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    Can your nose grow from a white lie?

    Gia gets dumped by her boyfriend, right out in the parking lot on the night of her high school prom. She has a friend who already doubted she was dating a college boy - so she grabs the only boy in the lot. After some begging, he agrees to help her with her problem. Hayden AKA "Fill-In for Bradley", is happy to help her. They hit it off quick, and he helps her solve the issue on prom night. He also has ex problems of his own. To pay him back, Gia goes to a party with him to show his ex-girlfriend and ex-best friend he has moved on. Gia is swarmed with thoughts of Hayden and soon forgets about Bradley the dumper. They decide to be friends. Gia is also getting to be friends with Hayden's sister, who attends the same high school. Hayden is better boyfriend material than Bradley ever was. Gia is torn with what to do as time goes on and her friends hound her for more information about what happened the night of the prom. Can a white lie turn into a red hot nuclear event? How can she turn it around? I loved every single chapter in this book! I was a little too excited at times - yelling at the characters in the book as I was reading along. This is a book you want to read when you have time to not have to put it down. It gives you the feels, makes you laugh, makes you cry and share with friends.
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    Excellent read

    Loved this book, I think everyone can relate to it one way or another, I know part of my childhood Was like this, thank you for a great read x
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    I loved this book it was truly relatable to me and i cant wait to read another one of her books. So g
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    *This book could elaborate more the scenes and make an ending that makes you think "this is so cute".*=FEEDBACK Summary: Gia gets dumped by her boyfriend Bradley and grabs a random guy from a car be her 'fill in Bradley' just to prove to her friends he exists.(existed) She forces some lies meets trouble & anger on the way. She also gets to act a bit, plus find true love on her journey to being herself, Gia...
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    Now I see what all the hype is about.

    Now I see what all the hype is about. I loved every moment of this book! I read this in a single sitting. I just could not put it down! This is my second Kasie West book and she certainly has a way of making her readers latch on to the stories. There is a lightness in the books, but they are also full of emotion and so far always contain a moral of sorts. The main moral in this book is trust. It comes up repeatedly in this book in many different forms. In this book, we experience trust and complications from a lack of trust in friendships, romantic relationships, and family. But trust isn't the only issue that is explored in this book. There really are a myriad of topics that are explored in this book. Being blind to friendships and to oneself, both in how you treat other people and how you represent yourself to others. Going along with your friends and not questioning if they are right or wrong. A sense of discovering oneself. A lot of feeling like an outsider, even among family and friends. Betrayal comes up for both main characters as well. I loved all of the characters in this book! The main characters and the side characters were so great! I loved Gia's character development. She goes through such a personal transformation in this book and it is just so heartwarming. I loved Hayden's characters. He was such a darling. I wish that I could wrap him up and take him home with me. He was the perfect book boyfriend. I also loved Bec's character a lot. I loved how she and Gia became close after starting things out so roughly. The other side characters were very convincing and written into the story very well. The overall plot of this story is entirely entertaining. There really is so much drama, but the main characters deal with the hard-knocks that life delivers them gracefully. And through all of the drama, the morals in the story get to really shine. I absolutely loved the romance. It was adorable, riveting, and entirely delightful! I love how Gia and Hayden got to know each other and the slow-burn romance was killer in this. Hayden is pretty much perfect. He is a gentleman, loyal, supportive, absolutely adorable, and he has a great heart. I liked that he and Gia brought out the best in each other and were there to support one another in their relationship woes and Gia's family issues. I liked how being around Hayden made Gia really come out of her shell and take the blinders off on her life. She was able to look around and see things and people for what they really were and she was able to grow as a person. And there is no denying that Hayden and Gia had the most adorable chemistry. I don't know how many times you can say the word "adorable" in a book review, but I am betting that I am pushing a threshold right about now. Overall, this was, yes, and adorable read filled with lots of characters growth, a romance that will melt your heart, and a story that will keep you reading until the last page.

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