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“I need you to marry me.”
My boss cannot be serious. The ridiculously handsome man I hate-to-crush on has just proposed I pretend to be his wife for a funeral. A funeral! Only, when he dangles a much-coveted position in exchange for my time, I can’t refuse. Who am I kidding, though? I seem to have a habit of not saying no to Mr. Wright.
Things spiral out of control the second we reach my small town. A place I swore I’d never return has suddenly become my inheritance. As in, I’ve inherited an entire town! Only, there’s one condition: my hot, top executive pretending to be my wife must marry me for real. What could possibly go wrong?
Join Jane and Mach as they road trip to a lovely mountain town where memories haunt and relationships build. And it takes (the restoration of) a village for this marriage of convenience to question the past and change the future.
L.B. Dunbar brings you a second standalone in Road Trips & Romance.
**Note, the Fox sisters are siblings of Garrett Fox from Wine&Dine, an original #sexysilverfox.
Mach was happy to leave his hometown and had no plans to go back until circumstances give him no choice. He must return to settle his grandfather’s estate, but he can’t return alone and must bring the wife he doesn’t have. Desperate times call for desperate measures so he arranges for Jane, his employee, to pretend to be his wife but that is just the beginning.
Jane has been attracted to her boss for a while but doesn’t believe he returns the feelings. Instead she has focused on her career as she tries to become partner and now she is being offered the job she has always wanted is she pretends to be his wife. Let the fun begin!
Mach and Jane find themselves embarking on an adventure to save his hometown that is filled with all the feels as they are forced to face not only their pasts but their feelings for each other as they re-evaluate what they want their futures to hold.