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Fake (Nicki Sosebee Series Book 9) (A Nicki Sosebee Novel) by [Jamison, Jade C.]
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Book 9 of 10 in A Nicki Sosebee Novel (10 Book Series)
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  • File Size: 860 KB
  • Print Length: 169 pages
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  • Publisher: Jade C. Jamison (10 Mar. 2014)
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IPR21UW
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Nicki Sosebee is back with all the dramas that come with her! Whilst covering a beauty pageant for the newspaper (she is now on the payroll), she encounters a very superficial woman who ends up running for the city council. She has no personality, no knowledge about local issues and no idea what she will if she wins the seat but she is rich and pretty, so a sure fire win! To sum it up in one word, she is fake. Nicki realises that she is one person and one person alone can not make a difference but she is not afraid to challenge the status quo and she is certainly not giving the new woman on the block an easy ride of it! Nicki now has a genuine interest in local politics, supported and encouraged by Sean. The recognition of how politics impacts on her life and those in a similar position is a new experience for her but she speaks her frustrations eloquently!

Nicki and Sean's relationship seems to be solid but when Sean goes into a funk, Nicki doesn't quite know how to deal with it and Sean won't talk about it. Will we ever find out what sends Sean into these mood dips? Unfortunately, this is not the only relationship bump that they will have to deal with as Nicki unintentionally hurts Sean whilst trying to find her own peace of mind. I think that Nicki is crazy for believing what she did but she needed reassurance, showing her insecurity. It backfired and badly. Will their relationship be able to recover from this? They are a couple that belong together in my eyes - Nicki is still immature in knowing how to be in a relationship, which explains her struggles in communicating effectively with Sean. She ultimately loves him and the idea of commitment doesn't scare her as much as it did with Jesse. Sean has his own issues to deal with and needs support from NIcki.
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I was so excited to be offered this long awaited next instalment in the Nicki Sosebee series from Jade C Jamison. This series is so compelling and I am glad I didn't have to wait as long for book 9 as some fans did.

The series continues with Nicki now working as a salaried journalist whilst continuing to work at a declining Napoli pizzeria. Life with Sean is still going well and Nicki is happy finally with her situation, or is she! Nicki continues to delve into the town's political underbelly and after the announcement that Gina McCafferty is throwing her hat into the political ring as a city council candidate, Nicki starts to wonder what this ex-pageant contestant is doing fronting a political campaign.

Jesse has now recovered from Nicki's rejection and is once again prominent in Sean and Nicki's lives. Unfortunately for Nicki though, she realises that she still has feelings for him and she starts thinking more and more about him, especially in her dreams!

Whilst recovering from one of Nicki's dream revelations, Sean becomes distant with his own problems and starts to isolate himself from Nicki. Nicki is desperate to know what is causing Sean's anxiety but he is reluctant to explain what is troubling him.

***"Sometimes, babe, there are things I have to work through on my own.... And you're just gonna have to trust me." He turned his hand over and took hers in his and squeezed it. "I love you. That's all you need to know."***

I've got to say, Jade answered all my prayers with this book and boy, I really didn't expect her to go there but I've gotta say the Jesse and Sean combo just became a whole lot sexier!!!
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