I don't normally review books I download for free, but this one is the first in the author's Once Upon a Wedding series and is intended as a marketing tool for the others.
Also, the book in general is readable, and what I really didn't like about it may be totally fine for you, so I'll include a link to her Amazon page. (The grammar, spelling, and Kindle formatting issues mentioned in some of the reviews seem to have been fixed, though there are still one or two areas of uncertain pronouns.)
In all fairness, I didn't finish the book. I couldn't because I found the hero so incredibly unlikable, and although we are told repeatedly how honorable he is, we are shown a petty, immature, misogynistic, liar. The central conflict of the book, the "scandalous" secret, could have been cleared up with a five minute conversation with his mother. He had no reason to treat the heroine as he does, he just lies, and lies, and then lies some more, while everyone tells us how fucking honorable he is. That word does not mean what you think it means.
I hated him. And I quit reading because I did not want to see such a thoroughly despicable man get a HEA. And because although the heroine is unrealistically naive and has moments of shining stupidity, I didn't hate her. But I would have, as soon as she forgave him his assholery.
The ebook is available free on Amazon, and if you can abide asshole "heroes" I recommend you judge for yourself. Sadly, as an inspiration to buy the other books, it failed for me.