Serendipity Falls

All The Wrong Reasons

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What has she done?

When a night out meant to mend her broken heart lands Christian school teacher Alexandra Mills in hot water, figuring out whose bed she’s woken up in is the least of her concerns.

Alex is unmarried and pregnant, and now she may lose her job.

Max Buchanan has been Alex’s best friend for twenty years. As the town’s most eligible bachelor, a political figure and handsome ladies’ man, she’s never seen him as anything more. But that’s about to change.

To keep his company afloat, Max needs to prove his playboy reputation is in the past. To keep her job, Alex needs a husband.

The solution is obvious—a marriage of convenience. Now he just has to convince her.

All The Right Reasons

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This … this is not what Shelby Monroe planned for when she opened her interior design business. She didn't anticipate funds running low as she starts her biggest project to date, the renovation of the Carlisle Building, and she certainly didn't anticipate the death of her mother nor the sudden custody of her little brother, with the Department of Human Services watching her every move.

Dane Graham also knows a little something about plans not working out. He'd planned to marry his girlfriend-slash-assistant and grow his construction company with her by his side. He never saw her refusing his marriage proposal, leaving him reeling.

Both Shelby and Dane should be used to being blindsided, but the biggest shock comes when a production company approaches them, offering to film their renovation of the historic Carlisle. It's perfect. Shelby will have a solid income, proving she can support her little brother. Dane will grow his empire, and hopefully leave his ex jealous and groveling.

Everything is coming together again, except there’s one little problem … the TV deal is for a married couple only. Maybe faking a marriage isn't wrong if it's for all the right reasons.