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GAHHHH!!!!!!!! BRAND NEW WORLD. NEW CHARACTERS. I absolutely love this story. The heroine is so fun, the hero is to die for. I fell in love with these two as they fell in love with each other. And in true Meagan fashion, she has some surprises up her sleeve. Get ready for amazing!
Demi and Nico are all of the things. Every single one. Nico seems all broody and stolid, but there is so much more below the surface, so much he is trying to shield. With each chapter, Meagan showed us pieces behind the mask, and I was unable to resist him.
Demi is the sweet girl we love. Very different from her previous heroine, but still able and willing to stand her ground when pushed too far. I lived for those moments when she did.
There is also a whole host of secondary characters I loved. The friendship between the girls and Nico and Trent adds so much depth to the characterization of Nico and Demi as well as the plot.
Additionally, the chemistry between these two is so good. The tension, the flirting, the uncertainty that comes with a fake relationship made me flip threw these pages so fast. I couldn't get enough of them. With all Meagan Brandy books, though, wait for those surprises because she has them coming and they are GOOOD. So. Good. It ties all the pieces together and makes Nico and Demi's hard fought HEA so freaking magical.
Meagan Brandy has delivered another cast of characters to love, another swoon-worthy, brooding hero, and another romance to get swept away in. Fake It 'Til You Break It is sure to be a fave.
That’s what we are.
That’s what we agreed to be.
I thought it would be harder, convincing everyone our school’s star receiver was mine and mine alone, but we played our parts well.
So well, the lines between us began to blur until they disappeared completely.
The thing about pretending, though, someone’s always better at it, and by the time I realized my mistake, there was no going back.
I fell for our lie.
And then everything fell apart.
It turned out he and I were never playing the same game.
He didn’t have to break me to win.
But he did it anyway.