About Matched with Her Fake Fiance

Matched with Her Fake Fiance

Adulting is hard. So is finding a partner who’ll stick around.Dani Higgins’s life has been nothing but one change after another over the last few months. From graduating college to a broken long-term relationship, and now, more struggling to keep her job of six days. When an attractive Boston bachelor asks her to be his fake girlfriend, she agrees. But as they spend time with each other, Dani’s feelings move from pretend to real.

Miles Clark is done being set up by his mother, and with his family’s event season on the horizon, he figures his best bet at side-stepping her is showing up with a girlfriend. When he meets cute Dani, he suggests a partnership that will be mutually beneficial for both of them—only after a few dates, his heart isn’t on the same page.

As their agreement comes to an end, will they risk their hearts and reveal their feelings?

My review

I was so excited to finally get to read Dani’s story! I loved Dani in Matched with Her Runaway Groom. And I just knew her story was going to be great.

Dani was a great character. She made me laugh so many times! I loved the beginning scene where Dani and Miles meet for the first time. The dates these two were with were probably the worst ever. And what happens next is the greatest!

I loved the way Miles’ friends convince him that he needs to find a fake girlfriend. He finds that in Dani. But Miles never treated their relationship as if it were fake. I loved the way he went out of his way to care for Dani. And get her whatever he could to make her life happier and easier.

There are so many great things about this one! You really need to read it!

I was sent a copy of Matched with Her Fake Fiance as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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