Faking It [Jennifer Crusie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. LOVE AND DECEPTION HAVE A LOT IN COMMON. Meet the Goodnights, a. Bestseller Crusie (Fast Women, etc.) takes readers on another smooth ride in her latest romantic caper. At the wheel this time is fab art forger Matilda Goodnight. Davy, whose older sister Sophie starred in Crusie’s last outing (Welcome to Temptation, ), comes from a long line of scam artists.
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Crusie is just as smart and sassy about the things a woman has to do to make love work, and a lot funnier to boot. Complications include her sister, the female impersonator; his best friend, the reformed cat burglar; a recidivist embezzler named Rabbit; a hit man, some lousy sex, and a juke box.
Faking It (Dempsey, book 2) by Jennifer Crusie
Audio CD0 pages. Published March 9th by Brilliance Audio first published January 1st Davy DempseyTilda Goodnight. Columbus, Ohio United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Faking Itplease sign up. Should I wait and read these in order? Kt Although both books can be read and feel complete by themselves, I recommend you read them in order, first Welcome to Temptation then Faking it. That’s what I did and I enjoyed them both greatly that way.
See 1 question about Faking It…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. In media res is a fine place to start, by all means, throw me into the deep end of the pool. But don’t drown me in a sea of names.
Everyone in Tilda’s family sounds alike, and even a quarter of the way through, I couldn’t tell you exactly how they’re all related. Maybe the information isn’t there, maybe it’s there and I missed some of it because it came in a flood. So many characters are introduced so quickly that I was completely overwhelmed. And honestly, I didn’t like Davy at all. Con men are supposed to be sharp-witted and clever, and he was–but he was also a creep.
It turned my stomach when he was on the phone with his niece teaching her the basics of buttering people up for a con, or in her case, a favor. I’m not into a romance between a chronic manipulator and anyone else, even if that anyone ends up bettering or reforming him. Davy is a real bag of douche. The women is worried about being homeless, and you brag about giving her an orgasm. Why don’t you take your own dick and go fuck yourself to the moon.
This book was slow moving and confusing with so many characters. It was about a young woman and how she is stuck in her family’s art gallery doing a job that she doesn’t necessarily want to do but feels obligated to do.
Of course there were some love scenes throughout, but frankly jennifsr weren’t that good either. I started this book, and couldn’t get into it.
Faking It by Jennifer Crusie (1 star ratings)
I can read chick faklng, but this was a little too mindless for me. This one seemed to to lack interesting characters and got confusing with all the characters employing several nicknames.
Not my favorite by this author. I thought the plot was boring and I had trouble relating to the characters. The plot included too many characters and I did not like any of the main characters. I could not jenmifer into this book at all. I finally stopped on page wouldn’t recommend even trying it! Did not really like. I bought this book for a dollar at a warehouse sale. I don’t think it was worth the dollar. Tried to read this, but couldn’t fake even liking it– which is unusual, because I actually kinda like this author.
Maybe frusie I’ll find another copy and try again. Peg rated jennlfer did not like it Feb 16, Ashypoo rated it did not like it Aug 28, Georgia rated it did not like it Mar 05, Sherri rated it did not like it Mar 03, Angela rated it did not bh it May 05, Samantha rated it did not like it Sep 12, Brandy Stone coleman rated it did not like it Jun 27, Adi rated it did not like it Jan 25, Judy rated it did not like it Apr 19, Folie rated it did not cruske it Apr 04, Fatima rated it did not like it Apr 23, Sarah rated it did not like it Jun 04, Albany Abott rated it did not like it Nov 21, Jill Neal rated it did not like it Jul 03, Jenny Crusie is the NYT bestselling author of twenty some novels and lots of other stuff.
Her latest novel, Maybe This Time, hit shelves in August, Jenny lives on the Ohio River where she often stares at the ceiling and counts her blessings. Other books in the series. Books by Jennifer Crusie. Jennirer About Faking It Dempse Quotes from Faking It. The trick is to find out how they’re bent.
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