on January 8, 2019
Faking it never felt so good in this red-hot new standalone by New York Times bestselling author K. Bromberg — available in audio first!
Zane Phillips mistook me for his dog walker. It shouldn’t surprise me that the man with a suit more expensive than my rent would assume that I was there to serve him. The positive? I put him in his place. The negative? I missed my job interview because of it.
Now I find out he’s a rich Australian entrepreneur, and he wants to make up for tanking my interview. Yes, he’s impossibly hot — but he’s also an arrogant jackass — so... no thanks.
But after a little white lie I tell spirals out of control, I’m somehow offered the chance to play Zane’s girlfriend to help promote his new dating website — and the best part? He can’t say no because he’ll get caught in his lie too.
Little did I know this would entail sharing a tour bus with him for the next few months. The fact that the bus has just one bed isn’t the most ideal of circumstances, but this spokesperson gig might be the kick in the pants my career needs, so why not take a chance?
Famous last words.
Now I’m crisscrossing the country — and sharing that bed — with the one guy I can’t stand. And even worse, my traitorous body is wondering at every turn what it’s like to be down under the gorgeous Australian. But as the miles unfurl, so does our passion… and if I’m not careful, I might end up believing that fairytales really do come true.
This is the first time i rate a K. Bromberg book a 3⭐️
It was nice, but so predictable. It made me laugh a couple of times, but i could easily put it down to go to sleep (never a good sign for me).
I felt like i knew for sure everything that was going to happen.
I mean, they start a fake relationship for the sake of him launching a new succesful business, so of course she falls in love along the way, he gets scared and lets her go, but then someone points out to him that he’s also in love and stop being afraid and they lived happily ever after. 🙄
Note to myself: you’re exactly like the heroine’s mother. When your daughter grows up, don’t do what that lady does, don’t oversell the pink fairytales and don’t interfere.