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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Pretending She's His Review

New York Times bestselling author Kelsie Leverich continues her series in her new Hard Feelings novella, where a tempting little lie turns into so much more…

Eva Riley is the maid of honor at her best friend’s wedding and it just so happens that her ex is the best man. Eva’s a straight shooter and definitely not the damsel-in-distress type. But with her pride on the line and her ex’s heart on his sleeve, there might not be enough champagne in the world to get her through this weekend…

Trevor Owens may be one hell of a good friend to Eva, but he’s always wanted to get the fiery redhead between the sheets. So he swoops in and offers a solution to her ex problem: they can pretend to be together—just for the weekend. But when their little game of make-believe is over, will they be able to tell what’s real and what’s only pretend?

4 out of 5 Stars
Totally steamy! This is how a novella should be done! When we get two characters who already have history is it so much easier to believe the romance in a novella, which is exactly why I believe Pretending She's His got it right. I was waiting for when Trevor and Evas time would come while reading Feel the Rush. These two could melt the paint off your walls because their interactions are HOT HOT HOT. But it was also a sweet little story to, because I think both Trevor and Eva were blind sided by how their feeling changed so quickly. Sometimes PRETENDING comes a little to natural for it to be only that. Great read, though I would recommend reading at the very least Feel the Rush first. 

About the Author
I am a wife and a mommy to two adorable knuckleheads, hair stylist by day, writer by night. My crazy life revolves around my family (to include two dogs and a cat) and most of the time, actually all of the time, it's a crazy mess - but I love it! Drinking wine and reading books helps :)

I'm a sucker for Romance, add some toe curling smut and I'm done for!

My passion is writing. It's the thing I think about when I wake up in the morning, the thing I think about in between packing lunches and giving baths, and the thing I think about when I close my eyes at night. A book can teleport you to another life, to another world. It can sweep you off your feet, make you fall in love, break your heart and heal your soul. I love reading for those reasons, and I love writing for those reasons.

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