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  • Great bringing of new series

    Devon and Cain are worth rooting for and this was a wonderful read. There was so much in this story, blackmail, manipulation, lies, chemistry and love. The family dynamics was great. Naima Simone never disappoints with her perfect stories. I could not put this book down and can’t wait for anymore books in this series.

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  • Rated 4.5 Stars

    Vows In Name Only was great. It’s steamy. There’s betrayal, secrets, lies, conniving and so much more. I loved the main characters Cole and Devon and their journey as well as the glimpses of secondary characters that have me so intrigued. This is a solid start to what I believe will be a great series. I loved it and highly recommend it. I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

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  • Blackmailed into marriage!

    Cain and Devon gave me a good ole blackmailed into marriage story, and I loved it! They didn’t blackmail each other, no, that was someone else forcing that hand. The problem was, despite the intention to not like the other, they had wicked chemistry, and that wouldn’t be contained. Plus, the more they spent time together, their true nature seeped into their interactions, and the feeling grew. This of course could only lead to a great big blow up and the requisite grovel, san marching band, but there is always next time!

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  • Love this author

    This book is about Cain and Devon. Cain's father has recently passed away. His father was not a good person. In his will he has left specific instructions for Cain to follow in order to maintain his inheritance. Devon's father is a self made millionaire always looking for a way to break into the society of the people born into wealth. He blackmails Cain into marrying his daughter. Her father also blackmails Devon into agreeing with his scheme. This is their story and I found myself routing for them to tell each other the truth so that they could be together. It's a typical romance, with out much mystery, but I found it enjoyable and really like the characters. Hoping to read the future stories with more characters from this book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Wonderful characters with emotion & heat!

    Naima Simone has not only crafted a wonderful arranged marriage/enemies-to-lovers story, but she has also set the stage for an intriguing family drama! Cain and Devon did not have an easy go of things. After a serendipitous encounter in Cain’s gardens – which seemed like the perfect beginning to a fairy-tale love story, reality hits them both with an arranged marriage that is supported by not just a contract, but blackmail on both sides. There was no lack of chemistry and heat between these two, but knowing that they were “enemies” all that chemistry and heat did was fan the flames of their desire and make it harder for them to stay away from each other. These two had so much pain and hurt in their lives, so it was no wonder that it was hard for them to trust in each other and not believe in the lies and deceit that were being thrown at them. Devon really impressed me with her ability to stand up to Cain and not cower when he lashed out, but mostly for her ability to see the good in Cain and recognize that there was more to him. In addition to Cain and Devon’s story, we are introduced to Cain’s two half-siblings – another surprise that he was made aware of upon his father’s death. I loved how Achilles' and Kenan's characters were weaved into this story to give just a hint at what might be coming for both of them, as well as showing how the bonds of brotherhood start to develop between the three of them. For a main like Cain, an only-child who has suffered abuse, trusting others isn’t something that comes easy, and it was perfect watching these three interact and start to lay the groundwork for a real family relationship. This was a short, quick read that still brought an emotional punch. The characters were well developed so it was easy to understand their actions and reactions – which made Cain bearable even though he could be such a jerk to Devon, and even more lovable when he finally lets himself see Devon for who she really is. Naima Simone always delivers a story that has great characters, lots of heat and desire, and emotion that you can read off the page. Another great read that belongs on anyone’s shelf!

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