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Marriage of Inconvenience (Knitting in the City #7)

Wall Street Journal and USA Today Best SellerThere are three things you need to know about Kat Tanner (aka Kathleen Tyson. . . and yes, she is *that* Kathleen Tyson): 1) Shes determined to make good decisions, 2) She must get married ASAP, and 3) She knows how to knit.Being a billionaire heiress isnt all its cracked up to be. In fact, it sucks. Determined to live a quiet life, Kat Tanner changed her identity years ago and eschewed her familys legacy. But now, Kats silver spoon past has finally caught up with her, and so have her youthful mistakes. To avoid imminent disaster, she must marry immediately; it is essential that the person she chooses have no romantic feelings for her whatsoever and be completely trustworthy.Fortunately, she knows exactly who to ask. Dan OMalley checks all the boxes: single, romantically indifferent to her, completely trustworthy. Sure, she might have a wee little crush on Dan the Security Man, but with clear rules, expectations, and a legally binding contract, Kat is certain she can make it through this debacle with her sanityand heartall in one piece.Except, what happens when Dan OMalley isnt as indifferentor as trustworthyas she thought?...

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Marriage of Inconvenience (Knitting in the City #7) Reviews

  • DJ Sakata

    Favorite Quotes:

    They have this turkey sub with stuffing and cranberry sauce. It’s like Thanksgiving in a sandwich, but without the additional seasoning of my drunk uncle Zip’s politics, or my sister Cathy’s failed attempts at pumpkin pie. The woman never met a recipe she didn’t want to ruin by making it vegan. What the fuck is almond milk? They don’t call it ‘nut juice’ but that’s exactly what it is.

    My stomach colluded with my heart to switch places because—if my brain could be trusted—it looked
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  • Aisling Zena

    +5 stars

    18/3/18



    I don't think any review I write will do this book any justice. For that matter, I doubt any of my reviews do Penny Reid's books justice. So instead of analysing or doing a step by step of the plot, I'm just saying read it. Read the series! Give it a chance, stick through the first book and you will slowly but surely fall in love with the writing, the plots and the characters.

    My only regret is that this series is now at an end. I shall live off the re-reads until the next book and
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    And it's a wrap. With Marriage of Inconvenience Penny Reid brings her Knitting in the City series full circle. I wanted to see Dan's story when he first appeared in Neanderthal Seeks Human, riding the elevator with Janie, telling her "You're very big." Yup, that was all it took for me. Over the course of the series it became a forgone conclusion who Dan would end up with and finally, FINALLY we have Kat and Dan's story in our hands.

    One word about Scenes in the

    But I'd never felt the shitty feeling in my chest until I met Kat Tanner. Like I couldn't draw a full breath when she was around. Actually, scratch that. I couldn't draw a full breath sometimes when I simply thought about her.


    The handsome security guy doesn't bat an eye - he gives the puzzle presented to him serious thought and comes up with a solution. And ladies, this is the essence of Dan. He is super-smart, patient and a good, GOOD man. He's witty, tender, hot and and swears like a sailor, just how I like them. And it wouldn't be Dan if he wasn't the baddest of badasses. The speech he gave Kat's cousin was epic. I also adored how much he loved his mother, who by the way is one of my all-time favorite moms of a main character.



    Kat has been through a lot and knows that actions have consequences so this is how she lives her life - controlled, always with an eye on possible fallout if a situation goes awry. She isn't very good at relaxing and lives a lot in her head. Dan's gentle, easy-going and patient personality is perfect for her. I loved that he coaxed her out of her shell and in the end, even though she still dwelled on the ramifications when she acted spontaneously or intuitively it never became a big deal again.

    “Parts of you are ugly and messy. I still want you. I want the ugly and the beautiful and everything in between. You don’t pick and choose the parts of a person you want. Shit, I’m the ugliest fucker I know, and I want to give it all to you.”


    As a couple they communicated really well after they cleared any misunderstanding. I loved how into each other they were, they loved the other ones imperfections and singularity. There was no doubt that they were crazy about each other. I loved them so much together. Were there frustrating parts? Sure - saying that this story is a slow burn is a huge understatement but there is a reason for it and I loved how the author approached it.



    I loved her so fucking much, part of me thought maybe I wouldn’t be able to last another ten minutes without her in my arms. My heart would give out. I’d die. BAM. Kaput. The end.


    Penny Reid doesn't write run-of-the-mill characters. They are always unique with adorable, endearing quirks, intelligent and generally good people. As a reader you wish they were real so that you could be friends with them. I'd so sit in their knitting group if they were.

    The chapters in this author's books always start with either a quote or a fact that helps to deepen the reader's comprehension of the story. The scientist in me loves that and Marriage of Inconvenience stays true to this concept. If you are wondering if this can be read as a standalone...I actually think you can but you will end up cursing yourself that you didn't read the previous books in this series just because it's so good.

    Ms Reid gives us the chance to say goodbye to all of the characters we have come to love. All of them are there with support and advice if any of their friends need it and you know that no matter where life takes them, they will always be in each others' lives.

    “This man, does his name rhyme with fan?”

    I laughed, rubbing my forehead. “I can’t tell you.”

    “Will you tell me if it rhymes with pan?”

    I laughed harder, but chided, “Sandra. I can’t tell you.”

    “Hmm.” She looked like she was trying not to smile, her green eyes bright and happy. “Okay, fine. You’re not going to tell me. Fine. So, this man, let’s call him Dan—”


    Marriage of Inconvenience is a worthy and beautiful conclusion to the Knitting in the City series. It is heavy with Penny Reid's signature quirky humor, has a smart story line and emotionally charged. So now it's time for me to let go Janie and Quinn, Elizabeth and Nico, Sandra and Alex , Ashley and Drew, Fiona and Greg, Marie and Matt and finally, Kat and Dan. I'm pretty sure we'll see them pop up in other books by this author...and thank God for re-reads.

    “I’m in love with you. You’re my fucking—fucking sunshine. My goddamn everything. You’re the center of my whole fucking universe. I’d give up swearing for you, I swear. If you asked, I’d never say the word fuck ever again, that’s how much I love you. I love you more than fuck, so that’s a whole-fuckavalot.”






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  • Fatimama

    This is prolly the worst book I’ve read from PR.

    Why?

    - book was too long

    - too convoluted, too many things going on

    - H/h had so many issues and misunderstandings

    - H/h didn’t make love until around 90% of a long-ass book

    - Where’s the romance?! I couldn’t believe the romance, there was no spark between the H/h.

    This would have benefited from more editing and removing / simplifying some side plots. The writing was boring AF.

  • JewelsyGoolsy

    3.5 stars. Started off really well, but by the second half, the MCs lost the spotlight and swoons, only to be replaced by corporation politics, espionage and a million other things that I had to wade through. Ah well, it was still enjoyable nonetheless and had a HEA 15 years on with all the other characters from this series.

  • Dali

    A Marriage of Inconvenience with the possibility of more? Sure. Count me in. A Marriage of inconvenience skillfully crafted with engaging characters, a fresh spin to the trope, and a wonderful blend of wit, sexual tension and heartfelt moments that will make it impossible for you to put your eReader down? ABSOLUTELY!

    Kat Tanner is a reluctant heiress. She would have liked to cut all strings to her family, but now it seems that in order to circumvent certain disaster she is in dire need of a husba



    As with all beloved series, the ending is bittersweet. We want to see everyone happily ride into the sunset while wishing the series would keep on going, but without a doubt the overriding emotion was joyful excitement over getting to know a couple whose story has been in the making for a long time. I enjoyed every single beautifully strung word and was pleased and satisfied with this last chapter in the Knitting in the City Series.



    Reid pens a fascinating and delightful romance that vibrates with humor, drama and a whole lot of wonderful friendship from the loveable knitters and their respective partners. The antics, camaraderie and loyalty between the ladies will make you want to be part of their close knit tribe.



    The chemistry between Kat and Dan is appealing, full of warmth and enhanced by Reid’s brilliant plotting and character development which gives us two seemingly different individuals with different backgrounds and equally dissimilar struggles but who complement one another perfectly. I loved Kat’s journey of self-discovery and hers and Dan’s heart melting romance.



    There were so many incredible moments and the best aren’t restricted to the romantic portions. Besides the aforementioned knitting sisterhood there’s also Penny’s ability to educate while entertaining. I always appreciate the snippets of information included in the epigraphs as related to the story. I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next!

    Marriage of Inconvenience is standalone contemporary romance by Penny Reid. T told from both points of view with lots of cursing and happily ever after that will leave you delighted. A must read for any romantic comedy lover.

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  • Lady Heather



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    I finished this book last night and the first thing I wanted to do as soon as I woke up was tell everybody how friggin great this book was.

    Marriage of Inconvenience is the last book in the "Knitting in the City" Series.

    THE. LAST. BOOK.

    I don't know if you realize the magnitude of this statement.

    You se
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  • Paige

    5 “Gratitude” Stars

    The PERFECT way to end one of my favorite series. Kat and Dan’s story was so worth the wait.

    Marriage of Inconvenience is a story years in the making. It’s a story that brings the whole series full circle, brings together the entire Knitting family and made me fall head over heels in love with Dan and Kat. Their journey together was not straight. But it was perfectly them. Ms. Reid created a love story that went above and beyond all my expectations and left me a little weepy b
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