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Monday, March 11

Review: Faking It by Diane Alberts

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Title: Faking It

By: Diane Alberts

Publisher: Entangled Publishing

My Copy: Ebook from Publisher

BookWhisperer Rating:

four books


Derek Rory never meant to propose to his best friend's little sister. But when her boss tells a family-oriented investor he's Stephanie's fiancé, Derek can either play along or let her get fired. He's hardly one to turn away from a damsel in distress. If only that damsel wasn't adorable and sexy with a laugh that could melt any cold business mogul’s heart.
When a business proposal becomes a marriage proposal, Stephanie Miller tries to keep it strictly boardroom. But when things get hot under the table, it's all they can do to stay apart. As the tangle of lies drags them deeper into the underhanded world of business politics, Stephanie finds herself in over her head—not just with her job, but with her "fiancé." His eyes are cold, but his kisses light her on fire. If she's not careful, she'll end up faking her way into a real romance.

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Applause to Diane Alberts.  There are so many books out with a similar plot that they all seem to run together but Alberts' unique style of writing made "Faking It" stand out from the multitudes.

Stephanie won me over when she presented herself as a determined and independent woman.  She didn't see Derek (a very handsome and rich man) as dollar signs.  Stephanie saw him as her brother's best friend, someone who was interfering with her life and her ability to stand on her own two feet; which made Derek want her even more.

And Derek, yeah, sexy!  Those chapters that I got to read that where Derek's POV just made me melt.  He wanted nothing more than to help Stephanie and the more she pushed him away because of his assistance, the more it turned him on.  Their time together was exciting to read because they were at each others throats (either yelling at each other or making out.) 


There is a giveaway being held for Faking It at Diane Alberts website. Check out the link below.

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