Who ever heard of an arranged marriage in this day and age?
Apparently, it’s a thing.
But what happens when strangers marry only to discover they’re connected in ways neither could’ve ever imagined—or wanted?
Kate Jensen lost everything when her husband died. To protect her broken heart she’s vowed to never be vulnerable to love again. The problem is she can’t shake the longing for a family of her own. With the help of a psychic matchmaker, Kate agrees to marry Jack Cardwell, a computer genius with trust issues. The marriage allows them to have the family they both want and it’ll be based on friendship—and absolutely nothing more.
But when they meet, Jack is the nerdy jock in the funny t-shirts Kate loves to ogle from a distance, and Kate is the stranger who’s been starring in all of Jack’s steamiest fantasies. When sparks fly, sexy and hilarious antics ensue.
Unfortunately, the honeymoon doesn’t last. Jack failed to mention the spies who want to steal his computer program, as well as the federal agents that have invaded his life like malware. If that’s not bad enough, Kate has holes in her past she can’t explain, even to herself.
Their secrets ultimately collide to reveal alarming connections between them, ones that change everything they thought they knew about themselves and each other. They’ll have to face their deepest fears if love is to save the day.
For more about Reading the Signs, you can read deleted scenes here, view the photo gallery here, and watch a video that inspired me here. You can even read an excerpt here.
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