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Scoring a Fake Fiancee
by Delancey Stewart




Overview -

The engagement is fake, but the feelings are real.

TRACE:

My twin sister found love using the dating site everyone in San Diego is talking about -- Mr. Match. And now that she's happily coupled, she thinks I should look for my match.

The thing is? I'm pretty sure I don't have one. I've got soccer. And maybe that's all I need-it's definitely the only thing I've ever really been able to depend on, besides my sister.

I signed up. But what I got was not what I expected.

I did not expect to feel so much for a woman I'd only just met. And I definitely didn't expect to find myself agreeing to pretend to be her fianc . The thing is, even though I've only known her a short time, I'd do just about anything to get to know her better. Even if anything includes lying to her terrifying mother.

The question is, if this is all pretend, why does it feel so real?

MAGALIE:

Maybe convincing my mother I was engaged wasn't the right way to get out of the arranged marriage she was trying to force on me.

And maybe using a site designed to match you with your soul mate wasn't the right way to find someone to convince my mother I was engaged.

And maybe there's a lot more to my fake fianc Trace Johnson than he's willing to show the world.

I wish I didn't want so badly to find out what's beneath his bravado (and his shirt).

* * *
Has Mr. Match met a match he can't handle? Grab your balls and hang on -- the second book in the hilarious Mr. Match series is here, and it's full of snort-laugh moments, jokes about balls (c'mon...it's a soccer book ), and the best Christmas-themed double-engagement epilogue in the history of, well, Christmas-themed double-engagement epilogues.

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Overview

The engagement is fake, but the feelings are real.

TRACE:

My twin sister found love using the dating site everyone in San Diego is talking about -- Mr. Match. And now that she's happily coupled, she thinks I should look for my match.

The thing is? I'm pretty sure I don't have one. I've got soccer. And maybe that's all I need-it's definitely the only thing I've ever really been able to depend on, besides my sister.

I signed up. But what I got was not what I expected.

I did not expect to feel so much for a woman I'd only just met. And I definitely didn't expect to find myself agreeing to pretend to be her fianc . The thing is, even though I've only known her a short time, I'd do just about anything to get to know her better. Even if anything includes lying to her terrifying mother.

The question is, if this is all pretend, why does it feel so real?

MAGALIE:

Maybe convincing my mother I was engaged wasn't the right way to get out of the arranged marriage she was trying to force on me.

And maybe using a site designed to match you with your soul mate wasn't the right way to find someone to convince my mother I was engaged.

And maybe there's a lot more to my fake fianc Trace Johnson than he's willing to show the world.

I wish I didn't want so badly to find out what's beneath his bravado (and his shirt).

* * *
Has Mr. Match met a match he can't handle? Grab your balls and hang on -- the second book in the hilarious Mr. Match series is here, and it's full of snort-laugh moments, jokes about balls (c'mon...it's a soccer book ), and the best Christmas-themed double-engagement epilogue in the history of, well, Christmas-themed double-engagement epilogues.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781087817781
  • ISBN-10: 1087817781
  • Publisher: Nancy Smay
  • Publish Date: November 2019
  • Page Count: 288
  • Dimensions: 8 x 5.25 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.66 pounds

Series: Mr. Match #2

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