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Mural artist Tilda Goodnight is struggling to pay off the mortgage on the family business and keep the Goodnight secrets safely hidden. Juggling her life gets even more complicated when she hides in Clea Lewis's closet and collides with sexy Davy Dempsey. Tilda is in Clea's bedroom to steal back a forged painting; Davy's there to steal Clea's account codes and retrieve the $3 million the larcenous blonde stole from him. Somehow, Tilda finds herself exchanging a mind-blowing kiss with her fellow burglar, and when Davy follows her home and rents a room from her mother, she's forced to deal with the charming con man. Everyone in Tilda's world is pretending to be someone else, including her daydreaming mother, her split-personality sister, and her cross-dressing ex-brother-in-law. All of them, including Tilda and Davy, are Faking It. What will happen when all the secrets are out and everyone knows the truth about everyone else? Will Davy recover his 3 million? Will Tilda recover all the forged paintings and find her true artistic calling? Will Tilda's mother run off to Aruba with a hit man named Ford? And exactly what is the difference between a man labeled a "doughnut" and one who deserves the title "muffin"?
Faking It is a hilarious, warm novel with a cast of quirky and wonderful characters that endear while they charm. Readers who met the Dempsey siblings in Crusie's Welcome To Temptation will be delighted to revisit the family and discover what happens to Davy Dempsey when he meets his romantic nemesis, Tilda Goodnight. --Lois Faye Dyer --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Great fun with lively quirky characters. I laughed out loud many times over all the characters in this book but especially the 2 main ones. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Becky Jennings
my complete favorite! i have read this book more than once. still makes me laugh!Published 1 month ago by tamara klepel
The combo of quirky characters, romance, and edgy humor is a winner and Crusie is the master. I hope she keeps writing them because I can't put them down and while they're... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lola Jones
This book is a delightful romp through quirky characters, and amusing misunderstandings and situations. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shasta
A fun read but not super well written. Worth the price.Published 4 months ago by Professor Kala Krishna
Easy read that kept me entertained. Ive never been disappointed with a Crusie book. All of her main characters are always witty and fun to follow.Published 5 months ago by heather lehner
I've read this book 3 times. It's funny every time! I would love to be a part of the Goodnight family.Published 7 months ago by Tina Poole
I love almost everything Jennifer Crusie writes but this was just a little too quirky for me. It was cute but I prefer many of her other books.Published 7 months ago by Sherrill