What could a man who already has everything possibly want? How about a baby? Someone to carry on his business when he dies? Nathan Rudolph interviews all the single women in his company. They think they might get a job promotion, but he comes with a marriage license instead. And the winner isn't happy. But he's dealt with difficult people before and is certain that, in no time at all, Amy Watson will be very happy to be Mrs. Nathan Rudolph. So he goes about the business of seducing his spouse. *Warning: the characters in this book may be construed as immature. The hero is a control freak who is underhanded and sneaky. Under the guise of a job promotion, he makes her sign papers so he can do a proxy marriage, and the too-stupid-to-live heroine doesn't even seek legal advice! But that's not the worst of it. This heroine is no kick-butt female. Though she protests the marriage over and over again, she can't "stop" herself from snuggling up to him in bed and enjoys his kisses. She even goes so far as to fulfill one of his fantasies! If this is not your idea of comedy, you're better off avoiding this book.
Used availability for Ruth Ann Nordin's What Nathan Wants
September 2010 : USA Paperback
August 2010 : USA, Australia, Canada, UK Kindle edition