Release Blitz: FAKER by Christie Tegan

Release Date: April 30

For the right fee, I’ll pretend to be almost anyone

And there are lots of clients—mostly men—who require my services

But behind my confident exterior, I worry about getting called out

And then I do—and by the richest, handsomest, slickest alpha in all of Chicago

She sank my sale with a smile, some cleavage, and a bat of her lush long lashes

My anger was eclipsed only by my infatuation with her

And then the perfect plan presented itself to me

I seized the day and I’ll get the girl

Marley Jacobs is a faker.

For a living, she pretends to be other people. It’s a job she fell into, and she’s doing well for the first time since moving to Chicago, but in the back of her mind, there’s always the worry that someone, somewhere, will call her out. Marley just prays it’s not the obsessive, crazy boyfriend she fled from almost six years before.

Fletcher Creed has a problem. As a successful businessman from a prominent Chicago family, he’s used to solving problems. But when a mere slip of a girl—make that an exceptionally gorgeous, talented woman—gets in his way, he sets out to turn a liability into an asset. And that asset has assets that happen to be spectacular.

When faker meets financier, sparks fly and trouble follows, but will the end justify the means? 

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Meet Christie Tegan
Hi, I’m Christie Tegan, and I’m so happy to introduce everyone to my debut romance novel, Faker
Although this is my first novel, I’ve always loved to write—short stories, poetry, songs, email rants, grocery lists, you name it. Having lived in various cities in the US, my plan is to set a novel in each one, starting with Chicago for Faker. After all, you write what you know.

I currently live in Los Angeles with my two dogs and a cat named Horatio. I’m hoping if things go well, I can give up my day job in the corporate world to write full time. That would be my dream goal.

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This is a one really big book. But I don’t think it needed to be quite as lengthy to get the same result. I felt that there were bits of information thrown in that really didn’t add to the story at all.
What I did really like was Marley’s occupation and it being the reason for her meeting Fletcher. It was the first time I have ever read a story with this job description and it was what I thought extremely unique. Their relationship started off rocky but it wasn’t long until they both developed feelings. I would have liked that to have been more of the focus of the book but to me the majority of the book was the underlying suspense. That in itself was great to read but I guess I just wanted a bit more romance between the pair.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book.


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