We struck a deal. All business. Now he’s changing the rules.
It was just supposed to be a marriage on paper. Koa needed a path to citizenship and I needed the money to open Bridges and Bitters.
All I’ve ever wanted is to run my own bar, my way. What did I care if I had a technical husband?
Now he’s rolled into town after five years to deal with some paperwork, and he’s turning everything upside-down.
Most people think Koa is charismatic and fun, but all I can see is someone with very few responsibilities. I don’t have time for vacations and I don’t know how to play games.
I’m not sure how I ended up hitched to a nomadic rugby coach without a plan, but I need to sort this all out. Fast.
If I can’t figure out a way to slice through all this red tape, it could mean last call for Bridges and Bitters.
Last Call a sizzling marriage of convenience romance, the fourth stand-alone installment of the Bridges and Bitters series. If you love found family, witty banter, and heat that will curl your toes, you’ll devour these sexy romantic comedies.
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