Ryan Jackson and Elizabeth Valentine can't stand each other. Unfortunately for them, their parents get along great and decide to play matchmaker in a very unusual way. In order to keep their jobs, they will have to get married and spend four months in a remote Alaskan cabin. They accept the terms but are determined that their parents' ruse will never work.
And it all goes according to plan...until Ryan decides he wants to stay in the marriage. Then all bets are off.
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Who Knew a Food Fight Could Lead to More?
She threw two more eggs at him, but they flew by him and landed on the floor. “Stay back!”
“You’re having fun.”
“I am not!” she fibbed.
“I see a smile forming on your lips. You like getting messy.”
“Are you crazy? I have to clean myself and the kitchen up.”
“I told you I have the kitchen covered. And I’ll be happy to take care of you too.”
She knew she couldn’t hold onto the sprayer once he grabbed it. He was too strong for her. She shrieked as he sprayed water all over her.
He stopped and stared at her. “Aren’t you going to run out of the kitchen?”
She hesitated. If she did that, she would get the living room messy.
As if he could read her mind, he asked, “Can I do anything I want to you in this kitchen because you refuse to get the rest of the cabin dirty?”
She struggled to make her wet feet move but her mind refused to go. She was covered in wet flour. It felt like paste. How could she leave a trail of this awful stuff on the floor so she could get to the shower?
“I’m getting closer,” he warned her, stepping towards her.
She anxiously looked at the doorway. She turned to the eggs and threw one at his chest. Before she could throw another one at him, he took her in his arms and kissed her.
With This Ring, I Thee Dread