“I’m no Prince Charming, and the last thing I need is a Cinderella.” ~Surly, grumpy billionaire boss Rex O’Rourke
My instructions were simple: get me a fake fiancée who’s not my type at all. Have her on my jet Monday morning, dressed for a yacht vacation.
I need a woman believable enough to convince a certain client that I’ve changed my playboy ways…yet too annoying to tempt me—no emotional entanglements, thank you very much. This is business only.
If she’s unfazed by my looks and wealth, all the better.
Should be easy. Right?
Apparently not, because my people go and hire Tabitha. My hairdresser.
What were they thinking? Yes, I said annoying, but I didn’t mean her, the most aggravating woman in the world.
Tabitha is sunshiny. She has a pet hamster. She loves Hello Kitty, and she gets under my skin like nobody else.
As if that’s not bad enough, the minute we step on deck, she thinks that certain people on the yacht are up to something shady—based completely on her soap opera knowledge.
She won’t listen when I tell her she’s being ridiculous.
But as the days go by, I find that we’re actually having fun. And our fake kisses are heating up. And suddenly her wild theories aren’t sounding so strange after all…
Standalone read! The romcom books in this series are set in the same world. Each can be read as a pure standalone with a guaranteed happily ever after, perfect for fans of Pippa Grant, Meghan Quinn, and Lauren Landish.
This is the 4th novel in the Billionaires of Manhattan laugh-out-loud romantic comedy series. The other standalone romcom novels are:
Most Eligible Billionaire (enemies to lovers)
The Billionaire's Wake-up Call Girl (billionaire boss, grumpy sunshine)
Breaking the Billionaire's Rules (second chance, opposites attract)
The Billionaire's Fake Fiancée (grumpy sunshine, fake relationship)
Return Billionaire to Sender (billionaire boss, enemies to lovers)
Just Not That Into Billionaires (second chance, grumpy sunshine)
Butt-dialing the Billionaire (enemies to lovers, undercover boss)
An enemies-to-lovers billionaire-boss office romcom standalone from New York Times bestselling author Annika Martin - part of her series of the best romantic comedies for readers who love to laugh.
The Billionaires Fake Fiancé
A really cute story. I enjoyed most everything about it. At my age I am over descriptive sex scenes and trash words and there was that in the story. But I did like the characters and the whole premise of the story. I would read this author again.
Some Humor Worked, Some Not So Well
Story did not flow as well as her other work. Action seemed forced. Writing was strained in places.
Fabulous book could not put it down!!!!