From Wall Street Journal Best Selling Author, Willow Winters comes a steamy, small-town romance.
A drunken bet that led to a fake relationship? My naive little heart still hoped it would last...
We were never meant to be together.
He’s a bartender with noncommittal tendencies.
I’m looking for … the opposite. Commitment. Period.
But drinks and a bet led to something it shouldn’t have: a fake relationship. Worse, a first date, a first kiss… and then more.
He’s addictive and I can’t bring myself to accept the reality.
That it’s all a lie and I’m fooling myself by thinking he could want more. That I could change him.
He’s mine for as long as I keep on pretending like this is just for fun.
As if I don’t want more…
Like when he whispers my name, I pretend it doesn’t make my heart flip.
Like when he holds me at night, I pretend I don’t want to lay in his bed every night.
It's just a bet; just a lie . . . until it isn't.
Great romantic read!
The story wasn't too slow and the plot was really cute. I loved that even in moments of conflict, we knew everything was going to be okay. Loved it.
Fluff an stuff
It was a good fluffy light story with no real stress on the situation. I enjoyed the soft story of grace and Charlie. Charlie was easily enough to convince that life was going to move on accordingly. Grace’s expectations of being a 30 year old woman an only wanting a child an solid career and husband isn’t uncommon but to be almost 30 myself and my main character feeling incomplete and inadequate because that was a little disappointing.