Tuesday, December 2, 2014

The Trouble With Faking by Rachel Morgan: A Review for Release Day!

The Trouble with Faking by Rachel Morgan
Release Day Blitz

December 2, 2014

After a stupid miscommunication, everyone in Andi’s new res thinks she’s secretly dating Damien, boyfriend of resident queen bee Charlotte. Since the rumour’s already out there and refuses to be squashed, Andi and Damien decide to keep up the facade in the hopes of snagging the attention of the people they really want to be with. Brilliant plan, right? Especially since Damien is the guy Andi’s always wanted. But now there’s Mike, the guy Andi’s pretending to be interested in for the sake of the fake relationship plan, and Noah, Damien’s annoying best friend—who is so not Andi’s type—and suddenly the plan isn’t looking so brilliant anymore.

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I'm super excited that I got to read this book and review it in addition to being a part of the book blitz today for release day.  I've been reading and reviewing this series since the beginning (2.5 books ago).

This is the third full length novel in The Trouble series.  There is also a novella.  I preferred to read them in order because there is a flow to the books and this book depends on some of the back story from the previous book, The Trouble With Flirting, to really understand Andi and some of her hangups.

I really like Andi.  She is motivated and quirky.  Plus, what book lover and blogger wouldn't love a main character who loves book and vlogs about them?!  :)  Andi is fun but one of the best things about her is her rebound attitude.  She hears what others say to her and even if she doesn't agree, she thinks about it and works it through in her head.  She isn't afraid to stand up to the bully and she has a forgiving heart.

These books always keep me interested and I usually read through them quickly.  There is some mild swearing, which I didn't love, but other than that, it was a pretty clean book.  There are some kissing scenes.  It's young love at it's best with a South African setting.  Easy, diverting reading.


Rachel Morgan is a South African author who spent a large portion of her childhood living in a fantasy-land of her own making. After completing a degree in genetics, she decided science wasn’t for her—after all, they didn’t approve of made-up facts. These days she spends much of her time immersed in fantasy land once more, writing fiction for young adults and those young at heart.

She is the author of the bestselling Creepy Hollow series, and the lighthearted contemporary romance Trouble series.

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