Publish date: March 3rd 2014
Pages no: 228
Edition language: English
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review Playing Pretend is a lighthearted, fast-paced NA romance that I read from start to finish without putting it down. In some ways this is an Us vs Them kind of story with main character Charlotte caught in the middle. I can't imag...
Charlotte’s entire life is a carefully constructed and tirelessly maintained façade. The right clothes, the right dates, the right education … It’s all required for playing the part of the governor’s perfect daughter. But when Spring Break comes along, she gets a taste of freedom, of life out from...
Charolotte isn’t free to be herself. She always follows her mother’s orders, even when it’s not something she wants to do. She drove me crazy sometimes because of how she let herself be pushed around. I loved Mason. He doesn’t go down without a fight, and he’s just adorable. The relationships in P...
The synopsis has certainly pulled me in. I mean, a girl protagonist who has two facades, and keeping up with all the pretending? How’s that going to end for her? I was really curious, and that’s what got me hooked up.It started on Charlotte’s Spring Break, wherein she got to meet Mason and they have...
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