I received a copy of this book from Netgalley/Entangled Publishing for an honest review. “Pretend It’s Love” by Stefanie London is Paul Chapman and Libby Harris’ story in the second book of the “Behind the Bar” series. Paul has been hurt in his past relationships. His last girlfriend cheated on him with his cousin then ended up marrying his cousin. Paul decided that marriage was not for him so he became a love ’em and leave em guy. After awhile, the causal hook ups are not appealing to him. His brother is getting married and his ex will be there so he needs a girlfriend fast or a pretend girlfriend. Libby is tired of doing what her dad wants so she drops out of med school to start her own business making cocktails. Paul and Libby end up meeting. Libby agrees to be his girlfriend and he is going help her with her business. Libby and Paul are both struggling with trust issues and confidence in themselves. This agreement was to be a strictly pretend relationship or is it? If you like cocktails and steamy scenes, then this book will be for you. FYI, this contains mature content.