After learning that her ex-fiancé will be spending the holidays next door to her parents' home, the last thing florist Mariah Peters wants is for him to see that she’s still single two years after they called off their wedding. And so she comes up with the perfect lie... that she’s engaged.
Too bad the man she hired to pretend to be her fiancé is grounded on the other side of the country and can't make it in time.
Enter friend Logan Garrison who volunteers to be the replacement. After all, that’s what friends are for, right?
But that’s before a practice kiss changes everything...
“This is a heartwarming, warm hug of a read that drew me in and that I didn’t want to end. Having read several books by this author I have come to expect a high standard of writing along with some good feels, though no silly and unnecessary drama. Her characters are always well portrayed and the plots are captivating. The Replacement Fiance delivered on all of these and more… This is such a feel-good read, not too sentimental or slushy, not too angsty and not just for the holidays.” – Life in the Book Lane
“What a cute romantic story. I always love a good-friends-to-more romance and Liz Durano delivered that in spades. From the moment I started to read this story, I was hooked. This author just has a way with words. It just grabbed my attention and did not let go.” –Sherri, Goodreads
“This is a sweet and romantic story with a heartbreaking past.” –Shelly, Goodreads
“As a Liz Durano fan since I read Everything She Ever Wanted, this bookbaby was a sweet foray into a different world with her. I love how Liz can take any premise and make a great story with it; no matter if the premise includes heavy subjects like PTSD, death of a spouse or infant, or taking a chance like in this book, where emotional scars are the premise. I loved how Logan and Mariah came together in this story.” –Loretta, Goodreads