I read all the books Kendall Ryan wrote and I really love her style. After finishing ‘Fix-Up’, I realized that I didn’t write a review for ‘Hitched’ so I decided to re-read and write a review for both ‘Imperfect Love’ Series aka Hitched and ‘Fix-Up’. This is the second time I am reading the whole series so yes you can easily read it more than once 🙂 Hitched is written from dual POVs and it is a fast-paced, fun, sweet and sexy.
Noah Tate and Olivia Cane are the children of the founding partners of a billion-dollar company. They knew that one day they will inherit the company and manage it as co-CEOs. After Noah’s dad passed away and Olivia’s dad getting cancer, company is going through a rough patch. In order to save the company Olivia and Noah works really hard, what they couldn’t predict was Board of Directors to push Noah’s father’s will in motion. According to the will Olivia and Noah has to get married and produce an heir within three months. Now they have two choices either get married to each other or lose the company.
Olivia is a very smart, beautiful, romantic and stubborn woman, who is a workaholic. She will do anything to save her father’s company. On the other hand, Noah is sexy, fun, caring, laid-back and work hard, play harder kind of guy. However, just like Olivia he will do whatever it takes to save the company.
Through out the series, you see that they are not perfect. Olivia tends to run away when she faces an obstacle and lack of communication will cause Noah a lot of troubles. Seeing Noah try to charm Olivia’s pants off was funny and sexy. Even though, the marriage started as contract in time it changes something different. I was nice to read how they figured out their feelings runs deeper then just friendship.
If you are looking for something fun, sexy and fast to read, you should read ‘Hitched’. You can easily read whole series in one sitting and you guys are lucky because you don’t have to wait to learn what will happen next at the end of the books 🙂
- Would I recommend this series: Yes.
- Would I re-read this series: Already did.
- Would I read future books by this author: Yes.