Hi guys! I'm back again. Wow, twice in 2 weeks. My goal is to post every Tuesday. I had one all set up for today (and two others set for other dates) with clever words and snarky asides, but blogger decided it was angry at me for my too-long sabbatical and deleted all three posts. Actually, so much has changed, I'll admit there's a teeny-tiny chance it could have been user-error. Maybe.
Without anymore blah, blah, blah... I will redo today's post, although the wit and cleverness (both of which were likely a figment of my imagination in the first place) will be absent since I am now sick and going on 5 hours of sleep between the last two nights. Also, I may or may not be hopped up on DayQuil.
I was perusing Twitter not long ago and saw a book rec by Leigh Talbert Moore. I'm sure most of you know & trust her, as do I. I thought I'd buy it, and ended up reading her blurb and buying hers instead. I don't read too much YA, but it sounded great, & it was.
The Truth About Faking (TTAF) is fun, light and heartwarming, and a romance. *raises hand* Me, me, me!.
I even wrote a review on Amazon:
The Truth About Faking gave me what I love best in a book - great,
believable characters and sparkling dialogue. The cherry was the
The fake dating was fun, and flirty with the
blossoming attraction between Harley and Jason, who were both
independent and strongly written characters that meshed well. The
secondary characters were just as great.
I'm a huge HEA gal, and
my favorite part of this story was all the HEAs. Nobody ends up getting
walked on, tossed out or crushed. Harley is so likable for her
consideration. Better yet, it all played out with nothing feeling
contrived or forced.
Here is a teaser for the book:
Jason pauses a moment. “I really like you. And I think you really like me, too.”
I can’t answer. I do like him, but he has to understand. “That’s really beside the point right now.”
“How?” His eyebrows pull together.
I look back at our hands, fingers laced on the table, and try to be firm, to reason with us both.
“You showed up here two weeks ago, and hit me with your car. And now you just expect me to drop everything I was doing and pick up with you.”
“But you want to,” he says softly.
Isn't that sweet?
You can find the book at Amazon, B&N, Smashwords & Kobo.
You can find Leigh at her blog, That's Write, Facebook & Goodreads.