I’m freakishly tall. When 96% of the male population is shorter than I am, dating does not come easy. After my last (and only) boyfriend broke my heart, I have no intention of dating anyone.
Not even Theo.
It doesn’t matter that he’s taller than me. Or that his laugh makes my skin pebble in goosebumps, and his smile brightens even the dullest of days.
Repeat after me: I am happy in the friend zone.
Until I discover I’m pregnant with my ex-boyfriend’s baby. This is a secret I will keep for as long as possible… which isn’t long enough. When the company gossip girl finds out and spreads it around work, she mentions Theo is the father.
With that one misunderstanding, Theo becomes something more than a friend: the perfect fake boyfriend and an amazing father-to-be.
The longer we pretend a relationship, the harder it is for me to see the truth hidden within the fiction. Is our lie worth keeping if it ruins our friendship and shatters my heart in the process?
It’s Not Like It’s a Secret is a sweet workplace romance with best friends to lovers and is perfect for readers who love swoony while keeping the action clean and wholesome.