I’m not looking for a date. I’m definitely not looking for a husband—just one night of passion. I’m in Vegas, after all. And what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
So how did I end up with a giant rock on that finger, you ask? Your guess is as good as mine.
Now I’m stuck fake married to the biggest self-centered jerk I’ve ever met. We agree to keep the charade going for six months to protect our pride and dignity. We have six months to convince everyone we aren’t meant to be. Should be easy.
I’m sweet, kind, fun Millie.
He’s cynical, self-absorbed, loner Sebastian.
We don’t belong together. Convincing everyone we’re married is the easy part. Convincing everyone we’re over—that’s proving more difficult. Convincing myself that we’re over is proving hardest yet.
I just have to remember that it was all pretend from the start. We were never together. Pretending we’re over is just going back to my life before. But what if I don’t want to keep pretending?
Pretend We’re Over is a standalone fake marriage spinoff featuring Sebastian from Pretend I’m Yours.
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Ok so the beginning was hard for me to get into but after that it was too good to stop reading. Millie and Sebastian are in Vegas at their friend’s bachelorette/bachelor party. Things start off rough. Thanks to some misunderstandings Sebastian thinks Millie is pregnant and Millie thinks Sebastian called her fat. The friend’s wedding doesn’t happen but the next morning Millie and Sebastian finds themselves married and with no memories about any of it. They go on their friend’s honeymoon in Hawaii and make a plan to pretend they are married for six months and then end things. After lots of adventures and moments they start falling for each other. When memories and the expiration day come up they have to decide if their fake marriage is worth saving. It’s a really good book. The characters are very real and flawed. They learn and grow a lot together. Their story is so good and very hard to stop reading. It’s steamy, it’s got real issues, it’s an HEA and really worth reading.
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Vegas’s motto at its best! Sebastian and Millie go to Vegas to attend their respective friend’s bachelor/ bachelorette parties and wedding. Both are single and meet for the first time at the joint party and get off to a rocky start so when they wake up married the next morning, it’s a huge surprise. Read the world wind story to see how it turns out.
Enjoyable and entertaining
****Pretend We’re Over by Ella Miles: enjoyable and entertaining
True over the top fiction with a fast pace that kept me entertained. Heartwarming, with a hot heat index. The wrap up had me spinning, because I never saw that coming... All ends with a nice HEA!