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Decoy Date by Mira Lyn Kelly

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Also by Mira Lyn Kelly:

Decoy Date, December 2018
Mass Market Paperback
Just This Once, October 2018
Paperback
The Wedding Date Bargain, June 2017
Mass Market Paperback
May the Best Man Win, August 2016
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Truth or Dare, September 2014
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Once Is Never Enough, June 2013
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Wild Fling Or A Wedding Ring?, June 2010
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Decoy Date
Mira Lyn Kelly

The Wedding Date #4
Sourcebooks Casablanca
December 2018
On Sale: December 4, 2018
320 pages
ISBN: 1492630829
EAN: 9781492630821
Kindle: B07FDNWQ23
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Contemporary

Fake relationship. Real feelings. Big problems.

Brody O'Donnel doesn't believe in happily-ever-afters—at least, not for himself. But he wants the best for his vivacious, beautiful friend Gwen Danes, and he's tired of watching her pine for a clueless man. Figuring a little bit of jealousy will motivate the guy, Brody proposes a fake relationship. It's an outrageous plan, but Gwen figures there's no harm in it—until they share a passionate kiss she never saw coming.

Suddenly, Gwen's fighting a growing attraction to a man she knows she can't have. After all, he's just faking it...isn't he?

Wedding Date

Comments

9 comments posted.

Re: Decoy Date

I absolutely love a rom-com! Wish there were more options
out there. Thanks for contributing a great book to the
genre!
(Amber Niebaum 3:53am December 11)

sounds like a nice read for me
(
Vickie Couturier 8:10am December 11)

Thanks for sharing your writing routines. Fake
relationships is always an intriguing premise for a book;
there's a lot of wiggle room for things to happen and
expectations not to be met exactly.
(
Alyson Widen 8:04pm December 11)

I totally understand the "disaster area" type of working. I don't write, but when I
am working on projects or organizing things, it usually looks like a tornado hit. You
can't sort things and organize them without spreading them out all over. I always
end up making a much bigger mess before things are the way they should be. I
firmly believe the end result is worth the mess.
(
Patricia Barraclough 12:15pm December 12)

Sounds like a good book
(
Melanie Rosen 3:26am December 12)

I am a clutterer. It drives my husband crazy. Love a good
rom-com
(
Debra Guyette 8:28am December 12)

Your muse comes first! And we do the the same when in the
throes of creation! Keep it up! Your books are great!
(
Kathleen Bylsma 3:31pm December 12)

I'm always amazed when I enter a friend's house and see how neat and spotless everything is. I guess you can say my home is well lived in.
(
Anna Speed 11:44am December 13)

Merry Christmas friends
(
Emily Stemp 7:32pm December 13)

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