Faking It by Elisa Lorella

Taking lessons from a male escort might not be normal for a thirty-something, serious, straight laced writing professor, but that is just what Andi Cutrone signs herself up for after meeting Devin, a true male escort that has worked with many of Andi’s colleagues. Andi offers Devin a proposition: he teaches her how to be a better lover, she teaches him how to be a better writer. Through their lessons together, Andi and Devin become closer, learn about themselves and each other, and dive into deeper emotional levels that will surprise them both.

I received Faking It by Elisa Lorello from a friend, and wasn’t quite sure what to expect from it. The synopsis really drew me in though––a professor, usually so professorial and in control taking lessons from a male escort? Spicy! Of course, I expected to map out how it would go––lessons would be taught, sexual tension would occur, and Andi and Devin would fall madly in love. I won’t give away any spoilers, but I will say that it was not all cut and dry like I expected it, which made me happy and on my toes while reading. Through the lessons that Andi goes through, I felt that I learned a lot from Devin the instructor as well, and think female readers will be able to connect on some level with what Andi is going through. Devin’s character came off the pages as a hot, sexy piece of man meat, but who is also troubled underneath it all and works through his own set of problems after working with Andi. Overall, I thought this book was deeper than the typical chick-lit read, and filled with well-written characters, a juicy plot, and great writing. I would recommend!

[Rating: 4]

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4 Comments

  1. November 30, 2011 / 7:46 am

    I found it an extremely well written and entertaining book, although not without its moments of pathos, and I highly recommend it. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and could have gladly read more, I was disappointed that I’d reached the end. Now looking forward to reading the sequel Ordinary World!

  2. November 30, 2011 / 9:40 pm

    Looks like I’m going to have to add this to my towering TBR pile!

  3. December 1, 2011 / 3:05 am

    I really liked this one too – I agree that it was well written and the main character was really well developed. Looking forward to the sequel!

  4. Samantha
    December 22, 2011 / 3:36 am

    Is there a sequel Collen? That would be excellent!

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