My heroine does. Rebecca totally fakes it. ALL.THE.TIME. Everywhere she’s lived (a whole two difference places), she’s always faked it. It’s not like she likes it that way, it’s just easier to go with it rather than speak up.
It all started when she was in high school and dating the cute football player. Life was good then. She didn’t fake it then. But the guy she was dating was Apple Trail High School’s most wanted guy. Another girl wanted him and made up the lie that sweet Rebecca was a dirty, nasty skank.
And her “great” guy believed it. Everyone believed. Other boys claimed it was true. It was a lie and for Rebecca—it was easier to fake it and go with it rather than fight against it. High school only lasted so long and then she could blow that town. So for the next couple of years, Sweet Rebecca faked the slutty persona.
She moved away to a new town where she could be her. The sweet Rebecca, of course. But after several years of that, it’s too much. Rebecca realizes, she’s faking it. Again. Going with the flow of what people expect. Again. Only this time instead of the wild fun gal, she’s the perfect little southern belle. And it is choking her.
She’s trying to get a handle back on her life. There’s only one thing she knows to do. Go home. Back to Apple Trail. Where she’ll fake it…but not quite. This time, Rebecca is going to live up to the life everyone really thinks she leads. She’s going to kiss those boys on that truck tailgate. Have herself a good time on the pond levee under the moonlight.
Oh, yes, Rebecca Gabel was going home. When she gets there, she finds Tall, Tanned, Tattoo’d and Handsome.
And that’s what kicks off my latest release, Satisfying Her Tastes. What about you? Have you ever faked it? Don’t be shy now.
Blondes have more fun? Pfft. Bad Girls have more fun. Rebecca Gabel was accused of being a bad girl and she discovered life was easier (and more fun!) to live up to the reputation than try to deny it. But now with a new comer who’s taking her up on her suggestions, Rebecca is a little out of her element. There’s talking the talk…and then there’s having to walk it.
Grant Iverson recently inherited land from his mother, so he’s arrived in Apple Trail, Arkansas to check the place out and see if there are any treasures hidden there. What he doesn’t expect to find is a woman full of curves and a mouth of pure sin, but whose eyes reflect nothing but curious innocence.
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