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Release Blitz: April 10, 2017
How do you know when a fake relationship turns into a real one? #AskingForAFriend Claire is not: - A natural athlete - Very good with mornings - Greyson Vaughn’s real girlfriend But she pretends to be his girlfriend on television. And Twitter. And the gossip websites that question Every. Single. Thing. about his movie star existence. Including the question on everyone’s lips — #WhosThatGirl? Enlisted by her grandmother to act as Greyson’s “mysterious English girlfriend” during a weekend at Castle Calder, Claire agrees to help the Hollywood hottie combat rumors of stalking his pop-star ex. She needs a distraction — from grad school, bills and her dull-as-dishwater love life — and, well, it’s only for a weekend. Until Greyson asks her to continue the ruse through his upcoming London premiere. And another trip to Castle Calder for a sexy weekend escape. Where there are no cameras and no reporters. Nothing but the two of them and a “fake” relationship that’s starting to feel very, very real.
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About the AuthorBrenda is a displaced New Yorker living in the English countryside. She writes novels about teens and twenty-somethings kissing. Her characters do other things, too, but there's always kissing. When she's not writing, Brenda enjoys hiking, running and reading. In theory, she also enjoys cooking, but it's more that she enjoys eating and, try as she might, she can't live on Doritos alone.
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3 Stars - Average Read
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This was a really cute, light read.
I enjoyed Claire and Greyson and enjoyed their story, but felt like all of them could have been developed a little but more. Both main characters seemed a little flip floppy, which was completely understandable at first, but was became frustrating as it continued.
Ms. St John Brown has a very cute writing style that definitely contributed to the fun of the book. This is the second book in a series and I am curious about book 1.
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