Dungeons and Drama by Kristy Boyce is perfect for fans of the enemies-to-lovers and fake relationship tropes in romance novels. Riley wants to be a Broadway theater director, but her more immediate goal is planning her high school’s spring musical--at least until stealing her mom’s car without permission lands her in trouble. For Riley, spending the hours after schoolworking in her dad’s game shop rather than rehearsing for the school musical seems like punishment. To get out of it, she convinces Nathan, the game shop’s other teen employee, to cover her shifts while she’s at rehearsal. In return, she agrees to flirt with him to make his crush jealous. What starts out as acting becomes more and more real as Riley realizes she enjoys gaming with Nathan and that her fake crush on him might turn out to be real.