Married for a Month by Susan Mallery


Taylor McGuire, a hardworking single mom with a Ph.D. in psychology, believes that compatibility is the key to a successful marriage. Bestselling relationship guru Jonathan Kirby believes it’s sexual chemistry. So when these two former lovers meet up on national TV, it’s more than just a difference of expert opinion that sets the sparks flying between them. And when Taylor puts forth her theory on love, Jonathan can’t help but challenge: “Want to bet?” So begins an unconventional contest — forty couples involved in a monthlong mock marriage for a chance to win one million dollars — which puts Taylor’s and Jonathan’s professional reputations on the line. As the competition heats up, so does the attraction. And as they fall for each other, the two experts realize that love is not a science…sometimes it’s just magic.

REVIEW: I have been on a Susan Mallery kick lately and I have been reading anything of hers that I can find. This is one of her earlier works, and I have to say that I am glad that she has gotten better with each book. This book isn’t one of her best works.

I never really felt the chemistry between any of the characters, especially Jonathan and Taylor. It was a very blah book for me.

I read this as part of the Winter Reading Challenge: Read a book that has 4 words in the title

I give this book a 3 out of 5


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