Throwback Thursday // Fake Relationships

June 20, 2024

Hey everyone and welcome to another Throwback Thursday! Every other week I'll be sharing my book recommendations within a specific romantic trope or theme.

Today I'm sharing five Fake Relationship books I've read, reviewed and loved on the blog. Isn't it fun to know just where the romance is going, but enjoying the journey anyway? Love this trope!

If you've got a recommendation, please send it my way!

Ex Games by Stella Rhys

What’s ice-cold but hotter than hell? Rebounding with your ex’s older brother, of course. I enjoyed the characters, especially Mason and I thought I'd be grossed out by the fact that he was the older brother of the woman's ex, but I wasn't. So there's that :)

Find my review HERE

Safe Bet by Monica Murphy

Crazy how it only takes one week for two people to fall head over heels in love… I don't usually go for a new adult romance story, but this one worked. I think it helped that I had read the series that this book was a spinoff of. I love getting the chance to revisit favorite characters!

Find my review HERE

Magnificent Bastard by Lili Valente

F*ck Prince Charming. Sometimes, you need a Magnificent Bastard. I've read a few books from this author, but this one remains my favorite. Sebastian was amazing and the entire story is told from his perspective, which worked well because he was that strong of a character.

Find my review HERE

Fake Fiancee by Ilsa Madden-Mills

Fake engaged to the hottest quarterback in the country? SCORE. I guess this could be categorized as a sports romance too. Sunny and Max had a destiny vibe going on with their friend/relationship and it worked really well for the story. Again, I'm not usually a fan of new adult reads, but this one was a definite winner.

Find my review HERE

Lost in Between by K.L. Kreig

For the next four months I’ll be Shaw Mercer’s arm candy, his beck and call girl, his faux girlfriend. This is still my favorite story from this trope. In fact, the Finding Me duet is one of my favorite romance stories of all time. Shaw had so much depth and Willow was no slouch. She's getting paid to fake it, but what happens when what lies between them is all too real?

Find my review HERE

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