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Celia Aaron takes stolen identity to a whole new level and keeps the fun, witty banter on point with her new rom-com, You've Got Fail. In true Aaron style, the pages keep turning and the characters continue to wrap themselves around your heart and soul as you plunge deeper and deeper into their well-written story. Each step of the way Aaron layers in little sprinkles of magic, keeping the momentum moving. Aaron’s words are sure to leave you cheering on both Willis and “Scarlet” to the HEA by the end with this fantastic, emotionally warm read.
I loved the fact that the hero was an unapologetic geek. In that regard, the book had a very Chasing Amy kind of vibe to it with some suspense built in. I feel a little ambivalent toward Scarlet, she really didn’t sell me one way or another. She was just kind of...there. Willis was definitely the star of the show.
There was a lot more opportunity to flesh out the story a little bit better. At one point Scarlet mentions her sister Hannah’s eating disorder and never comes back to clarify. Hannah and Willis’s best friend Elias hook up by the end of the story and there is no mention of any kind of relationship really developing. One minute they’re meeting and by the end of the book they’re sucking face. There were a lot of little things that just felt a little unresolved, thus the ending felt kind of rushed.
The book is told from both Willis and Scarlet’s points of view and this really worked for this story. Getting inside Scarlet’s head and understanding her motivations made her a little more of sympathetic character. I loved Willis’s voice just because he was adorably dorky. Even though I did have issues with the plot, I did enjoy the book. It pulled me in right away and the characters were fun, especially the supporting characters.
So many stars...I kept clicking the five stars, trying to get them to add up...damn it, it didn’t work😉. This was a fantastic book, I absolutely floved it and definitely would have given it more stars if I could have. Everything about it, from the main characters to the supporting characters to the storyline. For me, this was one of my favorite reads this year....I know, I know I have many, but this is definitely one of them. I loved the quirky and laugh out loud over the top humor. Just a truly fun read.
Willis, which by the way I’m calling double dibs right now, is an adorable nerdy well known blogger, of course he is known by a female pen name. Enter Scarlet the charming thief, that is popping up as the famous fake female blogger. Willis goes to confront her and then you get a whole lot of sexual tension that you can feel coming out of the book...and of course with a side of laugh out loud over the top humor. These two *shakes head*...goals, just flat out goals. The interactions between each other is nothing short of goals. This is a couple and a whole group of people that I want to hang out with, all of the characters in this book are real life people who are perfectly flawed and relatable. I am pretty sure the whole book was highlighted, from Willis and Elias text to Willis and Scarlets interactions to his new famous friend, Jason, that he is a huge nerdy fan of. It all works together to give you a wonderfully rounded book.
This was a safe must read. This is one of my top recommendations this year...and it’s only .99...you’re welcome.