Marry Me is a steamy contemporary romance where Dylan McClain, world-renown television and film bad boy, is paired with the beautiful, if not slightly tragic artist, Andromeda Devlyn on a reality television game show called Marry Me. On the show, a star is partnered with an unknown fan or minor celebrity to compete in brutal challenges for the chance to win two million dollars, a real relationship, and a marriage.
After an ex-lover pens a scathing tell-all book that destroys Dylan's career, his agent persuades Dylan to enter Marry Me as a means to rehabilitate his reputation. With the help of a friend, Dylan convinces a local artist showing her work at a lightly attended art exhibition to go on the show with him for two million dollars. Desperate for money, Andromeda, who everyone calls Andi, reluctantly agrees to do the show which would end in marriage whether she won or not. As a means of boosting Dylan's backsliding career and abysmal reputation, Andi will have to become his wife no matter what happens in the competition, but she'll also be two million dollars richer. All she has to do is show up at the marriage house on the first day of filming.
After grappling with herself, Andi promises to do the show. While competing, Andi and Dylan are tested to the absolute bounds of their sanity. Despite being polar opposites who almost hate one another, they become allies in grueling challenges that eventually bring them together. As an unbreakable bond forms from lust, sex, and friendship, there is only one thing that can shatter them... When that one thing becomes 'things'...their vow to marry disintegrates...as the world watches their every move.
Marry Me is an exciting contemporary romance with plenty of steam, enemies to lovers, and a very hard to get to, but completely satisfying HEA. For fans of reality television shows and enemies to lovers romances, Marry Me will be a fun ride you won't want to miss.