by Bethany Michaels
Publication Date: March 16, 2020
Genres: Adult, Entangled: Lovestruck, Contemporary, Romance, Romantic Comedy


No groom? No Problem.

When her fiancé tries to turn their wedding into a publicity stunt, Jenna ditches the nuptials—and the groom she shouldn’t have been with in the first place—and skips straight to the honeymoon. The getaway driver, her ex-fiancé’s former business partner, Zach, is the perfect guy to help reshape her romantic newlywed itinerary into an anti-couple, anti-romance, anti-honeymoon adventure for two.

They trade couples yoga for kickboxing lessons. Five-star dining on the beach for pizza and beer at a dive bar. Forget couples massage—Jenna’s getting that tattoo she’s always wanted, and dares Zach to get one, too. And those naughty boudoir pics she took in place of romantic sunset snaps? Those aren’t going in anyone’s wedding album. Not that Zach will forget them anytime soon.

As each item on Jenna’s anti-couples list is checked off, the anti-honeymoon with Zach feels more and more like the real thing, and she wishes the list was just a little bit longer…and even steamier.



Jenna’s wedding has been planned down to the last detail by her fiancé and the only thing she wanted was to have the family of her heart in the front row of the ceremony. When her fiancé even changes those plans she realizes that marriage to this man is not what she wants so she becomes the runaway bride when she believes Zach is an uber driver.

Zach was invited to the wedding by her fiancé but since their relationship ended on a sour note, he doesn’t know why he is even here. When Jenna decides to go on the honeymoon she planned without her groom he arranges to ensure she gets there safely but once they get there he is reluctant to leave especially when they decide to take her list and make it their own.

These two were so much fun together. Jenna shows Zach that there is more to life than work while Zach showed Jenna a sensitive and caring side that he kept hidden from most of the people in his life. There was a little drama along the way but there is no doubting that they are a perfect match.



Bethany Michaels is the author of over a dozen contemporary novels and novellas as well as a handful of Regency-set historicals and light paranormal romances. The first book in her Nashville country music series, Nashville Heat, was an RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Award nominee.

When not working on her next book, Bethany enjoys movies, traveling, camping, hiking, and volunteering with her kids’ scout troops. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and four teens.

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I’m always willing to help damsels in distress, but you want to tell me what the hell is going on?” Zach was trying to focus on fact-finding and although he was relieved to have regained the power of speech, his heart beat out a rhythm roughly equivalent to being chased by a bear.

“I’m not a damsel,” she said, her face turned down as she twisted the giant rock of an engagement ring on her third finger round and round. “It’s possible I may be in distress.”

Oh, Jesus, Mary and Joseph. She wasn’t going to cry, was she? Please, please don’t let her cry.

She let out a few shallow breaths. “I’m sorry. I’m not sure if Elliot already paid you, since the wedding planner arranged for the car service, but I’ll pay extra if you could just wait here a moment. I just need to…think a minute.”

Elliot. As in Elliot Hansen. Of course. What other bride would be escaping the church but Elliot’s? His enemy’s runaway bride was running away in the back seat of Zach’s car. And she thought he was the chauffeur Elliot had hired.

Zach had thought up a lot of sweet revenge possibilities since Elliot had screwed him over, but this was better than all of them put together and multiplied by a factor of 5000.

“Take as long as you need. But I should tell you, I’m not the driver your fiancé hired



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