Paper Fools by Staci Hart



Staci always has this knack for taking a possible story and crafting a unique and captivating journey for her readers. It isn't just a book to read, it is lessons to learn and emotions to feel. Her words spear to you on a level not a lot of authors hit.

This book was no different.

I didn't have the chance to read Deer In Headlights previously, so for me this was a new journey. I LOVED it. I felt for all the characters and I swear I became a cheerleader halfway through it.

The odd part?

I was a cheerleader for all the sides.

These characters speak to YOU, to the reader. You become their friends as you read and you become invested int he outcome. I loved it.

I can't put into words how this book was epic, other than the fact that Staci seamlessly tells you 15 different storylines and has it read as one. This book ended perfectly and left everything setup for an endless amount of possible sequels. I cannot wait to read them.


Formerly titled Deer in Headlights, Paper Fools has been rewritten and re-edited just for you.

Aphrodite knows love — just don’t ask her to figure out her own mess. Rather than deal with her sticky love life, she toys with the hearts of unwitting humans. It’s a little game she plays, and the stakes are high. Lucky for her, she’s just found the perfect match. Lex is everything Dean needs, but he can’t have her. It doesn’t matter that her eyes speak to a long forgotten part of him, or that her art and poetry touch his shredded heart. She’s off limits — crossing that line would implode his band and everything he’s ever cared about. There’s only one option: stay away from her, no matter the cost. Even if the price is his heart. Dean is everything Lex wants, but she can’t take the risk. The second she meets him, she knows her heart is in danger. She’s convinced it’s only attraction that has her hung up on the dark, quiet lead singer, but with every day that passes, she knows it’s more. It’s just that she can’t put her heart on the line. She won’t — love has never been worth the sacrifice. If only they knew they were just pawns in a much bigger game. And in the game of love, Aphrodite never loses.