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My Big Fake Irish Life
October 3, 2014
Linda Symcox is a struggling actress. Not too short, not too tall, she has in between blond and brown hair colour, and is not extremely pretty or extremely ugly. In Hollywood, this means she has nothing to set her apart from the pack and gain her roles. After a trip to Ireland, she comes up with a master plan...she will be Irish Meghan O'Connell, complete with red hair and charming accent. Her plan works a little too well though, as she's offered a role in a television series and becomes very popular, leaving her fans, new friends, and love interest, Michael wondering exactly who she is and why she has no past. Can Linda keep all her lies straight and build a successful career?
This book was cute but nothing too unique or wonderful. Linda quickly becomes in over her head when she turns Irish which makes for some amusing situations as she tries to inform people about Ireland. She is a good person at heart, so it is interesting to see what she'll do as her lies begin to affect her family and personal life. An ok read, well priced on the Kindle for what the story is. I got my $0.89 worth but would have been disappointed if I'd paid $10.00