Over the last few years I have become quite the fan of the rom-com. And author Sophie Sullivan doesn’t disapoint in her new book. It’s a fun story, with interesting characters you root for and thoroughly enjoy. So if you like the genre, this one is for you.
It’s the 30th birthday for radio producer Everly Dean and like most other birthdays it’s not a good one. She finds her boyfriend in bed with another woman and then her story is accidentally broadcast on her radio show. This might cost her the job she loves but the station manager Chris vows to save her job. He also happens to be hot for her and tries to deny his attraction to her. He comes up with an idea to help with ratings….make Everly a bachelorette and set her up on dates and let the audience be part of it. She doesn’t really want to do but agrees to. As the promotion goes on Chris finds his feelings for her grow stronger and she’s attracted to him as well. And soon they get closer until truths about Chris come out and it might be over before it even begins.
You can pick up Ten Rules For Faking It in stores on Tuesday, December 29th from St. Martin’s Griffin.
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