The Wrong Bride, Catharina Maura
She’s his fiancée’s younger sister. He’s the man she’s always loved.
When her sister doesn’t show up on her wedding day, Raven has no choice but to take her place — but marriage to Ares Windsor is nothing short of torture.
The elusive billionaire media mogul is the man she’s always loved… yet he’s only ever had eyes for her sister.
Married to him at last, Raven is determined to win him over.
After all, everything is fair in love and war.
This is war.
This book is super successful and most readers love it. So, take what I say with a grain of salt. I struggled to connect with the opulence of the world, but that's something I can absolutely vibe with if the character and the story are compelling. In this case, all I really wanted to do was throttle these two. Raven is co-dependent and annoying. Ares is just a pompous dick. Sorry. I didn't connect with them and can't recommend this book at all.
Favorite Quote: "Let's normalize walking away from toxic situations. You don't have to stick it out when your mental health is taking a beating, just because that's what everyone expects of you. It's okay to reassess and decide whether or not a situation is still acceptable to you.