Max knows that Julia is lying about her baby being his. Never
they have an undeniable sexual compatibility and given his success and social position, he unquestionably needs an heir. They enter into a marriage contract and it appears to be a win-win situation with
the two settling into a comfortable routine. Max soon finds that things aren’t always what
they seem and struggles to make things right, but it appears that it may be too late to save his marriage and make it real.
Julia and Max are likable characters who interact well toge
ther. Julia’s strained relationship with her parents is very well written and
the camaraderie with her roommate/best friend is comfortable and fun. Max has been burned before and finds it difficult to trust Julia, but still finds her irresistible. While
the majority of us will never come close to having
the means of Max and Julia or experiencing
the kind of lifestyle that
their story is
the stuff of romantic dreams and I recommend it.