ABOUT THE WEDDING PACT:
Carrigan O'Malley has always known her arranged marriage would be more about power and prestige than passion. But after one taste of the hard-bodied, whiskey-voiced James Halloran, she's ruined for anyone else. Too bad James and his family are enemy number 1.
Hallorans vs. O'Malleys—that's how it's always been. James should be thinking more about how to expand his family's empire instead of how silky Carrigan's skin is against his and how he can next get her into his bed. Those are dangerous thoughts. But not nearly as dangerous as he'll be if he can't get what he wants: Carrigan by his side for the rest of their lives.
Review by: Erin
This book was very addictive. The characters are ruled by the circumstances of their birth and the actions of their parents. Carrigan dreams of what she would like to do with her life. But they are just that, dreams. She is not able to make those decisions for herself. She is a very conflicted person, taking what she can for herself before it is too late. James is trying to get out from under the stigma of his father. He is desperate not to become the monster that his father is. These two come back together in this book and the chemistry is still as strong as it was in the beginning. They have an intense connection, both belonging to the same kind of regimentally controlling families. They both have many obstacles to face if they are going to get their HEA. Cannot wait for Cillian’s book!