Faking Bliss (The Moore Family) Paperback – May 19, 2020
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- ASIN : B088VGCC3S
- Publisher : Independently published (May 19, 2020)
- Language: : English
- Paperback : 334 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8647081889
- Item Weight : 12.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.84 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #323,092 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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James was sinking in to a downward spiral after his fiancé left him. He was drinking, fighting and hanging out with the wrong crowd. His family was worried about what he would do at his brother’s upcoming wedding. To get them off his back, he enlisted Ellie to be his “fake” girlfriend. Only now, the lines between fake and real were getting blurred.
Since Ellie had a crush on James since they were kids, would being his “fake” girlfriend a good idea? Could she simply walk away when their time was up? Or would more be on the line to loose?
Abby’s books are always amazing! They are so beautiful and uplifting. Faking Bliss fit right in! I can’t wait to continue to re-read the series.
Faking Bliss is book 2 in the Moore Family series by Abby Brooks. This is a republished and expanded version of Carried Away. Read this before and loved it but this is even better!
After his engagement is called off James Moore has decided love isn’t for him so decided to drink himself to oblivion and not worry about the consequences. Family has tried to talk with him about his spiral downward but he want no parts of it..that is until Ellie Charles comes to his rescue and is totally honest with him. So he decides to ask Ellie to be in a fake relationship to get his family off his back and have a “friend” be his date for his brother’s wedding coming up soon.
Ellie Charles has had a crush on James for a long time and now watching him spiral out of control she wants to help but what he is asking...she is to honest to “fake” but goes along hoping for “real”.
What happens next is lots of heat, laughter, family, opening up and finding love when you least expect it!
The Moore Family is back. James had his heart broken in ways he wasn’t ready for. Ellie has always depended on herself for everything. When these two come together, it’s fireworks!
I absolutely adore James and Ellie. I connected with them in such a profound way that I couldn’t stop reading them. I put off everything I was doing, everything I had planned and I read this book in a single sitting. There was no life outside of James and Ellie.
Abby took these characters and brought them to life. Every single emotion and feeling you could have about them is right there, so tangible that you can feel it with every single turn of the page. James and Ellie captivated me and held me so tightly that I wasn’t ready to let them go when the book was all said and done.
I am really excited for the next installment of the Moore family! I cannot wait to see what happens when Harry meets his match!
Four stars for this fake relationship that takes you for the ride of your life as you watch it all unfold right in front of you.
They embark on a fake a relationship to help each other. They face romantic feelings and struggles try to decide what to do next. Fun, romantic and painful scenes are packed into this book.
I really love Abby’s writing. Her magical words get your attention and makes you always want for more. Love, love, love this series! The older and current versions are both awesome!
Nanedsmomba- reviewer and blogger for Life Reads With Friends
Abby Brooks has the ability to write characters that are so real you actually feel them. They aren't perfect people. They are flawed and broken and human. James is horribly broken at the beginning of this book and I actually felt his pain. Seeing his changes and his healing as the book goes on, I found myself loving this character even more. As Ellie opens up, you realize her past is really affecting her present, as all of ours does. Watching them both fall in love made me remember my own journey to love. They are human characters with human problems and human loves. I can not wait for the next book in this series!