Wife by Wednesday by Catherine Bybee EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Catherine Bybee
- Genre: Contemporary Romance Fiction, Billionaire Romance, Women’s Domestic Life Fiction
- Publish Date: 12 February 2013
- Size: 2 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Avail for Download
- Price: Free
“I need a wife, Carter, and I needed her yesterday.” Riding
in the back of the town car en route to a Starbucks, of all
places, Blake Harrison glanced at his watch for the tenth time
Carter’s startled laugh rode on Blake’s last nerve. “Then
pick one of the masses and walk the aisle.”
His best friend’s offhand advice might have held merit, if
Blake could trust the women in his life. Sadly, he couldn’t.
“And risk losing everything? You know me better than that.
don’t need emotion clogging up something as important as a
marriage agreement.” An agreement was exactly what he
needed. A contract. A business deal that would benefit both
parties for the course of one year. Then they could go their
separate ways and never lay eyes on each other again.
“Some of the women you show up with would be happy to
sign a prenuptial agreement.”
He’d already thought of that. But he’d worked hard for his
emotionless bastard reputation and didn’t need to mess it up
by pretending he was in love in order to have a woman walk
up the courtroom steps with him. “I need someone who’s on
board with my plan. Someone I’m not remotely attracted to.”
“You sure this dating service is the right way to go?”
“Matchmaking, not dating.”
“What’s the difference?”
“They don’t match your love interests. They match your
“How romantic.” Carter’s sarcasm came across like a
“I’m not the only one in my position, apparently.”
Carter laughed and then choked on his own breath.
“Really,” he sputtered. “I don’t know any other men with your
title and your wealth calling a stranger to set them up.”
“This guy comes highly recommended, a businessman
helping men like me in similar situations.”
“What’s his name?”
“Never heard of him.”
Traffic clogged the intersection two blocks from where his
appointment with said businessman was taking place. The
seconds clicked past the time of his scheduled appointment.
Damn, he hated being late.
“I gotta go.”
“I hope you know what you’re doing.”
“Business is what I do, Carter.”
His friend huffed in disapproval. “I know. It’s relationships
you suck at.”
“Screw you.” But Blake knew his friend was right.
“You’re not my type.”
Blake’s driver swerved in traffic to make a light. Ruthless,
just like his boss wanted him. “See you tonight for drinks.”
Blake hung up the phone, slipped it into the pocket of his
dress coat, and sat back in his seat. So he was late. Men in his
position could walk in half past the designated hour and still
have people climbing over themselves to make it look like it
was their fault. A lot rode on the outcome of this meeting.
Finding a wife before the week was out in order to keep his
ancestral home to go with his title, not to mention the
remainder of his father’s fortune, hinged on Sam Elliot.
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