BILLION TO ONE: The Contract Marriage (ENGLISH)


Mel Sweeney Romance

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Tanner Hargreaves is known for being playboy and arrogant. He doesn’t care about women’s feelings. He dumps them whenever and wherever he wants to. He is living the life of a billionaire bachelor, as he is the only heir to all the Hargreaves wealth. But to inherit everything, he needs to follow his grandmother’s last wish – and that is to find a woman to marry. Using his connections, he’ll hire someone to be his wife. He would plan a huge proposal on national television, but he would then accidentally propose to the wrong woman. With his inheritance at stake, and reputation to protect, he’d continue the act and offer her a deal she can’t refuse.
Sloane Enrique became a trending name around the internet when Tanner proposed to her. She’s the total opposite of his ideal girl. After losing all their assets, her family is now left with nothing to support her grandfather’s treatment. All her grandfather wants is for her to settle down and have a family before he dies, and she promised him she’d only marry because of love. But she feels like her grandfather’s running out of time, so she started blind dating. On the day Tanner proposed to her, was also the day she was supposed to meet her blind date.
They both need money but for different reasons, now they’d agree to have a contract and act like a real couple, because if anyone finds out about their secret, both will end up with nothing.
But there is more beyond the contract, he is her first love, and fate reuniting them together gives her hope that their act can possibly become real.


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****10 YEARS AGO***


“And our Miss Bernadotte 2011 is – Sloane Enrique!!!”

“I won? Oh my gosh! I won? Ahhh!!” I exclaimed with a piercing cry expressing my emotion. I did not even surmise the possibility to take part in a pageant, definitely not winning one. I didn’t really want to……


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