The Marriage Trap (Marriage to a Billionaire, #2)

The Marriage Trap (Marriage to a Billionaire, #2) - Jennifer Probst This was OK. Good. I liked it.But it didn't rock my world. This is the kind of book that you can read anytime, a sweet romance and an interesting plot So my rec goes to those who like their dose of happy and mushy Me, I have a problem with too much mushyness, so that's why the three stars The story is pretty simple - the hero and the heroine fake the marriage because of some family problems, the hero and the heroine marry for real and fall in love, the hero and the heroine have a fight and get separated, the hero and the heroine get back together and live happily ever after The couple - I actually liked them both :) Michael was sometimes a bit cheezy with his expressions, but hell, ok, not that bad. Maggie is great, sharp wit, and doesn't hold anything back, even when she had to pretend with his family :)I just felt some things could have been done better, like her finally opening up to him. It was a big deal, and that scene kind of fell flat to me. It could have been more emotional, ramp it up a bit on that area too, not just the sweetness. But oh well.On to the next one