Imagine a woman writes a book and now she is talking about how she wrote it. She wants to get some feedback before she completes it, so she asks some family members to read the book and tell her their opinion. In one of her sentences she said:
"My husband is one of those whom I got to read my book."
This sentence seemed ok to me at first, but then I thought it might be ambiguous because of the structure "......got to read my book", because the structure "...got to do..." has a meaning like "to have an opportunity to do something.",
So, in that case, the sentence above might also mean "I had the opportunity to read my book to my husband", which is not what I wanted. But, still, as I am not a native speaker, I can't be sure, so I wanted to ask:
Does the structure "...got to do..." in the above sentence make the sentence ambiguous or not?