Title: My Fake Girlfriend
Series: Friends to Lovers
Author: Reba Bale
Genre: Contemporary Lesbian Romance
The woman she’s had a crush on for years needs a fake girlfriend, and Elana is ready to volunteer for the job!
Toya is in a bind. Her little sister is getting married, and her mother is insisting she bring her girlfriend to the wedding. She’d told a little white lie to get her mom off her back, but now it’s backfiring. Her mom thinks she’s in a committed relationship, so Toya needs to find a pretend girlfriend, and fast.
Elana fell in love with Toya the minute she set eyes on her. Unfortunately, she somehow went right into the friend zone. Elana has been hesitant to rock the boat, especially when they have so many friends in common, but this wedding is a chance for her to finally show Toya how she feels.
Pretending to be a couple and sharing a bed at the destination wedding, things start to heat up. Suddenly things between them aren’t so friendly…
Can she convince Toya that she needs more than being a fake girlfriend? She needs forever.
“My Fake Girlfriend” is book five in the “Friends to Lovers” romantic novella series. Each book in the series is a steamy standalone featuring an LGBTQ couple making the leap from friends to lovers and looking for their “happily ever after”.
Rose Bak has been obsessed with books since she got her first library card at age five. She is a passionate reader with an e-reader bursting with thousands of beloved books.
Although Rose enjoys writing both fiction and nonfiction, romance novels have always been her favorite guilty pleasure, both as a reader and an author. Rose’s contemporary romance books focus on strong female characters over age 35 and the alpha males who love them. Expect a lot of steam, a little bit of snark, and a guaranteed happily ever after.
Rose lives in the Pacific Northwest with her family, and special needs dogs. In addition to writing, she also teaches accessible yoga and loves music. Sadly, she has absolutely no musical talent so she mostly sings in the shower.