I've read quite a number of romance books about attractive male secret agents falling for someone while undercover. This book is in the same vein, but it's pretty silly and unbelievable. I know...are any undercover romance stories believable? However, this definitely isn't realistic. The hero is a pretty careless undercover FBI agent. While undercover, with the door to his office open, he has conversations with his FBI supervisor about the undercover operation. He was quite indiscreet and that made it hard for me to relate to his character as a smart, secret agent.
The heroine could have been better. She came off as cold and unlikable.
This is a quick book. You'll have to check your brain at the door because the characters behave so absurdly much of the time.
An attractive young accountant in an impossible dilemma asks a new colleague to pose as her husband for the weekend, unaware that he is not who he appears to be. What secret, possibly dangerous motives does he have for agreeing to her bizarre scheme?