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on 7 June 2011
I was quite looking forward to reading this one as I did enjoy Faking It.
However this wasnt nearly as good.
I really felt for Andi's character and putting myself in that situation I can only guess at how it would make me feel and at the beginning of the book it made for compelling reading.
But....it didnt last long, if you have read the first book then its obvious who she meets in Rome, but then a new relationship starts up with this person again.
I actually found Andi exhausting in this book, she was selfish and annoying and (in my opinion) kept leading Dev/David on. I liked him a lot more in this book than the first one but there were a few times I wanted him to man up and tell her to stop messing him about. What also annoyed me was the way Andi kept calling him Devin when he is actually David, it was quite ignorant and well annoying.
I found myself flicking through and scanning the pages and I hate to go through books that way... I wanted to enjoy this but I didnt. A big part of me thinks maybe the author should have just left Andi's story at the end of Faking It.