The Fiancée Farce

The Fiancée Farce

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 18/04/2023
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'Marry me and no one has to know none of this was real'

Tansy's greatest love is her family's bookstore. But when it comes to actual romance, she can't get past the first chapter.

Tired of questions about her love life, she invents a fake girlfriend, inspired by the stunning cover model on a bestselling book. But when the real-life Gemma crosses Tansy's path, her white lie nearly implodes.

Gemma is a wild child, the outcast of her wealthy family, and now the latest heir to Van Dalen Publishing. But the title comes with one tiny condition: she must be married in order to inherit.

When Gemma discovers a beautiful stranger has been pretending to date her for months, she decides to take the charade one step further - and announces their engagement.

But as Tansy and Gemma play the role of affectionate fiancees, unexpected sparks start to fly and suddenly the line between convenient arrangement and real feelings begins to blur . . . But the scheming Van Dalen family won't give up the company without a fight, and Gemma and Tansy's newfound happiness might just get caught in the fallout.

  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • ISBN: 9780349435619
  • Number of pages: 416
  • Weight: 276g
  • Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 38 mm

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The Fiancée Farce
I loved this so much. This is now my third Alexandria Bellefleur book (my library doesn’t have Hang the Moon so I need to get on that asap) and is 100% my ... READ MORE
Erin Smith
The Fiancée Farce
A somewhat steamy sapphic read that you can fly through in an afternoon.
Working at her family's bookshop, when Tansy makes up a fake girlfriend she jumps to the first thing she sees - the model on the cover of the nearest bests... READ MORE
Sydney K
The Fiancée Farce
A perfectly easy-to-read Sapphic romance, it was delightful to read the present tropes; fake dating and marriage of convenience in a queer context. I felt ... READ MORE
Faelan Money