On a scale of one to ten, how bad is it that I want to see my fake boyfriend naked?
What’s worse than being left at the altar? Becoming a meme because one of your nearest and dearest took a video of you running—and falling—down the aisle and made it internet famous.
Yup, I’m that Marnie Jones. My sister is for-real famous, which only makes people more interested in my predicament. Is it any wonder I’m feeling down?
My best friends will try anything to cheer me up…including setting me up with the Fairy Godmother Agency, a maybe-crazy husband and wife private investigator-slash-life coach team who promise to find the person who sold me out. Better yet, they lend me a fake boyfriend to make my ex jealous and appease my sister.
Griffin is gorgeous, attentive, and a very convincing actor. He’s perfect for the job.
After a lifetime of practice, I’m good at pretending. But the more time I spend with Marnie Jones, the less I have to feign my interest in her.
She may be down, but she’s not out. She’s beautiful, funny, and just the right amount of weird. All she needs is someone to remind her of that.
If I weren’t such a screw up, I’d have half a mind to do it myself.
This is the perfect start to a fun new series. Without giving too much away, let’s just say that Nicole has some time on her hands so she’s got an exciting new pet project. I really loved Marnie who just wanted to live her life without being dragged into the spotlight. Griffin is a top book boyfriend and their story is a lot of fun. Instant attraction and a fake relationship are always a fun combo and these two did it well. They’re funny and sweet and super steamy together. There’s also an element of whodunit to the story to give a little suspense and one crazy cocktail party that will make you laugh. Not only do we get Nicole and Damien back, but we also see some other characters from Bringing Down The House, like Gary, who is also Griffin’s stepbrother.
I’m looking forward to more Fairy Godmother Agency for sure. I received an ARC from Social Butterfly PR in exchange for an honest review.
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