Dueling neighbors, baby fever, fake boyfriends, and pizza… Life in Bliss has never been better!
Pepper Blue wants a baby. Forget the husband. She’s better at training men to be good husbands for other women than she is at getting one herself, so she’s doing this on her own.
But she hasn’t exactly shared the news with her family, and they’re determined to find her a date to the next family wedding. A date that won’t leave with one of her sisters or cousins. This time.
Which means Pepper Blue needs a fake boyfriend. A fake boyfriend that she has no chance of actually falling in love with. A fake boyfriend like her obnoxious neighbor.
Tony Cross is a pizza god with a sausage problem. He’s putting on a good show—a different woman at his house every night, flirting with all the right customers, flexing his muscles when called upon—but since his divorce, his meat has been more on the undercooked side. If you know what he means.
Except, unfortunately, when it comes to his annoyingly perfect, always put together, too good for him neighbor. Pepper Blue. Who is not a viable candidate for fixing his “little problem.”
So he’s not sure why he’s coming to her rescue, pretending to be her boyfriend to save her from a bad date at his pizza joint. He just knows it’s fun. And it irritates her. And it turns out, she might be able to help his flagging pizza sales as much as she’s helping his flagging… you know.
So long as this is just business, he’s happy to keep pushing her buttons.
All night long, if he has to.
Praise for Jamie Farrell’s Misfit Brides series:
“This story is everything I love about romantic comedy!” – USA Today Bestselling Author Kylie Gilmore
“A romantic romp that’s both smart & sassy.” – Christie Craig, NYT Best Selling author of The Divorced & Desperate series
“Jamie Farrell will have you laughing out loud with her fun, quirky characters.” – USA TODAY HEA Blog
“Hilarious, fast-paced and riveting.” – Harlequin Junkie, Recommended Read
“I’m pretty sure I’ve never laughed so hard in my life while reading a romance, and I can guarantee I’ve never snorted sweet tea up my nose reading a romance before.” – Blogging by Liza
“Such a fun, sweet romance… This book is utterly charming.” – Laura Florand, author of the Chocolate et Amor series
“Farrell marries warmth with tongue-in-cheek wit in this marvelous romantic comedy…Natalie and CJ’s journey toward love, filled with scenes of high hilarity and vivid emotion, resonates with warmth and realism. A cast of quirky characters adds just the perfect touch to a heartwarming comedy of errors.” – PUBLISHERS WEEKLY STARRED REVIEW