Tag: #FakeMarriage

The Imposter by Brenda Rothert

The secret to being the best man at your twin brother’s wedding to the woman you’ve been in love with since you were an awkward adolescent? There are two, actually: a solid game face and a bottle of strong whiskey.

What to do when things implode the night before the wedding and aforementioned dream girl asks you to stand in as the groom, though? Say yes, of course, and wing it. Don’t let it slip that you weren’t faking that kiss that left her dazed and breathless and definitely don’t mention that it’s no hardship at all to pretend she’s your wife for a weeklong honeymoon in Hawaii. And when you run into two of your hockey teammates at the resort, let them believe you lost your mind and married someone you’ve never even mentioned to them.

When she starts to have feelings for you, though? This part’s important—don’t, under any circumstances, confess that you’ve been in love with her for more than a decade. You’ll ruin everything.

 

The Proposal by Brenda Rothert

They call me the Ice Queen.
I take it as a compliment, because owning a pro hockey team requires a certain ruthlessness. But my penchant for ball busting has made me political enemies, and one of them has the clout to get me deported back to my home country of Russia. There’s only one solution: I have to get married, and fast.
Enter Colby Harrison.
He’s an easygoing forward on my team who meets my only requirement: he’s a single US citizen. I talk him into a fake, married only on paper arrangement, solving my problem. That is, until we move in together, clashing at every turn. We only get along in one place, which is how I discover that my aloof new husband is a different man in bed. He demands that I give up the one thing I cherish most: control.
I own him on paper. He owns me in the bedroom. And soon, I start wondering if I’m the only one who’s not faking it anymore.

 

Matrimonially Yours by Hayley Faiman

She’s a spoiled heiress. He’s a hardened police detective. Their marriage is fake … but it doesn’t have to stay that way, does it?

Lucinda Astor has always been a bit of a spoiled brat. At least that’s the way it appears from the outside looking in. She’s the baby of the family, the only girl, and has always had her dad wrapped around her finger.

She’s had a hard couple of years. During that time, she’s become obsessed with someone who helped her. He saved her. He can continue to save her … if only she can figure out how to get him all to herself.

He’s been married, divorced, and is now focused on work and only work. Savage Chenault is a detective and nothing else. He wants the second half of his life to be nothing but cruising down easy street. Then his world becomes a bit more complicated when he meets a twenty-six-year-old princess.

Lucinda Astor is sexy as sin. She’s also thirty years his junior. She’s everything he shouldn’t want. She’s spoiled. She’s young. She’s going to want a family. But more importantly, she’s going to have expectations.

The marriage may begin fake, but can it stay that way?