When Alice receives a phone call from her father who hasn't spoken to her for five years, she's filled with grief, anger, and frustration.
Emotions overwhelm her and she tells him a lie he calls her out on.
Now, Alice has three days to find a devoted fiancè to accompany her to her grandpa's funeral, or prove to her parents she's as wicked and sinful as they think she is.
Emotions and humiliation she's worked hard to bury resurface as she's thrust back into the religious community that publicly shamed and shunned her at seventeen.
When her boss, Beck, discovers the lie she's told he comes up with a solution. One which should solve all her problems. He will be her fabricated fiancè for the weekend.
But Alice has a secret.
She's been in love with Beck for years. But knowing he's gay she's resigned to loving him from the sidelines.
Can Alice keep her secret from him? Especially when Beck insists on playing the devoted fiancè?
Will she handle the pain of seeing her parents again, knowing that they and everyone else in the religion will treat her as if she doesn't exist?
Alice will need to dig deep for control over her emotions, or she will lose everything she's worked hard for. Including her friendship with Beck.
This book was so good. The storyline is well worth reading. The characters are engaging and well developed with plenty of chemistry throughout the pages. I look forward to reading more of Alice’s first while Beck is making sure his love gets it all.
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