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Falling in love with a fake boyfriend shouldn’t be so difficult.
When her father pushes her—for business reasons—into an engagement with a man she detests, Eden DuPont leaves the city and visits her friend in the small town of Providence. She doesn’t intend to stick around, so why does she find everything so charming, including the handsome sheriff’s deputy?
Rudy Wheeler finds the newcomer attractive, but he knows a socialite like Eden will never be content to settle down in this one-horse town. Even though his ten-year plan doesn’t include falling in love, he pretends to be Eden’s boyfriend to get her dad off her case.
Eden and Rudy are repeatedly pulled into one disastrous situation after another. She’s sure it’s a sign a relationship between them is a bad idea. Rudy agrees, but finds himself falling for her, nonetheless. Can Rudy convince Eden to change lanes and take a chance on them? Or will he let his ten-year plan cost him everything?
I signed up to marry a stranger on reality TV. Turns out, the bride is someone I know. And I'm pretty sure she still hates me for what happened between us in high school...
I knew the terms: marry a stranger on the spot, handpicked by “experts” just for me.
But that’s not what’s happening.
My bride is no stranger. And she’s wearing a black dress reminiscent of the one she wore the last time we spoke … at prom.
Surely she’s gotten over what happened at prom by now.
Except ... it only takes me about five minutes to realize she hasn’t. And now, I’m married to the one woman I did wrong in my life.
But she still trembles at my touch.
Either this is about to be the biggest mistake of my life, or the greatest second chance in history.
And all of America gets to watch it...
Can an Elvis-obsessed puppy-sitter and an uptight museum owner tackle a summer bucket list without falling in love?
When Juliana Romano agrees to dogsit a puppy in Hudson Springs, New York, she hopes it will help her forget the painful memories she left behind in Portugal. Then she finds a stranger skinny-dipping in the pool and she calls the cops on him, only to discover he owns the house and she’s the intruder. He agrees to let her stay and continue her puppy-sitting job—as long as she keeps to herself. At the suggestion of family friends, Juliana makes a summer bucket-list, knowing it’s the distraction she needs before she goes home.
Matt Garrison is home for the summer after failing to secure funding for the museum he owns. Forced to close for the foreseeable future, he only wants to be left alone to research plans for reopening. But sharing his house with a Portuguese woman and a puppy is the farthest from peace and quiet he can get—between her early morning obsession with Elvis Presley music, the puppy’s chewing of his belongings, and the meddling of old ladies, Matt finds himself smothered in company.
As Matt reluctantly joins Juliana in carrying out the items on her list, he realizes his first impression of her is all wrong. The more time Juliana spends with Matt, the less interested she is to return home. Is the attraction they feel only temporary or are they willing to work for a happy-ever-after?