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The Marriage Trap (Marriage to a Billionaire, #2)

The Marriage Trap (Marriage to a Billionaire, #2) - Jennifer Probst Review from busymomsbookreviews.comThe Marriage Trap is the second book in the Married to a Billionaire series; the main characters are the friend and sister of the couple in the first book. Maggie is a photographer who grew up with emotional distant parents. She doesn't form attachments to men and lives her life however she wants. Conte is the billionaire head of his family and has to control everything. His little sister gets engaged and wants to get married so he has to find a fake wife to fulfill his families’ tradition. He asks Maggie to do it and she agrees if he makes a deal to not go near her sister-in-law ever again. Maggie believes that Conte is in love with her sister-in-law and will eventually break up her brother’s marriage. Things begin to change for both of them in Italy and they have to decide whether they want a real marriage or not. I liked the beginning of this book, but Maggie started to get on my nerves. She refused to believe that Michael only loved her sister as a friend and about half way through the book I was convinced she was a bitch. Conte was overbearing and was really controlling of his sisters, but when Maggie pointed it out and talked to him about it he changed. I liked Maggie at little more by the end of the book, but the middle part pretty much ruined it for me. The sex scenes are ok, but the writing is self is good.