Best Fake Day by Tracey RogersGenre: Adult Fiction (Contemporary Romance)
Date Published: December 16, 2013
Publisher: Beachwalk Press, Inc.
Faking it never felt so good.
Wedding photographer and romance lover Izzy Latham dreams of finding her own happily-ever-after. When her former teenage crush arrives at her doorstep, looking sexier than ever, and asks to marry her, it should be her dream come true, right? Wrong. It turns out he doesn't want to actually marry her—he only wants to pretend to marry her.
Marriage hater Jack Carter will do anything to close his latest business deal, including finding a wife. The only person who can help him is his childhood friend, Izzy. Except Izzy isn't a little girl anymore. She's definitely all woman, and there's an attraction between them that's hard to ignore.
Jack has to convince Izzy to fake it, but the problem is that she hates to lie. However, she can't deny her feelings for him either. So when Jack makes her an offer she can't refuse, she reluctantly agrees to help him out.
Faking it is the easy part. But what happens when fake starts to feel so real?
Content Warning: contains sensual sex and occasional strong language.
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Are You A Faker?
Hello everyone. Yes that sounds like a really personal question doesn’t it? But really I’m talking about how far you are willing to go for the one you love.I consider myself to be an honest person, but when I think deeper I’m really not. Not really bad lies or anything. In fact I often wonder if I’m to blame for many things, even though I’m sure I was never there at the time.Who else like me lies to their children every time a tooth falls out. Really, a tooth fairy, the Easter bunny and Santa? But I always say yes of course they are real. Like I tell my husband that I really don’t mind him watching football. It’s those little white lies we tell to make our loved ones feel happy and content. When I ask my husband if I look okay, I’m expecting him to lie to make me feel better!In Best Fake Day Izzy Latham hates to lie. She thinks lies can only do harm. But when Jack Carter, her former teen crush, knocks on her door and asks her to pretend to marry him, she finds it hard to say no. Will she regret it?Are you honest, or do you tell those little white lies?
I live in Staffordshire, UK, with my husband and three wonderful children. An avid reader and writer of romance, I strongly believe that words make the world go around.
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