Writing about the funnier side of love...
White Girl in La Casa
After being dumped by the last bad boy she's ever going to date, Calliope meets her Hispanic prince charming. Peter Delgadillo is the perfect gentleman, sure, but he's also extremely easy to look at with a flirtatious grin, naturally tanned skin that radiates over gorgeous muscle, and the potential to be Calliope's passionate Latin lover who whispers sweet Spanish nothings into her ear. Hmmm...if only she could convince him that she is his Caucasian love goddess. However, Peter wants to remain in the 'just amigos' category. Well, that is until a pipe bursts and they are forced to stay with Peter's mother. He confesses that in order to ease his mother's ailing heart, they need to act like a couple in love. Pretend to adore one another? Play the of the adorable girlfriend while getting to touch, fondle, cuddle and cozy up to the man that she's been madly in love with for years?
However, nothing is getting past Peter's mother, Margarita, who is not fond of the new white girl who doesn't speak the language, don't know the culture and doesn't eat meat! With quite the language barrier and culture shock, Calliope struggles to keep her end of the bogus relationship bargain especially when she begins to realize their friendship may break her heart.
Oh, and then there's Peter's brother, Eddie, who threatens to blow the secret wide open because he knows it's all an act. With a love triangle right out of a Spanish novella, Calliope tries to figure out what's real and what isn't so her heart won't take another blow.
One white girl, one fake boyfriend who should be The One, one ice cold Margarita who's determined to drive her out and the one guy who knows it's all a sham. It'll be a wonder if this white girl will survive in la casa...
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