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Publisher's Summary

She’s willing to fake it for money.

Just my type of lady. But this isn’t just one night. I need 12 dates for a series of Christmas parties to promote my hotels. Being a forever bachelor means that I don’t have time for love or the games it plays. A fake date from an agency should solve my problems nicely.

Not only is she stunning and everything I would choose if someone gave me a checklist, but she’s studying to become a surgeon. I’d gladly let her play doctor on me. But this job isn’t an easy one. I need the world to believe this girl is my soul mate. My billion-dollar resorts all rest on one thing - romance.

So, we gotta go in hot and heavy, like heaven and hell couldn’t separate the love between us. I’ve got the money if she’s got the skills. Now, I just need to not fall in love.

Every good girl deserves a bad boy.

©2021 BrixBaxter Publishing (P)2022 BrixBaxter Publishing

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I loved the story line as well as the characters. This next comment is my attempt at constructive criticism for the narrator. He sounded as though he was not at all familiar with the story. His narration was extremely blunt, monosyllabic and sounded as though someone had literally just handed him the book and told him to read.

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