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When Lucas Hunt proposes that we fake a relationship to get what we both want, I think it’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard.
Yes, I need my car fixed, and yes, he needs to publicly move on from his disaster of a past relationship, but I’m not sure my anxiety or my preference for solitude can handle what he’s asking of me.
After all, as an avid reader and the star employee of Books & Beans, I’ve read enough fake dating trope storylines to know how this ends.
I refuse to be the girl who falls for the guy she’s pretending to be with.
Even though we’re spending all this time together, and I’m getting to know the real version of him, and he’s absurdly nice to look at—
Nope. Nope. Nope. Not me.
…I’m in so much trouble.
𝙼𝚈 𝚁𝙰𝚃𝙸𝙽𝙶 & 𝙷𝙾𝙽𝙴𝚂𝚃 𝚃𝙷𝙾𝚄𝙶𝙷𝚃𝚂:
Rating- 4.5 out of 5 stars
This was such an amazing read. The fast burn relationship between Lucas and Kate was so AMAZING. Like always Jennifer came through on 👏🏻👏🏻representation👏🏻👏🏻 Not only does she have a lesbian couple, she has nonbinary characters in the novel, and she helps the conversation with addiction and how divorce can affect children.
The world building in this was so nice. There was a connection that I saw from her last novel, Just For You, which helped me be super immersed into the world that was built. I love how Kate was a very big recluse. She works most days at her aunts bookstore/coffee shop, she cares a TON about her grades because she NEEDS that scholarship, and she doesn’t let anybody in when it comes to her family.
Lucas was not what I was expecting, and I’m glad. I thought he’d be more of a grump or be mean, I kept expecting it throughout the read. But it never came, he was a SWEETHEART and I loved the way this novel ends.
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