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The Heart of Texas (Texas, #1) by RJ Scott

The Heart of Texas (Texas, #1) (2011)

by RJ Scott

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Oh, this is the BEST of the BEST of the BEST of the Forced/Arranged Marriage/Mating/Bonding genre! It, honest to god, does not get ANY better than this!

MC Riley Hayes is rich, beautiful, straight, single and ready to mingle until his father decides to put a stipulation on giving up control of the family company to his son. Riley must marry for love and STAY married for a year in order to retain his portion of the company. So, Riley decides to stick it to the old man by marrying the son (the stipulation never said anything about the wedded partner being a woman!) of his biggest rival, MC Jack Campbell. Oh, and it is delicious! The two boys are bitter enemies and Riley is straight while Jack is gay. Then things start to get all soap-operay and the boys get all hot and bothered about one another and the sex is AMAZING and then they fall in love and WOW! Fucking fabulous book! Plus, [a:R.J. Scott|3432558|R.J. Scott|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/authors/1362662970p2/3432558.jpg] has blessed us with, like, a million sequels with these delightful boys. But nothing will ever measure up to this original. It is a wild ride and absolute soap opera perfection.

Highly, highly recommended.

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  gigi9988776 | Aug 25, 2014 |
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  AReCafe | May 23, 2014 |
An amazingly sweeping story with a cast of characters that feels like a soap opera. And yes, it does feel like the TV show Dallas, with wealthy men of power manipulating everyone around them. Jack and Riley have a rough beginning when they are married within days of meeting as part of a scheme devised by Riley to attain a larger share of his father's billions.

I couldn't help but be caught up in their story and all the family members with their own set of problems. This is such a different type of story and I'm so glad I chose to read it. ( )
  DianeYu | Oct 31, 2011 |
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