BOOK 1: Wife by Wednesday by Catherine Bybee
BOOK 2: Married by Monday
Fiance by Friday description:
The beautiful, high-born daughter of an English duke came to America to take over her sister-in-law’s matchmaking business. But just because she’s the boss doesn’t mean she can’t fantasize about making her own perfect match with bodyguard Neil MacBain. Will the enigmatic man who haunts her dreams cost her more than she bargained for?
The retired Marine can’t deny the effect blue-blooded Gwen has on his troubled soul or his battle-hardened body. But as a client, Gwen is off-limits—until a threat from Neil’s past returns…and Gwen is caught in the crossfire. Now to keep her safe he will risk it all: his career, his life…and his heart
This series just keeps getting better and better… while the first book I consider a light romance novel, this one was rather intense involving government conspiracies and people being murdered left and right… it was exciting and different from the others in that the Gwen and Neil are not married by a contract through Alliance… though obviously there is some Alliance things going on and everyone from the other novels do come back and makes it all the better… but while Gwen is trying to get Neil to fall for her or finally admit that he does want her… everyone else is wondering whether or not Neil may be going crazy imagining things from his past… and Neil is afraid that everyone he cares about is about to die and he won’t be able to stop it… so much going on I couldn’t put it down… my only problem with this is I do wonder how much Bybee really knows about how the military works and what the bases are like… though she did use correct terminology there is just a few scenes that bothered me on the base that seemed highly unlikely and it just kind of threw me off… I’d rather not say because I don’t want to spoil anything… but it was really just a small blip in the scheme of things… I know that sometimes things aren’t always accurate so as to make the plot a bit better… and all together it was an awesome novel…