Real Fantasy Publishing
Rating: 3 Cups
Marco and Venice Goldsmith had a short dating period and engagement. Now married only for three months, they are on the verge of divorce. Nasty arguments and uncertain expectations plague this couple.
They look into a marriage expert's advice on making a contract that would include rules that they must comply to in order to keep peace. However, it seems that even this fourteen-page contract is not enough to keep Marco and Venice together.
Marco believes that Venice does not love him, which hurts him. He seems to have trouble with his temper. Venice, even with good intentions on many issues, seems to approach it the wrong way. Even with this contract, is it enough to save the marriage? Can they put the past behind them and have a future together?
I must say this book, in many ways, confused me, as it seems the story is going one way and then makes an abrupt turn to another thought. I also wish that there was a better chemistry between Marco and Venice. Yet I did enjoy the concept of the storyline and it was a good story to read. It truly made me stop and think about my own marriage and how this story relates to many couples struggling with problems.
Reviewer for CoffeeTime Romance & More