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A Negotiated Marriage by Noelle Adams Review

Title: A Negotiated Marriage

Author: Noelle Adams

First published January 11, 2013

182 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9781481922722

Rating: 3.79


A Negotiated Marriage follows the story of Molly who has been in a marriage of convenience with her high-powered CEO husband, Luke, for three years. However, things take an unexpected turn when Luke wants to add a new condition to their agreement – sex, without any emotional attachment.

Molly, determined to keep her heart out of the equation, agrees to the terms. But as their physical relationship intensifies, Molly realizes that keeping her feelings at bay is easier said than done.

When an old lover comes back into the picture, offering Molly the chance for a real relationship, she must decide whether to follow her heart or stay true to the agreement with Luke. Will she choose the man who has never admitted he wants her heart, or the one who has always accepted it?

Find out in A Negotiated Marriage.

About the Author

At the age of twelve, Noelle penned her first love story in a spiral notebook, and she has been writing ever since. Over the years, she has lived in eight different states, but she now calls Virginia her home.

When she isn’t teaching English, Noelle is an avid reader and spoils her cocker spaniel with treats.

Noelle has a passion for travel, art, history, and ice cream. After completing graduate school, she realized that her true calling was writing contemporary romances.

She has since reoriented her priorities and is now focused on pursuing her dream.

Editoral Review

Noelle Adams A Negotiated Marriage is a romance novel that explores the themes of love, commitment, and societal expectations. Published on January 11, 2013, it is a popular book that has gained a wide following in the romance genre.

The novel is set in contemporary times and is about a young woman named Lauren who is forced to marry her high school crush, Nick, due to a deal that her father made with Nick’s grandfather. Lauren and Nick’s marriage is one that is not based on love, but rather on a business deal that they must adhere to.

Throughout the novel, readers are taken on a journey alongside Lauren and Nick as they navigate their newfound relationship and the expectations that come with it. Noelle Adams writing style is engaging and draws readers in with her descriptive language and character development.

The setting of the novel is well-crafted, and the emotions of the characters are well-portrayed. The pacing of the novel is steady, and readers will find themselves engaged throughout the book.

One of the strengths of the book is the character development. Adams does an excellent job of fleshing out the characters, particularly Lauren and Nick.

Their stories are captivating, and readers will find themselves rooting for them throughout the book. The pacing of the novel is also a strength, as it keeps readers on their toes and engaged throughout.

While the overall quality of writing is good, some readers may find that the book lacks originality, as the arranged marriage trope is one that has been explored in the romance genre before. Additionally, the resolution of the novel may feel rushed to some readers, as the storylines are tied up a little too quickly.

Overall, A Negotiated Marriage is a solid romance novel that explores the themes of love, commitment, and societal expectations. It is recommended for readers who enjoy contemporary romance novels with engaging characters and a steady pace.

Rating: 3.5/5

Criteria for rating: Character development, pacing, plot structure, style, originality, entertainment value.