Andrew Weston and Jill Walsh had to be the two most unlikely people to fall in love. When Jill's first husband's love for her simply fizzled and died, Jill knew she'd never trust that love could last again. After Andrew's first love betrayed him in the most brutal way possible, he knew he might fall in love again someday, but there was no way he'd ever make himself vulnerable again by confessing those feelings if he did.
Fate had a different ending in mind for these two, though, and when Andrew discovers his love for Jill, he knows the only way to get her to stay with him forever is to offer her an iron clad penalty clause in a prenuptial agreement. He stays with her forever or he loses everything he owns. The millions he's worked for, his property, his cars, everything. Now he just needs to hope that's enough to hold onto Jill forever.
Penalty Clause is Book Two of the Sutton Capital Series.
Penalty Clause is about a man and a women who have both been hurt by their ex lovers, and think that they probably won't be able to be in a love relationship again. Jill just got divorced recently because her husband left her for his mistress. Now she's back at her grandparents house, and she finds a companion with the man next door. They've known each other for a really long time but there was a age difference between them that kept them apart. Now though they both feel the attraction, but again they don't want the "love" relationship. This book was okay. I got some what frustrated with the characters, but then when I wished they would just resolved the problem it was resolved so that made me happy. A lot of the drama wasn't drawn out to unwanted proportions. It was a nice read, with a sweet romance. And a little bit of suspense as well.