Kelsey Phillips is over the dating scene.
All that time and energy perfecting your profile and taking just the right picture and articulating exactly what you're looking for, only to get the same sleazy propositions? No thanks. She's doing just fine on her own, so there's no point in a fruitless hunt for "the one" that doesn't exist.
Besides, she already has the perfect man in her life. Theo is the type of friend who's always there for a laugh, a hug, or a drink-- and no propositions.
So when he somehow manages to agree to be a groomsman in his ex-fiancée's wedding to his cousin, the least Kelsey can do is be his date.
But why stop at doing the least?
Pretending to be in a relationship is easy. They already know everything about each other. And it sure isn't hard to fake attraction to a guy as gorgeous as Theo. Soon enough, the only pretense left is that they haven't fallen for each other for real... and the very small matter of the secret Kelsey's been keeping. Can a fake relationship survive this real revelation?
The best ending to a series
I love this story of Kelsie and Theo! It's sweet and got all at once. I am going to miss this crew!
The Perfect Ending
I'm so sad that this is the end of the series. Although every good series must come to an end. But I will truly miss each of these couples, but that's the great thing about books, you can re-read them :) Which I will this whole series.
Kelsey and Theo have been besties after they met on a double date, but not their date, they were on dates with other people. Kelsey has been doing dating apps and is over them - and who could blame her? But suddenly her new bestie Theo needs a date for his cousin's wedding - to Theo's ex! Kelsey is the perfect person to help him out of this completely unenviable situation.
All their friends just know Kelsey and Theo are perfect together and are obviously meant to be together - they just won't see it. Until they finally do.
This was a perfect ending to this series and I'm glad that Kelsey and Theo got their HEA.
Oh Kelsey and Theo
Friends to lovers? Fake dating? Yes to both. Thankyouverymuch. Kelsey and Theo may have their hang ups about commitment but it’s the way that they worked through it together that made me fall in love with them. This is a heartwarming and fun read that had me reading through the night. This is part of Monica Murphy’s Dating series. This was the only book I read from the series and has no problem following the story. But knowing how much I loved this book, I am definitely going to read the rest of the series, pronto.