She’s always despised me. But I need her to say yes.
My grandfather’s dying wish is to see one of his grandsons engaged.
It’s so important to him that he makes it into a contest between us.
The first one to become betrothed will inherit his entire fortune.
I have to win; I always do.
So, I ask my best friend’s little sister to pretend to be my fiancée.
It’s just a mutually beneficial sham for my childhood enemy and me.
Until I accidentally see her topless.
Then I can’t get her out of my mind.
But there’s no way my heart’s getting involved. Right?
I abhor him. But he can help me out.
My strict, religious parents are always breathing down my neck.
They think I should be barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen by now.
Meanwhile, I just want to enjoy a normal college experience.
Brent says he needs a fake fiancée to win a competition.
It’s something only my older brother’s ridiculously arrogant best friend would do.
But it could get my parents off my back about my lifestyle choices.
There’s no other reason I want him to fake propose to me, though.
It has nothing to do with the fact that he makes me blush. Right?
Is our scheme so good that we’re fooling ourselves too?
Or is getting fake engaged the best real thing to happen to us?
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