“There is nothing fake about you,” he whispers in my ear. “Or us.”
I work with numbers because they’re reliable, predictable, and finite. With such a stable, respected career, no one suspects where I’ve come from or what I did to get here.
Until Wyn Riley.
He’s a rock star who’s lost his band, yet he wanders his carefree butt around like his whole life hasn’t imploded in his face. He spends his money without thinking and distracts himself with women and booze, all with an infuriating, devil-may-care grin.
But, the moment a co-worker with a penchant for blackmail figures out my past, I’m in trouble, and Wyn’s unwanted presence in my office is the only way out.
We reach an easy agreement—I’ll pretend to be his girlfriend for a weekend so his family gets off his back about his new, less improved lifestyle, and he’ll act like my fiancé at my firm’s next function to intimidate my co-worker into shutting up.
It’s the perfect, no strings attached solution. Why? Because emotionless problem-solving is what I do. I’m an expert at men’s vices, a genius at managing their bank accounts, and all too wise of their cover-ups.
But what will happen when I unearth a man’s heart?
Synced to Us is an opposites attract, enemies to lovers STANDALONE romance with a small town guy wooing a big city girl. It is a spicy romance with lots of sweet moments. Add in flirtation, banter, good old insults, and a certain car scene that makes them second-guess their fake relationship status, you get a no cliffhanger, no cheating, happily ever after guaranteed to make you swoon.
About Ketley Allison
Ketley has always been a romantic at heart. That passion ignited when she realized she could put those dreams into words and her soul into characters. Ketley was born in Canada, moved to Australia when she was thirteen, to California when she was twenty, and finally to New York to attend law school, but most of that time was spent sitting in coffee shops and wine bars thinking of her next book.
Her other passions include coffee, wine, Big Macs, her cat, and her husband, possibly in that order.