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Sometimes bad isn't good enough....

On the outside, Lyle Tarpin is a clean-cut Hollywood actor whose star is on the rise. Inside, he's battling his own demons, shunning relationships, and finding solace in the arms of a string of anonymous women paid very well for their discretion. But when he's photographed in a compromising position by an over-eager reporter, the only way to save his career is to say that the woman he was with is his fiancée. And now Lyle has to play a very public game with the only woman who's ever managed to get under his skin.

Struggling waitress Sugar Laine agrees to spend one night with Lyle - but only because she's desperate to save her family home. She never expects that a night of passion will turn into a pretend engagement...or that the heat between them will blossom into love.

But sometimes love has a price.

And now the only question is - can Lyle and Sugar afford to pay it?

©2017 J. Kenner (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Julz
  • 09-29-17

Really disappointing

Neither story nor narration up to the usual J Kenner standard. Stilted and unimaginative. Characters not credible. Really poor.