For years, Jonathan Damon has buried himself in his scientific research, but now his uncle threatens to pull the funding for his lab unless Jonathan makes strides toward marriage and family. So he decides to bring a fake fiancee to his cousin's wedding to mollify his uncle. And the only convenient candidate for this particular experiment is Sarah.
Sarah has been Jonathan's assistant for years, and she knows he's never thought of her in any other way. She's happy to play the part of his fiancee, but being thrown into unusual intimacy with her brilliant, sexy boss stirs up feelings she has never been able to admit before.
If only those feelings could be returned...
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I loved this book! The story was well written with believable characters and dialogue that flowed naturally. Even though it's a short quick read I became attached to the characters and their story. Two thumbs up!
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Here's the basic story:
Girl: I love you because you show me how you feel instead of telling me. Also, I think I'm ugly.
Boy: I need you to help me by acting out the plot of The Proposal.
Girl: Now I'm mad because you only show me how you feel instead of telling me so I'm going to yell at you all the time. And I still think I'm ugly.
Boy: After being clueless the entire book I suddenly realized on my own why you're mad. I'm going to act out the plot from The Wedding Singer to fix everything.
Girl: I changed my mind again. Even though I'm supposed to love you just as you are, I now want you to both show me and tell me how you feel. And maybe I'll believe you don't think I'm ugly.