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From Wall Street Journal and USA Today best seller Vivian Wood

Nothing this fake should feel so good.

CEO Connor Cavanaugh is a man in charge. He dominates in meeting rooms and at the gym, and his sinfully sexy body is proof. His upcoming wedding is supposed to seal the deal, putting his company in the spotlight and making it rain.

That all goes down in flames when he walks in on his bride-to-be with another man.

No one can know that a woman tried to make a fool of Connor Cavanaugh.

Cancelling the wedding is the only option...until he spots a gorgeous brunette at the wedding planner's office. Samantha. The perfect fake fiancée.

She has a body that makes him want to walk her over the threshold, but she's sweet. Harmless. She'll suit the position perfectly.

The only problem? Samantha has a wicked smile that keeps him up at night. Every day she's more tempting than the last.

He swore he wouldn't f - k around with his fake fiancée. He signed a contract. He paid. But the more he sees, the more he wants.... Too bad Sam has plans of her own.

©2017 Vivian Wood (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Good story

The story is good. Lovely romance about a agreement to marry for business reasons that turns into something much more personal. The narration by August James was horrible: could tell the difference between his male and female voice and the male voice sounded too feminine. Would have been better if Noelle would have done The Who
W thing. She at least had a better male voice. The story was the only reason I listened to the entire book, well that and Noelle’s narration. This is not one I will ever listen to again.