The Engagement Arrangement
An accidentally-in-love rom-com sure to warm your heart - 'a lovely summer read'
by Jaci Burton
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 6 Jul 2021 | Archive Date 20 Jul 2021
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If you love Holly Martin, Sarah Morgan and Jill Shalvis, you'll love Jaci Burton!
What readers are saying about The Engagement Arrangement!
'What a lovely summer read! The vineyard setting was so idyllic and romantic'
Don't miss The Best Man Plan - out now! A 'sweet and hot friends-to-lovers story' set in a gorgeous vineyard!
'Always sexy, romantic and charming' Jill Shalvis
'The characters leap off the page and the romance sparkles' Romantic Times
What do you do when you develop feelings for your fake fiancé? Jaci Burton's next Boots and Bouquets novel is an accidentally-in-love romance sure to warm your heart.
Brenna Bellini is never going to get married again.
She's thrilled to be her friend's bridesmaid though - that is, until she realizes who else is in the wedding party. Brenna's going to have to spend four days in the company of not only her ex-husband, but also her high school nemesis. There's no way she'll let the fact she's single be rubbed in her face all weekend. She's going to find herself a fake fiancé.
Finn Nolan has had it bad for Brenna ever since he came from Ireland to work at the Bellini family vineyard. After falling for Brenna from afar, this Irish cowboy is determined to take the chance to show the woman of his dreams that he is her Mr Right.
So what does a confirmed never-getting-married-again woman do when the man of her dreams unexpectedly lands right in front of her? Because for the first time, she might not be able to walk away. This time it might be forever.
Want more fun romance? Look out for more cowboys and weddings in the Boots and Bouquets series and check out Jaci's gorgeously romantic Hope series beginning with Hope Flames. Or, to turn up the heat, look out for Jaci's sizzling Brotherhood by Fire and Play-By-Play series which began with The Perfect Play.