Title: Dr. Fake Fiancé
Series: Doctors #4
Author: Louise Bay
Genre: Contemporary Billionaire Romantic Comedy
Tropes: Fake Engagement/Friends to Lovers
Release Date: November 9, 2023
She’s famous. He hasn’t a clue who she is.
I’m in London, in disguise, trying to hide from the tabloids, when I slam into a wall.
Except it’s not a wall. It’s a hot hunk of British man.
And I just poured scorching hot coffee all over him.
He goes from burn victim to my fiancé in three days flat. It’s all fake to divert tabloid attention away from my recent breakup with my longtime boyfriend-turned-traitor.
Except it doesn’t feel fake. The way he looks at me makes me shiver. When he touches me, I’m molten lava.
Neither of us is looking for anything serious.
Except…did I tell you how hot he looks playing naked Twister? He might just be husband material.
A standalone fake relationship romance in the Doctors Series.
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Releasing April 4
International, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author, Louise Bay writes contemporary romance novels that make you laugh – the kind she likes to read.
Ruined by the bonk-busters of the eighties, Louise was inspired by Judith Krantz and Jackie Collins, but wants to be Emily Henry when she grows up.
Louise loves the rain, RHOBH, London, days when she doesn’t have to wear make-up, hanging out with her kid, elephants and champagne (not necessarily in that order).
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My Review: ****
Dr. Fake Fiancé by Louise Bay is the fourth book in the Doctor Series about the Cove brothers, who were all doctors. Beau is considered the brother who’s always looking for excitement, while some others think of him as the warm-up guy, the guy before you marry the one.
Vivian Cross is a well-known singer/songwriter who lived in New York City with her boyfriend, Matthew, of twelve years, up until he betrayed her, sold her out to the tabloids, and cheated on her with some colleague Amanda. Now, she is hiding out in London, and the best thing that she can think to do is get a cup of coffee, and that is where she literally runs into a guy and spells coffee all over his shirt; what a meet-cute!
Dr. Fake Fiancé is my favorite in the series. Beau seemed to be the most down-to-earth, approachable one, a loveable man. Yes, he has scars, ones that cannot be seen, but don’t we all have something from our past that has defined who we are as an adult?
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