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A new hockey player to steal your heart this fall…

The dreamiest player on the Moo U hockey team hangs a flyer on the bulletin board, and I am spellbound:

Rent a boyfriend for the holiday. For $25, I will be your Thanksgiving date. I will talk hockey with your dad. I will bring your mother flowers. I will be polite, and wear a nicely ironed shirt…

Everyone knows it’s a bad idea to introduce your long-time crush to your messed-up family. But I really do need a date for Thanksgiving, even if I’m not willing to say why. So I tear his phone number off of that flyer… and accidentally entangle our star defenseman in a ruse that neither of us can easily unwind.

Who knew that Weston’s family was even nuttier than mine? He needs a date, too, for the most uncomfortable holiday engagement party ever thrown.

There will be hors d’oeuvre. There will be faked PDA. And there will be pro-level awkwardness…

Boyfriend is a full-length book for Weston and Abbi!



Fake relationships, definitely not my go-to when it comes to favorite tropes within the romance genre. But Sarina Bowen always hits it out of the park with her books and Boyfriend in the Moo U series was absolutely that.

It’s just downright cute! I love that it just started off as something small, answering a fake boyfriend ad and then just seeing this amazing friendship take off from there. I seriously could not stop saying, “awwwww”.

Trust me, you’ll fall in love with Abbi and Weston soooo easily. Boyfriend was a great mix of everything that I absolutely needed. It was a one-sitting kind of read and I can’t wait to go back and read again.

I highly recommend the audiobook, I have loved all the books I listened to by Sarina and this was no different. Great narrators and it’s a quick read. Sigh, I’m in love, the end!

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  1. I read this one, but I wouldn’t mind a re-read with the audiobook. It sounds like it delivered. I love how Sarina Bowen can make a trope that isn’t your favorite shine.

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