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The Billionaire’s Fake Fiancée, a sexy romantic comedy by New York Times bestselling author, Annika Martin, is LIVE!

This standalone romcom is set in the same world as The Billionaire’s Wake-up-call Girl, Most Eligible Billionaire and Breaking the Billionaire’s Rules.

I’m no Prince Charming, and the last thing I want is a Cinderella.

My instructions were simple: scour the city for a fake fiancée who’s not my type at all. Have her on my jet Monday morning, dressed appropriately for a yacht vacation.

I need a woman believable enough to convince a certain client that I’ve changed my playboy ways…yet nothing like the supermodels and socialites I usually have on my arm.

Somebody 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 frustrating 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…

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Fly Girl’s Review:

I can’t believe it’s been over a year since her last Billionaire story. She came out with Breaking the Billionaire’s Rules in 2019 and I loved it so much. I can still remember thinking who does food delivery in costume. I wasn’t sure she could top that one, but I’m pretty sure it is on par. I mean it’s hard to out do a cat costume. Tabitha is a mobile beautician and does haircuts for CEOs around the city. She owns her own business with employees to boot.

She is very good at what she does, so she doesn’t need Rex in her life except to keep her on her toes and give her happy dreams at night–So she thinks. Rex on the other hand quickly learns how much he needs her. When she is hired to help him pull off an account signing, he sees her just for herself and not all her silliness. Underneath it all he learns about the vulnerable girl who’s childhood made her into the silly, happy-go-lucky person she shows to the world. She learns on their ten day luxury cruise adventure that there is way more to Rex than she could have imagined and she brings out the good in him for the people around him to see. He never showed that before except maybe to his closest friends.

Even though Rex seems like an mean-grumpy CEO, he is redeemable. This is important because this week I read a book where the men aren’t redeemable. This brought to my attention how much a story needs for the characters to be redeemable. In this instance, Tabitha needs some growth, but Rex needs to redeem himself in her eyes because his A**hole comes out big time. But when they finally come together, they realize how much better they are together than apart and how much more fulfilled they are in their everyday lives. The epilogue really helps us see this, so it isn’t directly in the story.

Of course we get the HEA we’ve come to expect from this series, but–with a teaser at the end of who the next book might be about. This will definitely make my TOP 10 List for 2020. So you can guess my rating is 5 of 5.

5 of 5 Propellers

Check out the other novels in this world:

Billionaire’s Wake-Up-Call Girl / Most Eligible Billionaire / Breaking the Billionaire’s Rules

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Annika Martin loves fun, dirty stories, hot heroes, and wild, dramatic everything. She enjoys hanging out in Minneapolis coffee shops with her writer husband, and also likes birdwatching at her bird feeder alongside her two stunningly photogenic cats, especially when she should be writing. She’s heavy into running, music, saving the planet, taking long baths, and consuming chocolate suckers. She’s worked a surprisingly large number of waitressing jobs, and has also worked in a plastics factory and the advertising trenches; her garden is total bee-friendly madness and her most unfavorite word is nosh or possibly fob. A NYT bestselling author, she has also written as RITA award-winning author Carolyn Crane.