By Kate Aster
The day my life fell apart, I was introduced to this term. It’s comforting to know there’s one word that completely defines my life.
Go ahead. Look it up.
And right next to the term, you might see a picture of me as the example, sweltering in a 40-pound princess gown in front of my castle beside a kiddie coaster …
… and flanked by the sexiest piece of man candy that ever walked this earth: Dylan Sheridan.
The same Dylan Sheridan who’s an Olympic medalist turned MMA fighter turned billionaire entrepreneur.
The same Dylan Sheridan who destroyed my best fantasy the moment I realized he’s just a cock-sure narcissist who thinks I have a single-digit IQ.
And I won’t fall for him. Even when my life spirals out of control and he’s the only one who reaches into the hurricane to pull me out.
Because even though you see his rock-hard body standing by my side … we’re just faking it.
Both Cass and Dylan have their own reasons for not being interested in a relationship, but that doesn’t stop them from having some fun while they’re both staying in Newton’s Creek. But when their sexual relationship becomes public fodder, Dylan suggests a fake relationship to protect Cass’s reputation. He’s used to being in the public eye, to being the irresponsible one in the family and to women using him for their own purpose, so he has no problem with playing a role if it protects Cass.
FAKING IT is told in dual POVs and is the final book in the Homefront: The Sheridans series, where we see the final Sheridan brother fall for the final woman in a trio of best friends. Both Cass and Dylan are very nice people and make a wonderful couple, but Dylan’s complaints about being left out of the family business that no-one knew he wanted to be a part of, were as silly as Cass’s reason for not believing in marriage because her parents got divorced. FULL DISCLOSURE (book 2) was the best book in this series. FAKING IT wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t anything special either, however the epilogue was wonderful and a great way to say goodbye.
Faking It (Homefront: The Sheridans # 3)
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