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I liked it!!!,
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This review is from: The Fake Boyfriend Experiment (Mapleville High Book 5) (Kindle Edition)
After being charmed by the free chapter, I immediately downloaded the rest of this story and proceeded to read it the rest of the afternoon with a smile on my face. It was so cute and endearing watching Lily fall for the drummer Rafe, only to temporarily mess it up with the goof-ball Les. It was so typical of ridiculous high school antics to fit in that you couldn't help loving Lily's bungling and totally understanding her desire to be cool.
Lily was a classical piano child prodigy who wasn't living up to her potential. What started out as fun had lost its luster and was now agony. As a truce with her mother and piano instructor, Lily was given a month off to perform with a local bad that had a very hot drummer named Rafe. Unfortunately, Lily was replacing Rafe's girlfriend Paige at the keyboard and causing all kinds of problems for him as he couldn't help but admire her musical abilities and fun personality. Lily, stressed that she no longer fit in with her girlfriends, lied and said she was dating Rafe then lied to Rafe and said she was dating a high school football player named Les. Lily and Rafe's chemistry made it hard for them to remain faithful to their "partners" and then Lily's lies come out one night when everyone is present and her lies mortify her. Just when she thinks she has lost everyone in her life that matters, she finds that she is not the loser she believed she was.
This is a fun, fast paced romance that has all the awkwardness of first love and tender moments of discovering who you are apart from your parent's ideals for you. It was predictable, yet lighthearted and made for a fun afternoon read.
Would I/Did I buy it? Yes (2.99)
Would I read it again? Possibly
Would I recommend it to friends? Yes