Published by WGW Books on November 2nd 2017
Genres: Romantic Comedy
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I should've never agreed to this arrangement...
Thirty days ago, my boss—Mr. Wolf of Wall Street, came to me with an offer I couldn’t refuse: Sign my name on the dotted line and pretend to be his fiancée for one month. If I agreed, he would let me out of my employment contract with a “very generous” severance package.
The rules were pretty simple: No intimate kissing, no actual sex. Just pretend to love each other for the press, even though I’ve secretly wanted to knock that sexy smirk off his face since the first day we met.
I definitely didn’t need to think twice about this. I signed my name and started counting down the seconds to when I would never have to deal with his special brand of ass-holery again.
I only made it to one minute...
We argued the entire four-hour flight to his hometown, failed to make a convincing impression with the welcoming press, and right when I was about to knock that arrogant look off his face in real life? He purposely dropped his bath towel in front of me, distracting me with his nine-inch cock to "show me who the bigger person was" in our relationship. Then he gave me his trademark smirk once again and asked if I wanted to consummate our marriage.
Tragically, this is only day one. We still have 29 more days to go...
Thirty Day Boyfriend is classic Whitney G. She can spin a story that’s equal parts funny, sexy, and sweet.
Her knack for creating appealing alphaholes is on full display here. I fell a little bit in love with Nicholas Wolf (aka The Wolf) from the beginning, even with his controlling, selfish, and egotistical behavior. What a charismatic douche.
The lovely Emily, Nicholas’s personal assistant, is his perfect sparring partner. She’s not some meek little sheep. Oh no. She’s wicked smart, fluent in sarcasm, and doesn’t take his crap. I was crazy about the push and pull between them.
This novella avoids two major pitfalls associated with romantic short stories: the dreaded insta-love and an abrupt ending. I’m a greedy reader, so I wouldn’t have minded more time spent with Emily and Nicolas because I really enjoyed them as a couple. This is one entertaining quickie.
Recommended for fans of:
Lovable douchey heroes
**Complimentary copy received.**