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Faking It (Losing It) Paperback – June 4, 2013
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And... we have dual POV's! We get to see both Max and Cade's thoughts and feelings, and for those of you who follow my reviews- you know how much I love that!
I think one of the reasons I liked this book a tiny bit more was because of the depth attached to it. Cade is hurting over the rejection of his best friend and is trying to move on. (Something that's hard to do, when your best friend and the love of her life live in the same city as you do.) He has a habit of letting people go and doesn't fight for what he wants. Which brings us to Max. Max carries significantly more baggage than Cade does. She is dealing with a lot when it comes to her family. Her parents basically expect perfection from her, when she is anything but. Max has a feisty personality and a lot of spunk. She likes her hair dyed bright colors, her plethora of tattoos and piercings, and her sexy outfits. She is a rocker chick in every sense of the word. Music is the one thing that makes sense to Max. And that's the one thing her parents don't take seriously. She is also still dealing with the loss of someone important to her from the past and doesn't really confront it until the end of the book.
However, her parents don't know about the crazy clothes, the dyed hair, or the tattoos and piercings. Which leaves Max in quite a bind when her parents randomly show up to see her, wanting to meet her boyfriend.Read more ›
A follow up to Losing It, Faking It is a great take from both Max's and Cade's POV in first-person. For those who read Losing It and felt for poor Cade, well, he gets his. Max is relatable and I rooted for her all the way, even when she needed to be smacked upside the head. Eh, she's young. New Adult genre and all. Cade is a great hero and puts up with more than any other guy would. The back-stories were particularly interesting and this had a good conclusion. It was nice watching these two heal each other and fall in love.
Cade meets his complete opposite in McKenzie Miller, a.k.a. Max. She's an angry, pierced, tattooed bartender/dancer - trying to make it as a singer in her band. As Max deals with a rift between her family, she pretends to be in a relationship with Cade to help smooth the friction between her and her parents. Cade plays the perfect part and starts to steal Max's heart in the process.
Their relationship progresses into a heartfelt love story as Cade and Max learn how to cope with life's disappointments and tragedies. Although I enjoyed reading "Faking It," it did not surpass my love for the first book in this series, "Losing It." But, it still deserves a good rating of 3.5 Stars.
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I really enjoyed the ease of reading this book. I enjoyed the plot of the book that made it more substantial than a typical romance novel.Published 9 days ago by A. G.
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Probably my new favorite book. It's so relatable to me I just felt attached to both characters from the start.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
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I read Finding It before this one, so I was unsure if there would be spoilers or if it really mattered in which order they are read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ashley
A good romance read! I must admit my expectations were low (not sure why) but I was pleasantly surprised. Awesome holiday read.Published 3 months ago by Angela
I LOVED this romance. I love opposites falling in love stories.
And the scene they first have sex... HOT!