Set in: New York
Summary: What happens when a writing professor and a male escort become friends? Thirty-four-year old professor Andi Cutrone has broken up with her fiance in Massachusetts, moved back to her native New York, and wants to be a better lover. So after meeting Devin, a handsome, charming escort, she proposes an unusual arrangement: lessons about writing in exchange for lessons about sex. When Devin accepts Andi’s proposal, he draws up a contract in which the two are forbidden to see each other socially. There’s just one problem: Andi also wants Devin. Faking It is a witty, sometimes hilarious, sometimes heart-wrenching story about relationships, writing, and getting real.
Well well well… this book was a ton of fun. I absolutely loved this book.
I was needing something light and fluffy so I went to Kindle Unlimited and searched chick lit, this popped up. I was expecting to read something enjoyable but not five stars.
Well guys in my opinion this book is fantastic. For starters the main characters is truly and average size 12 American, which ironically authors don’t write. Most of the time the main characters sound like they should be on the cover of vogue, not working in a cubicle, and that was utterly refreshing to read for once.
When I first started reading this book I anticipated reading/listening to it about 30 minutes of day, when I opened this book and started reading I had to force myself to put the book down at 2 am, I had to go to work the next morning, and once I got to the part of my day that I could put headphones in I started listening to the book.
I loved both the characters, and I am a little disappointed at the direction the book took, but then I realized there are two more books and well I am not so sad anymore.
This book also made me want to book a flight to NYC, bad.
In short this book is a fabulous fast read that I promise you will enjoy start to finish, this is the perfect romance to read by the pool or if you are one of the lucky ones the beach.