“So, how about it? You come to my sister’s birthday party, I’ll go to your family barbecue, and we’ll call it even.”
Say no. “Sure,” she said instead.
He offered his hand to seal the deal. “It’s a date.”
She shook it. “A fake date.”
“Make that two fake dates.” He smiled and her insides turned to jelly.
It begins as a mutually beneficial arrangement.
Just a simple solution to the problem that they both have.
Kristi is far too busy as a single mum for a man but that doesn’t stop her mother setting her up on disastrous blind dates.
When Nate is widowed he’s faced with raising his twin little girls alone, and he has enough on his plate without the constant matchmaking from his family.
Kristi is already helping Nate stage his house before selling it, so the pair decide to stage a fake relationship to keep their family off their backs.
If Kristi finds Nate distractingly sexy, and he can’t keep his eyes off her it’ll just make it all the more realistic… right?