About Falling for Your Fake Fiance

falling for your fake fiance

What happens when the man I love to hate becomes the man I must pretend to love?

I can’t seem to escape Thayden Walker and his infuriating charm.

Even his mother and his Great Dane seem bent on playing matchmaker.

But I’m totally immune.

Until I’m presented with an offer that puts my ability to withstand him to the test.

If I marry Thayden, all my student debt goes poof, and he’ll take over the family firm.

There’s so much more at stake than money or a job, especially when I start to see the man beneath the mask.

Playing house with Thayden is the most dangerous game of all.

And we’re both set up to lose more than we could ever win.

Unless we’ve been on the same side all along …

My review

I’m completely loving this series by Emma St Clair. Each of the roommates gets a different love trope and they’re all so funny! I was especially happy to see Thayden in this one. And my favorite trope may be fake fiance. I don’t know… it’s so hard to pick!

This one features Thayden and Delilah. Thayden has just learned that he must get married and fast, in order to gain control of his dad’s company. Something I really liked about Thayden was his stubbornness. He didn’t want to get married. So he was planning to either find a loophole in his dad’s will or maybe walk away if he had to. But then he found Delilah again.

Delilah is also stubborn. This girl goes for what she wants. But she’s just been fired from her dog walking job. And she has tons of bills. It seems like a dream come true for her to work for Thayden. I had to laugh at the way she went through everything in his house. Delilah is hilarious! But she kind of gets conned into being Thayden’s fake fiance by his mom and the contract she tricks her into signing. I laughed so hard at this part.

It didn’t take much for these two to fall in love. But they are both too stubborn to admit it. And that’s part of the fun of this one. There are so many laugh out loud parts. You really just need to read it!

You don’t have to read these in order. But it may make more sense if you do. Falling for Your Best Friend’s Twin starts the series, then there’s Falling for Your Boss.

I borrowed a copy of Falling for Your Fake Fiance using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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