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The Trouble with Faking (The Trouble Series Book 3) by [Morgan, Rachel]
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"In a market flooded with coming of age romance novels, it's always a delightful surprise when one catches you off guard and blows you away with its awesomeness." ~ JESSICA, MAINE BOOK MOMMA

About the Author

Rachel Morgan is a South African author who spent a large portion of her childhood living in a fantasy land of her own making. After completing a degree in genetics, she decided science wasn't for her-after all, they didn't approve of made-up facts. These days she spends much of her time immersed in fantasy land once more.

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  • File Size: 1048 KB
  • Print Length: 262 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 29, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00QE2WTE8
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #148,897 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In a market flooded with coming of age romance novels, it's always a delightful surprise when one catches you off guard and blows you away with it's awesomeness. The Trouble with Faking is a fun and sweet story about a girl, Andi, finding out that people and love aren't meant to be perfect.

Andi and Damien hatch a crazy plot to make their crushes jealous by pretending to date after a false rumor starts. Suddenly Andi is faking a relationship with Damien, pretending to crush on Mike and actually becoming friends with Damien's crazy rude friend, Noah. The trouble is that Andi has had a crush on Damien since he moved in next door when they were kids - she believes that he is the key to her happiness and the perfect happily ever after that she craves.

Now that Damien is finally noticing her, Andi thinks she is getting exactly what she always wanted. But being surrounded by three different boyfriend candidates has left Andi feeling little bit lost - when you are lying about so much, how do you know what is real? Does she hold out for everything she's ever wanted, or take the predictable path with nice guy she meet in her dorm or challenge herself with someone she never realized she could possibly want.

The blurb for this book makes it seem like the story is going to be a fairly predictable. Boy and girl grow up together, go off to college - plot a ridiculous scheme to land their crushes and end up falling in love with each other. Right? Maybe, maybe not. All I know is that you should not underestimate The Trouble with Faking and Andi's story - it's highly entertaining and enjoyable. You will relate to the characters and feel empathy for Andi - growing up and finding love is not an easy task.

I really liked this book and I completely recommend it. It is part of a series but it can be read alone and if you're like me, you'll enjoy it so much that you end up purchasing all the Trouble books by Rachel Morgan.
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Rachel Morgan has been one of my favorite authors ever since The Faerie Guardian, and her new Trouble series is certainly no exception. This third installment in the series is amazing, and will leave you eager for the next. While this can be read as a standalone, I highly recommend checking out the rest of the series as you will not be disappointed. Anyway, The Trouble with Faking is a wonderful, light romance that is a worthy competition to other romance novels out there. In a market that is full of sexy scenes and steamy moments (which don't get me wrong, I do love to read), it's nice to have a clean romance that still sweeps you off your feet. Rachel Morgan has been gifted with crafting a beautiful story that will leave you begging for more.

The story follows Andi who is Livi's half-sister (a character from the second book in this series, The Trouble with Flirting) and her pursuit of her childhood crush, Damien. Her plan: they both fake a relationship with each other to make other people jealous, when all along she hopes he ends up falling for her instead. It works in Hallmark Channel movies, so why not for her too? Well, she discovers Damien isn't everything she ever expected. Andi was a remarkable character who was adorkable and extremely relatable. I loved her funky fashion sense, and that she was so confident. She's a booktuber, has an Etsy account, and is just plain awesome. She hides her emotions, and hopes for a "perfect relationship." However, Andi quickly realizes, after meeting a certain hunky tattooed guy (Noah) that "perfect" doesn't really exist. Noah was the perfect balance to her character, and while at first I didn't totally like him, by a couple chapters in, I loved him. I was totally rooting for him throughout the story.

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Even when the description of a book sounds like many other books out there, if Rachel Morgan wrote it you'll find it fresh and new.

The thing I remember most from the story is the importance of honesty - in your relationships with other people, but most importantly being honest with yourself. I love how the story forces the main character to face all the types of lies that she tells, and the growth that eventually comes from choosing to be honest. This book isn't what you might think after reading the description, it is much more. It isn't my favorite of the series, but I will enjoy re-reading it soon as the next book is due out this year and I'm planning a Trouble series binge before I read The Trouble with Falling. If the promise that it is a re-readable book isn't enough to convince you, I don't know what else to say.
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It didn't have the same pull as the previous two. The main character feels too perfect and even her conflict with her mother is resolved very quickly. The original love interest was either perfect or too awful a person. There was no grey between the two extremes and the intended guy became too perfect as soon as the protagonist started thinking of him in that way. The positive points are the descriptions of every day life in res in UCT as well as the feel of the student side of Cape Town as a whole.
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This is the third book in the Trouble series. I have read the 2nd one as well but really each is more or less its own story. This one is about Andi who was briefly introduced in book 2 of the series. She is a college student making her way through classes and relationships. Andi has been in love with her best friend and the boy next door for years and they strike up a deal while at college to pretend to be a couple to make the people they are really interested in jealous. Andi of course isn't faking and doesn't really want the guy she claims to be interested in. She makes some really big realizations about what she really wants. She also learns that what she perceives as truth may not be the real deal. I thought it was a great theme and loved the characters.

I was a little uncomfortable with the physical aspects of the relationship she develops. While this is still a "clean read" it certainly wasn't exactly pure. There was some language and allusions to more happening than what a moral, modest, virtuous girl would be doing before she got married. It was more situations they were placing themselves in that would tend to lead to far more than just kissing. So while I liked the story I can't recommend the book to my teenage daughter to read and hold it up as an example of what I would like her to do.
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