It started as a fake date for the wedding from hell . . .
The next sparkling and swoony enemies-to-lovers rom-com from the author of the TikTok-hit A Brush with Love and Lizzie Blake's Best Mistake.
'Mazey Eddings's writing is authentic, emotional, and intensely romantic! To me, it's like a Taylor Swift song in book form' Ali Hazelwood, New York Times bestselling author
Readers gave A Brush with Love FIVE SHINING STARS!
'Swoony, steamy, adorable . . . Read. This. Book. You won't be disappointed. It's a keeper and Mazey Eddings is on my auto-read list forever'
'There was so much to love about this book . . . Thank you to Mazey Eddings for this romance with its messy, true, and painfully real representation of anxiety . . . We need more books like this in the world'
Some facts are indisputable:
Indira doesn't like Jude.
Jude doesn't like Indira.
Indira has everything together: an amazing job, a boyfriend, a car. What more could a late twenty-something want? Well, not walking in on her boyfriend with another woman, for one thing.
Her childhood enemy, Jude, has nothing together. Having spent three years travelling the world to treat emergencies and humanitarian crises, a quick trip home for his best friend's wedding has him struggling to readjust.
Thrust into an elaborate (and ridiculously drawn out) wedding, Jude and Indira - who can't seem to escape her ex and his new girlfriend - are both soon at breaking point.
Their solution? A bargain to be each other's fake dates.
But what happens when the forced proximity and fake displays of affection start to feel a bit too . . . real?
Raves for Mazey Eddings!
'Blends sweetness, breathless romance, and moments of striking vulnerability' HELEN HOANG
'Prepare to smile, laugh, and cry your way through this witty, fast-paced rom-com' EVIE DUNMORE
'Laugh-out-loud funny, almost unbearably cute' ROSIE DANAN
'A contemporary romance masterpiece . . . The most intoxicating slow burn I've read in ages' RACHEL LYNN SOLOMON
'Funny and cute while also exploring serious topics, powerfully underscoring the truth that relationships require work, and that happy endings are for everyone' SARAH HOGLE
'Brims with emotional depth, whip-smart banter, and sizzling chemistry' CHLOE LIESE