Summary of The Marriage Fix. Lecie de Laurent is dying to cut the apron strings and strike out on her own. With the house and the money she's inherited from Edouard Renault, she finally has her chance without financial repercussions from Papa. California is an intoxicating place for the sheltered, high society girl from France, and she's not ready to leave when her father insists she return home. Lecie's father, Maurice de Laurent is a powerful man who will stop at nothing to get what he wants--just ask her brothers, Julian and Andre. When Maurice threatens to have Lecie deported (thinking she'll come home), Lecie retaliates in true de Laurent fashion. Nick Matthews desperately needs cash, after his fiancée leaves him deeply in debt the day before their wedding. On the verge of losing his popular restaurant, Nick decides to seek out an investor to help pay off the debt. The answer to both their problems just might be wrapped up in The Marriage Fix.
The Marriage Fix is a nice end to the series. I really liked the first two books in Edwards' series. Lecie had experienced her father's meddling ways for years--so her story just had to be told. The author creates very likeable characters and readers will really just want a happy, fairy tale ending for Lecie.
The Marriage Fix is a clean romance. I do like Edwards' writing style. I am not a fan of sex-filled, romance novels--and The Billionaire Games were all well written romance stories--without the sexy details.
Would I recommend The Marriage Fix? Yes--it's a light, quick, romantic read with a fairy tale twist. I don't think it is really necessary to read the other books in the series first--although you may want to! This was not my favorite book of the series--but, had I read it as a stand-alone story, I wouldn't have had the other two to compare with it! While I don't think it was the best book of The Billionaire Games, it is a good, clean, romance novel--great for a quick read and a smile.