Firefighter’s Fake Fiancee by Clara Pines is available now!
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His ring isn’t the only thing wrapped around her finger…
Ashton Beck has been in love with his best friend’s little sister forever, but Lucy was always off limits. Now they’re both grown up, and he’s finally back home in small town Trinity Falls, working his dream job as a firefighter. When he hears that her engagement was broken off, Ashton knows the time to declare his feelings has finally come.
But a tragic accident leaves Ashton suddenly caring for a toddler before he has a chance.
Becoming Kaylee’s dad is the best thing that has ever happened to Ashton. But changing diapers, preparing tiny meals, and trying to convince Kaylee’s social worker that he’s truly worthy of adopting the little one all keep him too busy to offer Lucy the fairytale romance he knows she deserves.
When a chance encounter around the holidays has him claiming to be her new fiancé, the wrong people hear about it, and the two decide they have no choice but to keep the ruse going. But as their fake engagement becomes entangled with real feelings, even those who are in on the secret realize something more is happening.
Will the two open their eyes to the Christmas miracle that is right in front of them? Or will Lucy and Ashton be the last to know that the only people they are fooling with this fake engagement are themselves?
Trinity Falls Sweet Romance is all about finding family – one clean & wholesome romance at a time.
From a widower discovering he has feelings for his kids’ nanny, to a soldier finding out about a secret baby, to a single dad falling in love with his child’s preschool teacher, you’ll lose yourself in these feel-good books celebrating love, family, and the very special small town community of Trinity Falls.
About the Author:
Clara Pines is a writer from Pennsylvania. She loves writing sweet romance, sipping peppermint tea with her handsome husband, and baking endless gingerbread cookies with her little helpers. A holiday lover through and through, Clara wishes it could be Christmas every day. You can almost always figure out where she has curled up to write by following the sound of the holiday music on her laptop!