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In My Smokin' Hot Valentine, Nick Fazzone is the ultimate playboy. He loves women, and, hey, women love him. Last thing he wants is the old ball and chain. But his mother wants him to get married and give her grandchildren. So he plans a weekend at a ski resort to get away from it all.
Romance novelist Ashley Roberts' well has gone dry. She can't write a sex scene to save her life. With a deadline looming, she schedules a writer's retreat to get her juices flowing again. After a blizzard lands her car by the side of the road and she's rescued by a good Samaritan, she discovers her reservation's gone awry. So when her good Samaritan offers to share his suite at the sold-out resort, she can't say no.
Soon sparks are flying between her and the Italian sex god. But when Nick finds out she wrote a thinly-disguised version of him in her latest romance novel, he demands she play his fake fiancee for a month to get his mom off the scent. If she doesn't, he'll sue her and her publisher.
Given little choice in the matter, Ashley goes along with his plan. Problem is she's fallen for the sex god and a month of Nick might be more than she can handle.