She’s Faking It: A Novel

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Bree Bozeman is not living her best life. At twenty-five years old, she’s working as a food deliverer in Pebble Beach, California. Her deadbeat boyfriend dumped her seven months earlier, leaving her with insurmountable college debt and a possibly illegal apartment with rent she can hardly afford. She definitely needs a change. Her older sister, Natasha, urges her to read a self-help guide by “lifestyle guru” Demi DiPalma. Demi urges readers to harness the power of positive thinking to manifest their hearts’ desires. Within hours, things are starting to turn around for Bree, or are they?

This book is so much fun! Bree is a deeply flawed character who rings true. Her struggle to find her way in the world is honest and refreshing. The supporting characters are a warm, realistic cast who are also trying to find their way and encourage each other to grow and evolve. The writing is tight and conversational, making this a fast, enjoyable read. There are a lot of funny moments that will have readers laughing out loud, but it’s balanced with an inspiring positive message. If you’re looking for a book with a quirky heroine who doesn’t have herself together, you will love this book. I definitely recommend it.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 352 pages
Publisher Graydon House
Publish Date 2020-06-30
ISBN 9781488056376 Buy this Book
Issue July 2020
Category Popular Fiction


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