Fake Zoned
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Fake Zoned by M. Malone


Wanted: One Fake Fiancé

Fake Date the Billionaire? It's the chance of a lifetime. All I have to do is convince this guy to give his estranged father a second chance and my college tuition is paid for. How hard can it be?

Too bad the guy in question drives me crazy. He's blunt and reckless and drives me insane. But he's also loyal and kind with an unexpected soft spot for rescue cats. What am I supposed to do with that? Suddenly I'm not sure what a million dollars is worth. Once he finds out why I'm here, he'll never look at me the same way again.

And all I want is for the guy I'm fake dating to love me for real.

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I live for business. But my parents are threatening to give the empire I've spent my entire life building to my brother if I don't get hitched. They don't even seem to care that they've just put a gold diggers' target on my back.

Well, if all they want is a wedding, I can do that. I’ll find the fake fiancée of their nightmares. Too loud, too blonde and ready for a good time. Let the games begin.…

Who Wants to Marry a Billionaire?

Resumes accepted here.

Must be completely inappropriate.

- - From RITA® Award winner, M. MALONE, a sizzling new duo about the perils of faking it! Features the first in the six-time USA Today bestselling series Blue-Collar Billionaires and the first in the Bad Business series. Contains the titles "Tank" and "Bad King".

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