“I need a wife.”
William Fawkes is desperate. With one month left before his father's inheritance gets split, the billionaire realizes that his brothers will end up with the majority of the company he's been running. Unless he finds someone to inherit the spousal shares...
“Marry me, or go to jail.”
Sierra's dad taught her how to be a thief: Get in and get out with more than you came with. But while cracking a safe, she gets caught red-handed by a gorgeous, half-dressed billionaire.
He has her pinned, literally and figuratively, when he offers her a deal: a fake marriage in exchange for his silence. It's an easy decision, and all she has to do is pretend to be a billionaire's wife for one year. How could it go wrong?
“I'm good at faking things.”
There's no way William could fall in love with a thief, especially not one with a two-year old maniac toddler. It's just pretend, after all. Right?
But sometimes pretending to love someone leads to something more. More than one delicious kiss. More than an unforgettable night. And when Sierra's ex comes back into the picture and threatens to ruin their arrangement, William has to decide whether he is willing to lose everything to keep the thief who's stolen his heart...
This is the Complete Single Mom Wanted For Fake Marriage Series by Aubrey Dark.
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Such great characters and fun story. Couldn’t put it down. You must read the whole series!
I really enjoyed reading this book. I think everyone reading this book will fall in love with William and Sierra but also Kit. She really sounds adorable even though she is a terror.
I also loved William’s family including his mother who was so down to earth not to be expected since she is a wealthy woman and that she loved Sierra from the beginning and towards the end when Sierra admitted that she was a thief.
I wish the author have created a series which includes William’s brothers and maybe a relationship between Williams mother and Sierra’s dad.
Even though the “fake wife” has been written about repeatedly, it was still a very well written story. It was sad, funny, passionate and had added suspense. I enjoyed reading it.