‘Faking It With The Boss’ – Corrin Keller 

When her birthday party gets crashed by an ex announcing his engagement to her cousin, Rose Hussey declares she’s bringing her boyfriend to their Christmas wedding—only she doesn’t have one. Her sexy boss offers to fill the position, but at a cost. Faking a relationship could be tricky when her attraction to Logan is real. 

Logan Rhodes has had a thing for his curvy PA since the day she saved him from a pillow beating, but he’s not looking to date her. Logan doesn’t do relationships. A week pretending she’s his girlfriend will get him what he needs and give him a taste of something merry—her. 

When fake starts feeling real, their actions, and attraction, have consequences. But there’s a magic at Christmas that fulfills desires, and what was once not meant to be could be an unexpected gift worth unwrapping. 

I saw this advertised a last month on Instagram and thought it sounded brilliant. I love a fake romance. 

Rose is having a bad day. The worst day. Not only is her birthday upstaged by her cousin getting engaged to her ex, but the wedding is at her favourite time of year. Christmas. Perfect! Then she has to open her mouth and say she’s bringing her boyfriend. The boyfriend she doesn’t actually have. Who is going to want to pretend to be her boyfriend over Christmas???

Enter Logan. 🙂 He overhears Rose’s dilemma and offers to help in exchange for her help with a business deal. How hard can it be? Pretend to be her boyfriend for a week, job done. But what happens when it starts to get difficult to tell the difference between real and pretend?

I love these characters. Rose is so relatable. I really wanted to slap her ex for being such an idiot and so mean to her. The chemistry she has with Logan is off the charts and watching them interact in front of her family is both hilarious and heartwarming. 🙂

What a brilliant debut novel! I can’t wait to see what Corrin does next. 

Faking It With The Boss is out now and a great romantic read. Go grab a copy. 🙂

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1 Comment

  1. Thank you so much for your interest in my book. You’re excitement has been such a wonderful cheerleader. 🙂 I’m so glad you liked it! And I very much appreciate the wonderful review! 🙂

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