Billionaire’s Fake Fiancée by Tara Brent is supposed to be an age gap romance but as I was reading I did not really feel the age gap. If there is a gap, it does not seem significant. Either that or Kelci is just really mature for her age. I don’t recall it being mentioned but I would probably put her at about 24. Nolan’s age was never mentioned either, only that he was in a relationship years ago and has not been in one since. If I had to guess I would probably place him in his early 30s tops.
Falling in love was not something either Kelci or Nolan planned. Trust does not come easy for Kelci … not after the disaster of her last relationship. For Nolan, it was all about work, work, work. But interest is piqued from the moment the two of them meet. Nolan was very proactive and actively “courted” her but with her mindset, Kelci couldn’t trust his intentions.
As the story progresses Nolan finds himself in a pickle when a business deal he wanted to close required him to be a family man and he got it into his head to ask Kelci to pretend to be his fiancee so that he could close the deal.
To be honest, there was no reason for them to fake anything because it is obvious from the start that their feelings for each other are real. That and the fact that when they are behind closed doors they can’t seem to keep their hands off each other, lol!
Billionaire’s Fake Fiancée by Tara Brent is an easy story to read. There isn’t a lot of drama and there is a lot of love. You can find it on Amazon for 3.99 but if you have KU then it’s free!