Review: Faker by Sarah Smith

I loved this debut rom-com. If you like fun, this book is for you.

In Faker, we follow heroine Emmie into her job in a male-dominated industry, where she has a particular problem with one coworker specifically- our hero, Tate. There are all the misunderstandings and mishaps you expect in a romantic comedy. My favorite part, though, is that some of the problems they have to work through aren’t really problems. They’re just personality quirks. This book has a surprising amount of psychological depth.

Any rom-com fan will love this, but particularly those that adored The Hating Game.

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