10 Rules for Faking it

Book: Ten Rules for Faking it | Author: Sophie Sullivan | Genre: Rom-Com | Rating:4/5

This book was really cute! I needed a light and quick “come down” read after finishing the a.c.o.t.a.r. Series. This book was like a giant hallmark movie hug!

This book follows a 30 year old woman named Everly who works as a producer for a radio station. The book starts out on homegirls birthday which is the same day she found her boyfriend in bed with another woman! Gag! Oh did I also mention her amazing bff was on air as Ev was ranting about how awful her morning was? Then her boss Chris makes her go home!!! She thinks it’s because she is going to be fired but in all reality it’s because he was worried about her and wanted to give her the day… Oh and he brought her dessert so there’s that.. The radio station ends up being swarmed with people who want to help Ev find love and that my friends is where the radio station bachelorette was born!!! This book was adorable and also very relatable. It showed a close up and real example of anxiety in someone who is trying to function in society. I love a romance book that is charming but also insightful!



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This is my little oasis where I can drink my wine, probably get a little too tipsy and post my reviews about the books that I am usually too embarrassed to openly say I am reading. (Why do I still love young teen love, gross)

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