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Fake it 'Til you Break it by Meagan Brandy

11 months ago


Y'all, if you need a read to keep you on your toes and brutalize your heart with a hammer, here ya go. This novel was beautiful and heart breaking and had me so obsessed I couldn't stop once I started. This was an all nighter for me. I love fake relationship reads. I mean, we always know how they turn out, but this one? You don't see the twists coming. Iw as back and forth and shipping these guys so hard. I am a big fan of Meagan and her books but this one, I wasn't sure until I read the first page. Then I was so hooked I ordered pizza for dinner and bribed my kids to let me read. This book had the emotional aspects and it was the angst, but the best part about it was the relationships. Not the sexy ones, but I mean those were fridge hot. But it was the relationships between all the characters. They were a crew and I loved every bit of it. These characters threw down hard and I was here for it. But really I'm rambling. Guys this was a story about love. A story about healing and just love. But also secret, don't forget those. The secrets are the best part because you wont see this coming.

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Synopsis:

Fake. That’s what we are. That’s what we agreed to be. I thought it would be harder, convincing everyone our school’s star receiver was mine and mine alone, but we played our parts well. So well, the lines between us began to blur until they disappeared completely. The thing about pretending, though, someone’s always better at it, and by the time I realized my mistake, there was no going back. I fell for our lie. And then everything fell apart. It turned out, he and I were never playing the same game. He didn’t have to break me to win. But he did it anyway.