Title: A December Bride
But the news of their upcoming (and phony) nuptials convinces a big client that Layla may be high-society enough to work for his agency, a coup that would put her fledgling home-staging business on the map. Seth has secretly loved Layla for years, even when she was dating his best friend. Maybe she’ll never forgive him for the way he hurt her back then, but he has to try. And Layla is willing to keep up their engagement farce until she’s landed her client. For Layla, it’s the chance to save her career. But for Seth, it’s his last chance to win her heart.
I both loved and hated how short this book was!
Seth and Layla were both great characters – I loved them both! But it would have been fun to have other characters developed more (I guess I will have to read Denise Hunter’s book “Barefoot Summer” to learn Beckett & Madison’s story)