Ten Rules for Faking It by Sophie Sullivan

 Release Date - December 29, 2020

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Everly Dean hasn't had a happy birthday for as long as she can remember. There's the year she needed a tonsillectomy. There's the year her parents decided to separate, only to get back together, and repeat the process regularly ever since. This year, her 30th, is worst of all. She goes to surprise her boyfriend and finds him in bed with another woman.

She gives up on birthdays and goes to her job as a radio show producer ready to forget she's turning 30. As a surprise, her best friend serenades her with the Birthday Song, only Everly goes off on a tirade. She had no idea she's on air.

Her tirade does something surprising. Listeners begin calling in and sending messages of support. To boost ratings, an idea is born. Her hunky boss, Chris, poses it and agrees to all of her conditions.

Everly will go on several blind dates with guys who apply through the radio station and meet Everly's qualifications. She'll narrow them down to an eventual two and decide who the winning bachelor is. There's suddenly one problem. Despite her bravado with her new list of Rules for Faking It, she's going to have a hard time faking that she's falling hard for Chris.

If you need light, funny, and uplifting, Ten Rules for Faking It is the perfect choice. I snickered several times, enjoyed the romantic back and forth between several characters, and it left me feeling uplifted. In a world where the virus drags on and on, news is packed with things I no longer care to listen to, etc. I was ready for a quick dose of utter happiness. That's exactly what Sophie Sullivan's latest novel delivered.


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