glorified secretary who thinks color-coding my library is a wild Friday night.
So when he shows up after all this time wanting to make good on our childhood
deal to tie the knot, it’s not because he can’t resist my perfect credit score.
I’m the (safe, sensible) girl for the job. I would be insulted… if the proposal
didn’t come with an all-expenses-paid trip to England while he shoots a new
movie version of ’Pride & Prejudice.’
nights with a chiseled hunk who knows all the right moves.
But all our fake-smoldering is getting my very real panties in a twist. It turns
out, Jax is so much more than just a reckless playboy. He makes me want to
forget our ‘arrangement’.. and break all the rules.
scheming actresses, control-freak PR crews, and a pesky little thing called
love ruin the best (fake) relationship of my life?
This was a book that kept me up and I had no idea what time it was. I crashed at 12:50am after reading this straight through! Thank goodness it was Saturday night so I still have Sunday to rest before I have to go back to work tomorrow (BOO!)
Penny is going on another Tinder date – which personally, I think of Tinder as a hook-up site not a relationship site but that kinda explains Penny’s previous dates. After her boyfriend breaks up with her for not being impulsive enough (read as she was BORING), she’s starting back over. She runs into her former childhood friend that she made a marriage pact with, who is also Hollywood star Jax.
Jax needs an overhaul to his image, if he wants this super hero role. When he runs into his old friend Penny, it’s perfect! He’s attracted to her, she’s unknown and she knows him from before Hollywood.
This was so many things. A romantic comedy, plus Pride and Prejudice thrown in. How could you not want to read this?!