“Waiting On” Wednesday (36): THE FINE ART OF PRETENDING by Rachel Harris

New WoW

“Waiting On” Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine that spotlights eagerly anticipated upcoming releases.

This week’s spotlight is on:

the fine art of pretending


by Rachel Harris

Release Date: September 30,  2014

According to the guys at Fairfield Academy, there are two types of girls: the kind you hook up with, and the kind you’re friends with. Seventeen-year-old Alyssa Reed is the second type. And she hates it. With just one year left to change her rank, she devises a plan to become the first type by homecoming, and she sets her sights on the perfect date—Justin Carter, Fairfield Academy’s biggest hottie and most notorious player.

With 57 days until the dance, Aly launches Operation Sex Appeal and sheds her tomboy image. The only thing left is for Justin actually to notice her. Enter best friend Brandon Taylor, the school’s second biggest hottie, and now Aly’s pretend boyfriend. With his help, elevating from “funny friend” to “tempting vixen” is only a matter of time.

But when everything goes according to plan, the inevitable “break up” leaves their friendship in shambles, and Aly and Brandon with feelings they can’t explain. And the fake couple discovers pretending can sometimes cost you the one thing you never expected to want.


Why am I waiting?

I love these kinds of set-ups. You just know that the characters are way in over their heads with their pretend relationship and somewhere down the road, something’s got to give. I can’t wait to read this one.

What are you “waiting on” this Wednesday? I would love to hear all about them.


7 thoughts on ““Waiting On” Wednesday (36): THE FINE ART OF PRETENDING by Rachel Harris”

  1. I’m so excited to read The Fine Art of Pretending, too. I was luckily enough to pick up a copy at BEA, but I am trying to hold off reading it until closer to its release date.

    I love these kind of setups, too. I’m hoping this is full of the adorbs. 🙂


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