Which is easier, pretending to date my best friend, or pretending not to be in love with him?
When the biggest career opportunity of my life–my own home reno TV show–sends me back to my hometown, I’m less than excited. Paradise, Idaho might be paradise for everyone else, but it never was for me. Except for my best friend, Zach.
When he signs on to be a contractor on my show, things start to look up. And heat up.
If only Zach wasn’t about to propose to someone else. Even my rocking curves and great hair can’t compete with that.
Problem is, my fans think we’re a thing and want to see us together. And my show’s producers want what the fans want. My TV show is about to become my fantasy–a love story about Zach and me.
But TV is the only place where the story can be true. Telling Zach how I feel means risking my business, and even worse, our friendship.
I could lose everything. Including the one person I want more than anything.
The second book in the Love in Paradise Valley series, (Not So) Famous in Paradise is a laugh-out-loud, friends to more, romantic comedy that can be read as a stand-alone.