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Convenient by Sarah Michelle Jones


“Have you ever thought about marriage?” Mark asked conversationally.

When Amelia Winger finds herself in need of a new place to live in the middle of a pandemic, her friend Mark proposes an unconventional solution: a legal marriage that would give Amelia a place to live and allow Mark to prove to his father that he’s “settled down” enough to inherit the family practice.

Knowing their friends and family would frown on such reasons for marriage, they agree to pretend to be in love for everyone else’s benefit. But as they begin to share the challenges of work, family, and life in 2020, the lines between pretense and reality become more and more difficult to distinguish.

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