Title: My Fake Canadian Wife
Publisher: NineStar Press
Cover Artist: Natasha Snow
Publication Date: January 7, 2019
Length: 25600 words
Reviewed by Jenn
When Dora receives a letter from the immigration service in Canada saying she will be deported soon, as her visa is expiring, a friend suggests she marry a woman. Since she doesn’t currently have a girlfriend, faking a relationship might be her only option since she can’t muster the desire to return to school for advanced photograph studies.
Abby is a reserved librarian who seems enthusiastic about helping with the marriage plan. As the two girls get to know each other through dates in snowy Toronto and meeting Abby’s family for Christmas, Dora starts to wonder how much of this relationship they are faking and how much is real.
This is my first book by M. Hollis and my first F/F book and I really enjoyed it.
This was a quick read and I admit that I would have liked more of Dora and Abby. I have always been a fan of fake relationship books and this one is really sweet.
All the scenes with Dora and Abby being at Abby’s family home for Christmas were my favorite. I loved seeing Abby show Dora what their life could be like together. Dora is a character that needs a person like Abby in her life, even if she’s not ready to admit it.
Relationships are hard, even fake ones. The only thing I can’t help but wish for is more, I would have liked to go deeper into Abby and Dora. There is something there that makes me care about both women, I’d love to see more of them.
I just found myself wanting more because I genuinely liked these women!
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