31 August 2013
Review: Faking It
Faking It by Cora Carmack
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I'm being generous giving this 3 stars I think. But I enjoyed it enough for 2 stars to be too low.
It's fun, flirty fiction that you don't really have to think about.
The characters are as likeable as they can be, but are pretty interchangeable - the nice guy and the Rebel Sue. Insert conflict and "unlikely" attraction and BAM, you're done.
There was a definite aversion to the word "nipple" in this book. Think of any other way to describe nipples and you'll find it, you just won't find the word nipple. It kind of made this seem pretty immature. Readers of this series are big girls and can take care of themselves and comfortably read the word NIPPLE.
I don't love this series, but I'm addicted to it. I know I'll read on, almost like the sort of morbid fascination as you pass a car crash that has you gaping out of the window.
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