Real Fake Love
(Copper Valley Fireballs #2)
by Pippa Grant
If people have polar opposites, Luca Rossi is mine.
His butt is in the baseball hall of fame. Mine’s comfortably seated in the hall of lame.
When he’s not snagging fly balls out in center field, he’s modeling in shampoo commercials. I once jammed my own finger while stirring cookie dough, and sometimes I forget shampoo is a thing.
He’s a total cynic when it comes to love.
I make a living writing love stories.
But after my latest broken engagement (no, I don’t want to talk about how many times that’s happened), it’s clear he’s exactly the man I need.
If anyone can teach me to be the opposite of me, it’s him.
The first thing I want him to teach me?
How to not fall in love.
And as luck would have it, he’s in desperate need of a fake girlfriend to get a meddling grandmother off his back.
We couldn’t be more perfect together, because the last thing Luca Rossi will ever be is the next man to leave me at the altar.
Or will he?
Real Fake Love is a line drive straight to the heart featuring a grumpy athlete, a jilted bride, a fake relationship, and the world’s laziest cat. It stands alone and comes complete with sibling rivalry, the world’s most awkward shower scene, and a sweetly satisfying happily ever after.
I can’t remember the last time I LOL at a book and there where many times during reading this book that I caught myself doing it.
Henri (Henrietta) was delightful leading lady that never stops talking and dressed her cat in the funniest costumes daily. I also love that she is romance novelist. She also can’t help but fall in love and has been engaged 5 times.
Love is my superpower. It’s my blessing and my curse. Because every time I fall in love, I’m not good enough. I’m never good enough. And it freaking hurts.
Luca is an athlete who is scared from a past love and can’t seem to get over it. His Nonna has cat the Eye on him and he is knows deep down he will never marry anyone but he can’t quiet help being attracted to Henri’s Sparkle.
Teaching her how to not fall in love feels like teaching a rainbow how to not sparkle.
“Left!” he yells. “Your other left!” “I’m a writer, not a truck driver!”
This was my first book from Pippa Grant and won’t be my last. This entertained me so much and was sol fun to read. The secondary characters were amazing and so entertaining. I highly recommend reading Real Fake Love.
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