We were like two stars orbiting each other—dancing around the possibility that one day we might collide. When we finally did, we opened up a black hole, obliterating everything around us. No one would be the same.
Least of all, us.
Waking up in Vegas married to the guy of your dreams sounds like a good thing, right? Not when you’re Thea Montgomery and said guy is your brother’s best friend.
Thea and Xander have always avoided the connection between them because her brother would never approve. Now, they’re married— the strongest bond you can have as a couple—and they’re not even a real couple…unless they want to be.
Thea wants an annulment immediately, but Xander’s waited too long to see her become his and he won’t let her go easily.
If she wants a divorce, fine, but he wants the summer to convince her that he’s the one. If at the end of the summer she still wants to end their marriage he’ll sign the papers, but until then…
All is not fair in love and war.
Book two in the Light in the Dark series but can be read as a standalone.
Thea and Xander have known each other all their lives and have been attracted to each other for quite some time. But Xander is the best friend of her brother Cade and that has kept them from going there.
The book starts in Vegas, where Thea and Xander wake up naked and … Married. Thea freaks out but Xander convinces her to give them 3 months before deciding on a divorce.
This is the second book in the series, but I had no trouble envisioning what happened before between Xander and Thea. Always friends and even roommating with Cade and his girlfriend, they have a very easygoing relationship. I like the friends to lovers-trope and also the best-friend’s-little-sister one. Some hot scenes but not pages long.
Very easy and enjoyable read. There was some drama near the end that seemed to come out of nowhere but overall a very solid and warm NA story.