On a Wednesday afternoon, I ask Trevor Bentley to marry me. He might be the most arrogant, obnoxious man I know, but I need him to be my husband for a year.
There are reasons.
He’s not going to be a real husband. Just part-time. Yes, I have to live with him. And, okay, I also have to share his bed. And, sure, he’s the hottest and most exciting thing to ever happen to my controlled, organized life.
But still… It’s only a part-time marriage. I’m not going to give him my heart. I know what I’m doing, and I’m too smart to fall for my husband.
This is the story of Melissa and Trevor, who barely even like each other but one day in the middle of the week, they get married. Why? Because, reasons. You’ll find that part out right at the start of the story and it’s important but it’s not the juicy part of this story.
Part-Time Husband is an enemies to lovers romance that is just so much fun. Melissa is kind of…stiff. She’s formal and aloof and scared as hell of pretty much anything to do with emotions. She has good reasons for it, but I mean come on honey get some therapy. But, I digress.
Melissa’s part-time husband is Trevor who is hot and charming and did I mention arrogant? He is a man who knows he’s got it going on and he’s not shy about it. Except he is kind of oddly shy with Melissa. Cocky as hell, for sure, but also kind of shy and hesitant. It’s clear from the beginning that they both kind of like each other but they get stuck in this mindset of being enemies and it’s hard to let that go.
Until they do and then holy moly do they let it go. Big time. This book contains quite a bit of steam to go with watching them slowly fall. It’s a really fun time and reminded me of exactly why I’ve always been a Noelle Adams fan.