Just for Show
What happens when an overachieving psychologist with OCD tendencies and an impulsive, out-of-work actress start a fake relationship?
Claire Renshaw thought she had it all: a successful career as a couples therapist, a publishing contract for her self-help book, and a happy relationship. But her perfect world falls apart when her fiancée calls off their engagement. Because of that, even her book deal might be off the table. After all, readers don’t want relationship advice from someone who can’t even make her own relationship work.
So Claire sets out to hire herself a fake fiancée.
Lana Henderson, the actress who shows up to audition for the role, is not exactly Claire’s ideal woman. Her frankness and the messes she leaves everywhere drive Claire up the wall. At least she won’t fall in love with someone like Lana.
But soon, Lana starts to win her over with her big heart, tickle fights, and—gasp!—carbs after six. The longer they pretend to be a love-struck couple, the less fake their kisses feel and the more the lines between reality and role begin to blur.
Once the book contract is signed, will they walk away or is their relationship no longer just for show?
A lesbian romance where role-playing has never been so irresistible.
Number one in my book
WOW! Had me from the beginning to the end.
Fake it till you make it
The author Jae has many one liners that made me laugh myself silly. An ocd, uptight, perfectionist Psychologist, Claire, and an out of work actress, Lana, who is horribly in debt make a contract. They pretend to be madly in love and engaged. What could go wrong?
Love finds a way
“ .. sometimes what we want isn’t what we need.”
Fantastic read! Love the characters, viewpoints, slow burn in tumbling towards each other, having fun, losing control, and knowing that she see’s you.
Loving her uniqueness.