Friday 3 December 2021

Review of Fake Notes by Gracie Graham

Thorne Roberts is a Hollywood Adonis.

America's teen heartthrob.

Just another raven-haired, sharp-jawed, entitled bad-boy celebrity with a pretty face. Everything I detest.

So when he comes into my family's place of business and makes demands, I shut him down.

But now my parents are being sued, and it's my fault. Their business and my future are at stake. So when he stares at me with those brilliant green eyes and proposes a fake relationship to get him out of trouble and save my parent's bakery from inevitable demise, I say yes.

After all, how hard can it be?

All I have to do is fake-date America's hottest Hollywood star without getting feelings involved.

No biggie.

There's only one problem: He's not quite the wild child the media makes him out to be. He's actually kind of broken and . . . sweet.


My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up having read the first in the series and desperate to see what lay in store for Thorne and Scarlett. I adored the start, loving the way the story jumped into action, and gave us a glimpse of the way Scarlett is, and also how Thorne acts. I breezed through the story in one sitting as I was desperate to know what would become of the pair of them. My heart was filled with joy as the story progressed and I loved the characters and how relatable they were. An amazing sweet romance and one that I would very much recommend!

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