentences which is obviously a Briticism. The term “Sort it out” was also used and again I think this something a Brit would say, rather than an American. This leads me to question whether the author or the editor was British as this novel is set in and around Las Vegas! Those are just little nitpicks though and they most certainly did not detract from the story.I want to start by talking about Beck. Ahhh, Beck. I LOVE the name Beck and I blame Dawn Rae Miller (author of Larkstorm) for that). The Beck in THIS story was a man who came from the humblest of beginnings and clawed his way out of poverty to become a successful businessman. His past has spurred him on and he’s worked hard to get where he is only there’s one problem - other businesses/companies won’t take him seriously because he isn’t married. This storyline reminds me a little of the film Picture Perfect only this time, the guy is the lead character.Poppy is the sassy, self assured and confident-without-being-arrogant woman in the story who is trying to save her grieving sister’s business by planning divorce parties. When her world collides with Beck’s, there’s a deal to be done but is it purely business? Beck and Poppy have finally met their match and will challenge each other’s wants and beliefs before the end of the book. Yes, you can sorta guess the ending but it’s the journey that’s the enjoyable part ;)I thought Not the Marrying Kind was a fabulous book and I read it in one sitting. If you’re looking for an entertaining read, this comes highly recommended.

  • Maria Rose
    2019-02-27 19:07

    This delightful marriage of convenience story (not always my favourite but really worked for me here) is the story of Beck and Poppy. Poppy is going out on a limb to save her sister's party planning company by anonymously becoming the Divorce Diva, helping newly divorced people plan parties to celebrate a new and better future. When billionaire Beck hires her to plan a divorce party for his friend, he also bargains with her to be his wife in a marriage of convenience, something he requires to provide his company with the boost of respectability it needs to combat a scandalous company history. It's a win-win situation for both of them - until the attraction between them leads to emotions neither wants to admit to. Can a fake marriage lead to a real future together?I really enjoyed this story! Both of the main characters appealed to me. Beck is a handsome, driven man with a sweet side. He's a serious businessman but he cares about his employees. Poppy is a flirty and fun woman, determined to help her sister through a rough patch and willing to do anything to make her business succeed, including going through with this marriage to a man she is seriously attracted to but needs to guard her heart from. But the more she sees the real Beck, the more he shares intimate details of his life with her, the more she falls for him. There is a lot of sexual tension in the story that leads to some sweet and sexy love scenes. Another thing I really liked was the Divorce Diva posts at the beginning of each chapter, those were really cute. Overall I found this to be a fun and entertaining read, with some steamy scenes, an interesting and unique plot and a couple deserving of their happy ever after. 5 stars!

  • Jennifer (random jendsmit)
    2019-02-23 18:08

    ADULT BOOK | ADULT REVIEW | YOU’VE BEEN WARNEDIn a nut shell: Funny as Shit | Sexy as Hell | Sweet like the best fudge you’ve ever had | References Gerard Butler, need I say more?My Rating: 4.5 starsDetails: Ok – first off I just have to say I love the names of these characters!! Beck & Poppy – so fantastic! I absolutely loved this book!! It is seriously funny as shit and sexy as hell! Don’t believe me… well take a look at these quotes!to read entire review visit: random jendsmitbye, @jendsmit

  • Jessica Alcazar
    2019-03-13 15:05

    When I saw this on NetGalley and I read the blurb, I was intrigued. I wanted to see how the whole 'you do for me and I'll do for you' storyline played out and it wasn't too long so I went for it. Well, I'm glad I did. It was a really fun read! The H/h had awesome chemistry and they both had similar 'relationship' issues from their past. It was a really cute book that ended a little to quick. The shortness of it made the whole relationship and HEA a little hard to believe. But that's why they call it fiction, right?! :)Copy provided via NetGalley by Entangled Publishing, LLC

  • Ellen Anderson
    2019-03-09 13:47

    Loved it!This reminded me of the type of romances I used to read a long time ago, the best part of them anyway. Of course it is all definitely up to date. Beck is an Alpha male billionaire determined to get what he wants no matter the price. Poppy is trying to do what she can to save her sisters business. The thing is, Poppy isn't a weak little female. She smart and sassy and knows what she wants. A cute read that I believe those who just want a quick read will enjoy.

  • Bette Hansen
    2019-02-26 10:50

    A very good marriage of convenience story. While the storyline was typical of this trope, the writing and interesting characters made this an excellent read. The author's very descriptive writing made the Vegas strip and surrounding mountainside vivid, and the feelings from the characters ring true. A very good read I highly recommend.

  • Tricia
    2019-03-18 14:46

    Uhhh.. Was this the entire book or just the clif notes?! It was like watching a movie preview where they show all the good parts... It was so very rushed the story had no depth , you didn't even have time to get invested in the characters before it was over. It had potentional, even though I feel like its the same story as the marraige bargin, which was a much better book....

  • Stella
    2019-02-28 13:09

    And Nicola Marsh did it again! I just love her fluent and witty writing style and the characters were delightful in Not the Marrying Kind as well! A very entertaining story, my detailed review will be posted soon, until then put it on your wishlist, I'm sure you'll want to read it! ;-)

  • Tamar
    2019-02-27 12:54

    Really enjoyed this one. Good pacing, electric chemistry, and fun characters with witty banter.

  • Rachel Lyndhurst
    2019-03-24 17:59

    Excellent read. Just LOVE marriage of convenience stories and this one's lovely. Suggest you just slide into that sunlounger and enjoy. Yum.

  • Maria
    2019-03-16 14:03

    Imagine finding yourself in love with your own husband? Is that so strange? It was for Poppy Blackwood nee Collins.Why did Beck Blackwood ask Poppy Collins to be his bride when they'd only just met? Why didn't he even have an engagement ring ready? And why didn't she mind?Well, business arrangements are not about romance, love and happy endings. They are about mutually beneficial arrangements. His not being a family man was holding up the signing of the biggest contract of his career. She needed a lot of money to keep her sister's business afloat as that beloved sister recovered from a nervous breakdown. Poppy was smart, beautiful and presentable. Everything Beck needed in a wife. The fact that he was hot had nothing to do with Poppy's agreeing to marry him. It was the fact that he was rich and was ready to give her the money she needed in exchange for a trip to the altar. When Poppy had misgivings, Beck forced her hand with a little well applied blackmail? Result? A marriage arranged like a business agreement. Right? Wrong! Why? Haven't you heard the saying 'never mix business with pleasure'?Everything about this book is hot. The love scenes. The characters. The story. Make sure you have a cold drink handy at all times when you read this book. And at least three to four clutter free hours. The reason why it took me over a week to get this read was because I knew once I started reading it I wouldn't be able to put it down. And the laundry would pile up, the dinner would get late and the kids wouldn't get any help with their homework. So I just waited until I got a couple of free hours to treat myself to this truly scrumptious read.It was so worth the wait.

  • The BookChick
    2019-03-01 18:48

    My Rating: ★★★★Book Description:Who said marriage had to be convenient?LA party planner Poppy Collins has kept her secret side business – planning divorce parties as the Divorce Diva – a close secret, but keeping her business afloat is proving tougher by the day. When her sister’s divorce party gives Poppy the opportunity to save the day and boost her business, Poppy approaches Vegas golden boy Beck Blackwood for help. But this time, she’s about to get way more than she bargained for…Beck knows Poppy’s secret, and he’s not afraid to use it to get exactly what he wants – a wife. With his reputation and business expansion plans on the line, the only way he can repair the damage is by getting hitched, and fast. And if blackmail is the only way to get Poppy to the altar, then so be it…But they’re in the city of high stakes, and Poppy has a few aces up her sleeve. Now it’s time to find out if they’re playing to win… or if they’re playing for keeps.My Thoughts:This was a short and sweet story that had a very Harlequin Romance feel to it but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Beck and Poppy, who were both resistant to love because of life's hard knock lessons, ended up finding it in and with each other through. Who said blackamail doesn't pay? Reading Time: 5 Hours

  • Melinda Dozier
    2019-02-27 15:52

    What a fun read! It was a perfect mix of feisty and real characters with a unique story line.Poppy has taken over her sister's party planning business while her sister recuperates from a nasty divorce. To spice up the business, Poppy begins a Divorce Diva side and plans her first divorce party, despite keeping it a secret from her newly divorced sister. Usually I fall in love with the heros first, but I've got to say I fell into deep like with Poppy. She'd be a great friend, full of sass and snarkiness -- the perfect mix of a fun girlfriend I'd want to hang out with.Beck Blackwood is the sexiest billionaire I've read in a long time. Not only is he successful, but he worked hard to get there. **SIGH** He also is full of snarkiness, and the two characters bicker back and forth so eloquently, you know they're meant for each other from the start.Beck needs a wife. Poppy needs money to save her sister's business. Soon there's a marriage of convenience. I love how the two fall in love quickly, being so right for each other, and exactly what they each need. The only thing I didn't like (and it's a small negative -- the good far outways the negative) is that it felt like it ended too fast. I wanted more! MORE! MOOOOOOORRRRREEEE!These lively characters, the dry wit and the hot hot sexiness of the story is totally worth the read! I wish I had more Poppy and Beck! Loved this book!4 1/2 winks

  • Kelly
    2019-02-24 13:46

    The Marrying Kind by Nicola MarshI really, really, really enjoyed this book!!This is the story of Poppy and Beck. Poppy is a LA Party Planner who is trying to help her sister's business stay afloat while her sister is struggling to get her life back on track. Poppy has a secret side business going called Diva Divorce, which throws parties to help people celebrate a start to a new life after divorce. After being contacted by Beck, Poppy has a decision to make.Beck is the top CEO of his company. With the recent scandal of one of his employees, Beck is trying to get his reputation out of the dirt and with plans of expansion he needs the help of Poppy.You will have to read this fantastic book to see if Poppy and Beck can work together to get to their goals, can they make it work? Fall in love? What is going on with Poppy's sister? You must read this book to find out!Nicola Marsh has done a wonderful job with this book. The characters are very easy to relate to, they make you laugh, and sometimes shock you. I was hooked from the first page to the very last page. I am hoping we will see more books about these same characters. This is a fabulous read and I highly recommend it!!!! 5 Stars!!!!

  • Mickey Reed
    2019-03-02 18:12

    See full review here!Nicola Marsh has done it again - with less food this time, thankfully. It was all I could do not to gnaw my arm off with hunger while reading her previous novel, Busted in Bollywood. This novel is charming, sexy, and just plain HOT. I enjoyed every page of this romantic story! It wasn't on the schedule yet, but I'm so glad I pushed it up. :o)So Poppy needs to help her sister's business, and Beck needs to help his own. They meet for what ends up being mutual benefit and enter a marriage for their respective businesses. Makes sense, right? HA! Anyway, it's pretty predictable but totally enjoyable nonetheless. I liked the tension and the game they played going back and forth with their feelings. I would hope that nothing like this happens in real life even though it's totally romantic in a completely unromantic way. I'm looking forward to whatever Nicola Marsh writes next!

  • Lynne
    2019-03-16 16:43

    A great, fun read with characters you can't help but like. Poppy Collins is trying to save her sister's party planning business, while trying to keep her new website, the Divorce Diva, anonymous. The anonymous part isn't working as well as she'd like, and she's blackmailed into a face to face meeting with mogul Beck Blackwood. What she doesn't expect is the additional job that Brent offers her - to be his wife to help her sister, and to secure him the respectability he needs. Can they keep it a marriage of convenience though?When Nicola posted this as her new adult romance, I wasn't sure if it was adult as in 50 Shades adult, or as opposed to YA. It's the latter - it takes us "beyond the bedroom door", but no explicit scenes.All in all a great read, and I hope that Ms. Marsh does stories for some of the other characters we met in this book.

  • Desere
    2019-02-23 16:52

    Reviewed by Desere Nicola Marsh always manages to dazzle me with her fantastic novels and this time around it was the same only far better ! Yes the brilliant author really blew me away this time.Not the Marrying Kind was fantastic. The characters of Beck and Poppie were fun,fresh and entertaining. I loved how Poppie was not the kind of girl to back down but instead gave comebacks just as good as she got.It was wonderful to see how the author brought the characters together with explosive passion and true emotion.The scenes where very well written and the descriptions so good that it but me right in the middle of the book. If you have not yet read anything by Nicola Marsh I urge you to immediately rectify the matter as you have no idea what your are missing !Well done Nicola !My Rating : 5/5 stars