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  • Reanne Powell

Faking Christmas by Cindy Steel



Thanks Cindy Steel for putting out one of my favorite Christmas romcoms of the year.


Olive and Miles are English teachers at the same school, and when Olive lies to her parents about her “boyfriend”, Miles Taylor is the only name that comes to mind. Miles is only too happy to play along (of course). 😄


So happy to finally get a fake dating book without all the miscommunication and angsty back and forth between both characters. I loved the interaction between Miles and Olive during the whole story.


If you’re looking for a fun Christmas romcom, this one will check all the boxes!


This book is independently published by the author, and can be purchased on Amazon.

Canada: Paperback - Kindle


Back Cover:


"One little white lie.


That's all it took. Now I'm suddenly having to fake-date my work nemesis to get me through a week at a Vermont Christmas lodge with my family.


The problem? I can't stand Miles Taylor. Not only that, but I don't date people I work with. But I can handle it. I've had practice faking my emotions for years. So it shouldn't matter that Miles never lets me get away with anything. And that he happens to boil my blood hotter than a steaming pot of wassail. So when he throws his annoying grin my way or forces me on dates he knows I'll hate, I'll just grit my teeth and smile.


Or maybe not. Did I mention that Miles is the one person in the world I can't seem to fool?


When my emotions begin feeling less like a sham and his arms feel way too comfortable, it makes me think that maybe Miles had a plan of his own. And I'm starting to like it a lot more than mine.


★ Faking Christmas is a sweet, closed door romance full of sizzle, witty banter, and chemistry, but without explicit content.

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