This was a book club pick at ARe, and I picked up a copy during the rebate period. The story is reminiscent of a Jennifer Aniston movie called Picture Perfect - here a landscaper named Emma convinces recently discharged soldier Sean to pose as her fiance. Emma wants her grandmother to sell her the family home, and thinks a marriage will help seal the deal. The rest of the story falls in all the expected places, but it is written well and moves along nicely. There's also a nice subplot featuring Emma's grandmother rekindling a friendship that turns into something more.This is also the first Carina Press title I've read. Yours to Keep is third in a series by Stacey, and I may just look up the other two to get the full story.