It’s a role to play, and I’ve always been a good actor.



Our recommended read for today,
January, 12th, 2020.

If only every little white lie led to a romance hotter than sin… Red Hot Lies is a steamy fake fiancé romance with enough naughtiness to make her forget every one of her exes – not just the one at the party. A fabulous, fun and flirty read to add some spice to your Sunday! 

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Red Hot Lies

A handsome and successful executive with a fear of commitment.
A gorgeous redhead who lied to get her family off her back.
Put them together, and you get one hell of a complicated fake engagement.

I could never say no to a charming young woman–even one who lied about being engaged. Liz is sweet but a bit naive. She’s gotten herself into a bind, so I go along with it. Twirl her around the dance floor. Make nice with her family. Kiss her when her ex comes sniffing around.

Spending time with this bright, intriguing woman is no hardship. It’s fun spoiling her the way a good fiancé should. But it’s not real. It’s a role to play, and I’ve always been a good actor.

In the theater, the act ends when the curtain falls. In real life, will I be able to extract myself from this
situation before Liz gets hurt?

What the Reviews Say

Fantastic read! What better way to prove to your family and your ex that you’re over the ex? Have a fake fiance for a family party. That was the plan for Liz…until the fake fiance ended up being someone completely different and she falls for him. Another great story by Mia Madison!

Red Hot Lies was fabulous! It was sweet and left me with a warm feeling. Liz and Jackson were great with undeniable chemistry.

Jackson believes he can’t be what Liz needs but he is everything the perfect guys even with his hang up and Liz grows to be stronger by his side. These two are perfect together and their chemistry is off the charts! Great read!

Want to get back at an ex? What better way than to have a fake fiancé. That’s what Liz thought would be the best course of action anyway. Enter Jackson the man for the job

As always Mia delivers a quick and funny read about a little lie and mistaking identity. All I can say is I wish I had Liz’s luck and got myself a smart, handsome as sin CEO like Jackson because I lied to my mom.