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  • Fun, quirky characters with a perfect story!

    Emmie Echavarre works at Nuts & Bolts as a copywriter. It doesn't matter that she is only one of five females who work there, she loves her job. The problem is is that Emmie has to fake being someone else at work or the males will walk all over her. Most of the time Emmie can handle things easily except when it comes to Tate Rasmussen, her co-worker who sits across the hall from her and drives her nuts! The two of them have a friendly love/hate thing going. They both secretly look longing at the other but then act not as nicely to each other's face. When Tate suggests that he and Emmie work closely together the charity construction project for Habitat for Humanity that their company is sponsoring, that is when the real fun begins. Slowly by slowly and day by day Emmie and Tate start to see each other for what they really are and quickly things begin to heat up. Too bad this is also the same time Jamie from Sawyer Custom Contracting asks Emmie out. Emmie knows where her heart is leading her and when Tate opens his heart to Emmie she finally gets it.....she doesn't have to pretend to be someone who she isn't....she can be herself! I just adored this story. Emmie and Tate are both so fun, quirky and perfect and they fit together beautifully. It was fun seeing how things in this story unfolded and the reasoning behind it. Overall this was a wonderful story and I highly recommend it!

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  • A Fun Enemies to Lovers Office Romance

    3.5 stars This was a fun enemies to lovers office romance. I enjoyed the slow burn between Emmie and Tate and how their relationship evolved into more. Fans of these tropes are sure to enjoy this debut novel by Sarah Smith. Faker dealt with some more serious issues like sexual harassment and prejudice, but it balanced it well with humor and more lighthearted moments. I appreciated that the author celebrated these characters for their culture and for who they were, but also was realistic with the obstacles they might encounter. The overall flow of the book was good, but it did take me a little bit to get invested and the ending felt a bit rushed. I liked Emmie and Tate, but unfortunately I didn't love them. Emmie came across as too naive at times and her reaction to some of the events in the book felt extreme and irrational. I liked her overall character growth though and she really came into her own at the end. I enjoyed the hate/love vibe, but I was kind of confused why Emmie and Tate were so antagonistic to each other in the beginning. It's explained to a degree later in the book via some drama that had me cringing a bit, but it still felt a little too over the top. I also found the physical descriptions of Tate repetitive and I wasn't sure why it was so significant to point it out so many times. I'm actually torn between thinking Tate's actions were sweet and thoughtful and also that he was pretty stalkerish. I think I'm still more on the sweet side though, and him taking care of and helping Emmie was my favorite part of the book. Overall, this was a great debut novel that left me with a smile on my face. I'm looking forward to reading more by Sarah Smith in the future. *I voluntarily read an advance review copy of this book*

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  • Loved it

    Very cute read!! Lighthearted, funny and very endearing!

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  • Faker

    I liked it. Modern and relatable ans makes me happy 😊

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