Kara has always been attracted to Eli, but he’s marrying her sister. She can handle being the event planner for the wedding. It’s not like Eli was interested in her. But when her sister calls off the wedding, Eli realized that he had been dating the wrong sister. He has plans to seduce Kara and doesn’t care if it causes a scandal.
Kara feels guilty for being so interested in Eli. It’s like she’s betraying her sister. After all, Eli and her sister had been dating until a few days ago. But when Eli whisks her away to his romantic hotel — a week after the wedding had been called off — Kara has a difficult time fighting temptation. However, she has had a crush on him for too long to be seduced and then discarded. Could he really be interested in her?
Eli is all too aware that she compromised her beliefs and self-respect to have an illicit affair with him. Most people would think he was in it for rebound or revenge sex. Did Kara think the same? How was he going to convince Kara that they should continue to be together?
On the Verge of I Do is about a couple who is perfect for each other but in the eyes of society shouldn’t be together. This book is very sexy and romantic as they embark on a fantasy getaway. It’s is a Harlequin Desire and is part of the Dynasties: The Kincaid series.