The Truth About Faking

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Jason wants a date with Harley.
Harley wants a date with Trent.
Trent's still getting over Stephanie.

When Harley and Jason start fake dating, they soon discover everyone's keeping secrets. And the more Harley secretly kisses her fake boyfriend, the further she gets from Trent. As the web grows more tangled, the truth must be revealed. But who will be able to handle what's real and what's fake? More

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About Leigh Talbert Moore

Leigh Talbert Moore is a wife and mom by day, a writer by day, a reader by day, a freelance editor when time permits, a caffeine addict, a chocoholic, a beach bum, a lover of YA and new adult romance (really any great love story), and occasionally she sleeps.

Books by Leigh Talbert Moore:
-DRAGONFLY, Book #1 in the Dragonfly series (New Adult romance, family saga)
-UNDERTOW, Book #2 in the Dragonfly series (NA romance, family saga)
-WATERCOLOR, Book #3 in the Dragonfly series (NA romance, family saga)

-THE TRUTH ABOUT FAKING (Young Adult romantic comedy), 2012
-THE TRUTH ABOUT LETTING GO (YA romance/coming of age), 2013

-ROUGE (NA historical romance, romantic suspense), 2012

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Review by: mandy I Read Indie anderson on Dec. 20, 2012 :
Harley didn't know what she was getting herself into when the idea came to her to fake date Jason. She figured that Trent would see her in a different light if she were to be dumped and that he would want to console her. But in just a few short days Harley's plan to get Trent starts becoming a little fuzzy the more time she spends with Jason. So when she does land that date with he everything she ever thought he would be? Or will her feelings for Jason overcome her?

Ok, so not going to ramble on like I sometimes do, but just state the facts. This book was too adorable and too sweet and too adorable. Oh wait I said that right? But GAH! It is adorable. I loved every bit of it. It was the perfect book for a lazy day at home and I easily read it in one day. Loved the story line even though some parts were a little easy to figure out...but still thought the author did a great job revealing those parts.

I absolutely 100% adore Jason. I love how he never really gave up on Harley, even when it looked like he did. And Harley was a great character to follow as well. I enjoyed that she was a little awkward at first and actually allowed her friend to pretty much walk all over her in the beginning. Because as the book progressed we see her character, slowly but surely, growing more and more.

Probably my only fault with the book…would love to have had Jason’s POV sprinkled in. And really it’s not a fault of the book…just a preference I would have liked. Oh to get into his head and see what he is really thinking. I am telling you people…this guy is perfect. Gremlin and all.

So here is what I am thinking when I finished the book....umm, Moore you so need to continue on with these fabulous people. There is so much that could still be told about them. So I will be crossing my fingers hoping you will see this and decide 'hey, Mandy is so right. She is an absolute genius. There is more story to be told.' Right? I’m right aren't I? ;)

Ok, so I lied. I did ramble a bit, not a bunch, just a bit. But hope you got the jest of what I wanted to tell you about this book. It is a must read. And I hope you go grab yourself a copy soon!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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