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  • The Fine Art of Faking It

  • Blue Moon, Volume 6
  • By: Lucy Score
  • Narrated by: Lila Winters
  • Length: 12 hrs and 12 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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The Fine Art of Faking It

By: Lucy Score
Narrated by: Lila Winters
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Summary

Davis Gates. Naked. Tossing her a handful of orgasms like he was on a lust-themed parade float.

Innkeeper Eden has got it all. Well, mostly. She’s cornered the hospitality market in Blue Moon offering visitors a place to stay in her hippie-dippie hometown. Business is booming, she’s close—but not too close—to family, and she’s got her dogs and her friends to keep her company.

Unfortunately, she also shares a property line with the crush who broke her teenage heart.

Davis spends his days wrestling control of the family winery from his father’s semi-retired hands. He doesn’t have time for things like dating or dealing with his grudge-holding next-door neighbor. Besides, they’re just the latest generation to participate in their families’ 50-year feud.

When the Beautification Committee resorts to an unprecedented—and disastrous—matchmaking scheme, enemies Eden and Davis join forces to take them down. These two frenemies can survive being fake lovers for a few weeks if it means teaching their neighbors all’s not fair in love and war.

©2018 Lucy Score (P)2022 That's What She Said Publishing, Inc.

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  • Tammy Moldovan
  • 17-11-22

A swoony sexy fake relationship

I loved Davis and Eden’s fake relationship with a side of revenge romance. This was a swoony, hilarious, fun, sweet, steamy, heart warming second chance story with very little angst. Oh the feels you will feel while reading this book - snort laughing, swooning, gasping, gritting my teeth, and crying. Eden owns the B&B in the quirky small town of Blue Moon Bend. She’s been repairing her image for 15 years after an unfortunate HS incident. Davis grew up in Blue Moon and recently moved back to run his family’s winery. He was at the center of Eden’s HS incident. There is also a generational long feud between their families. A fire in his home caused by a stink bomb gone wrong finds Davis as a long term guest of Eden’s B&B. Throw in a fake relationship motivated by revenge and you have the beginnings of their long delayed HEA. The interplay between the main characters, the interplay between them and the beautification committee, and the ridiculous but loving town just add to the perfection of this story. This is a hilarious story but it’s also a deeply emotional one which includes witty dialogue, three dimensional characters who grow, and an engaging storyline. I love this series and this ridiculous hippy town.

Lila Winters did a phenomenal job narrating the story and breathing life into the characters and the story with enough change of inflection, tone and cadence to voice multiple characters quite convincingly.

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  • CzekMart
  • 03-11-22

Believe In Karma And Do No Harma!

This book deserves so much more then just 5 stars! It’s funny, sweet and steamy, as the aaahhhmazing Lucy Score masterfully incorporated 3 tropes into this wonderful return to Blue Moon. We get “Friends to lovers”, Enemies to Lovers” and “Fake Relationship”, all tight into an exceptional story package. Lucy Score has quickly become my #1 Author for all things romance & love and I can’t wait to see what she’s got in store for us next.
The Fine Art of Faking It is a definite must read and listen! The narration by Lila Winters is phenomenal!!!

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  • drake
  • 12-12-22

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Love the blue moon series and this book! Lucy is one of my favorite authors!

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  • AmazonCustomer
  • 08-12-22

Love this series

I loved these books. They are hilarious. Wonder if the BC could find me a match?!?!?!

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  • Sandy
  • 07-12-22

Love this series!

I have read this series several times but this is my first time listening to this one and I really enjoyed it. Lila Winters is fabulous as always!

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  • Elizabeth M. Rishor
  • 06-12-22

Fun!

I am really enjoying the series. Even though they are romance novels, and know how they will eventually end, every single one of them is different. How they get to the endpoint is always a lot of fun.