The Runway Project 1
When fake romance meets real chemistry, there's nothing to do but fall in love
One has been dumped
The other catfished
On these peculiar circumstances lay the foundation of their very fake relationship
William 'Willy' Hicks needs his family to stop playing matchmakers over the holidays. He has no intention of going through what he did last Christmas. Feeling like a medieval bride being looked over by potential suitors.
Ainsley Allen needs a buffer between him and his estranged parents for the holidays. His career as an androgynous model doesn't exactly make things any easier between them.
Drawn to each other by similar circumstances, Will and Ainsley embark upon a fake relationship to make Christmas a little more tolerable. When the unexpected chemistry hits them, they have no option but to admit fake has become real. But for all his sass, Ainsley has layers Will must unwrap to reach the man behind all the attitude. And Will still has his own healing to do. But Christmas creates just the right condition for healing hearts, sweet kisses, new possibilities, and a puppy named Cotton.
Unwrapping Ainsley is a 50k+ novel featuring age-gap. It is the first book in the new Project Runway series.
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Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay, Genderfluid, Genderqueer, Non Binary
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 36-45
Tropes: Age Difference, Coming Home, Fake Relationship, Famous / Not Famous, InstaLove / Love at First Sight, May/December, Meet Cute, Most Mindblowing Sex Ever, Opposites Attract, Pretend Boyfriend / Girlfriend, Smartass Twinks
Word Count: 55000
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters
I fell hard for these MCs. The connection they share instantly is what dreams are made of. The past obstacles they have overcome to get where they are was touchingly portrayed. I can’t say enough good about this book. I absolutely loved it!
This was the first i’ve read from this particular author but definitely won’t be the last.