Isaak is a Russian billionaire whose uncle recently died. He found a contract that explained a marriage of convenience with a woman named Kate. Assuming that Kate was a heartless gold digger, he meets her and gives her two options: pay back the money she received from his uncle or marry him instead.
Kate is determined that this is the last thing she is going to do for her worthless family: selling herself to get the family business out of debt. She decides to marry Isaak, but makes sure he understands that sex is off the table since they will not be living as a true married couple.
This book was an unexpected sweet story. I think that is because Isaak grew to understand her reasons for a loveless marriage. In the beginning Isaak seemed to be ruthless, but ended up being more of a gentleman than I anticipated.
His reasons for falling in love? From what I could gather, he decided not to be a playboy anymore.
Might as well fall in love.
Not the most romantic, but it works for the story line.
I do not think Kate should have done so much for her family considering how ungrateful and greedy they were. She was not a shrinking violet when it came to keeping her ground with Isaak, so I could not understand why she yielded to such an extent. At least she has a happy ending with Isaak.