His Fake GF

Sweetest Obsessions Countdown 14 days


By Jolie Day

Aaron Patterson.
Cold. Controlling. Domineering jerk.
CEO of our rival company.
…And my new fake boyfriend.

The first time we met, he left me with nothing more than a fake name. 
And with the promise of what he would do to me when he got me alone.
It would have been great. 
But an urgent call forced me to leave. 
Dressed, alone, and unsatisfied. 

The next time I see him again is on my turf.
He’s sizing me up and threatening to buy out my family business.
I’m so mad – But I would be damned if he intimidated me.
I’m a NY girl.
Top of her class.
Extremely competitive. 
…And heir to a failing advertising company.

So when he asks me to be his date to public functions, I accept.
Anything to get the goods on him. 
The rules are clear.
No sex. 
No strings attached.
And no trying to buy out the family business.

I know I’m playing a dangerous game.
So does he.
The battle. The closeness. The longing for more. 
I’m in big trouble. 
Falling for him wasn’t part of the arrangement.
As much as my mind protests, my body decided it didn’t give a damn.
I’m screwed…And evidently, not in a fun way.

About Jolie Day:

From a sexy alpha hero and laugh-out-loud moments to the happily-ever-after. If you stay up way too late reading steamy romance novels, then you’re in the right place!

I can’t remember a time when I didn’t have a book in my hands. This love of reading turned into a love for writing and, after graduation, I’ve worked as an editor for a few small publications. That’s how I ended up becoming an author.

Love and Hope are the most important words in my life and in my novels. I am a hopeless romantic who firmly believes in the power of love. My absolute favorite genre to write is romance, more specifically alpha men and bad boy novels, combined with a touch of romantic suspense.

Do you want to read about the knight in shining armor willing to do anything to protect his woman? Then my books are for you. 

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