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Review: The Fake Out

I loved the first book in this series, Behind the Net, so I was really excited to have the chance to review The Fake Out. Happily, it was even better! Rory and Hazel’s story was so much fun as they went from co-conspirators to something real and meaningful. Their story has not only a swoony vibe to it throughout, but a cozy vibe as well, especially as one of my favorite scenes takes places in the Christmas season. (But, don’t think this isn’t a spicy read, it is 🔥🔥🔥!) Perfect for it’s release date this December. I loved this one and can’t wait for Archer’s next release!



The best way to get back at my horrible ex? Fake date Rory Miller–my ex’s rival, the top scorer in pro hockey, and the arrogant, flirtatious hockey player I tutored in high school.

Faking it is fun and addictive, though, and beneath the bad boy swagger, Rory’s sweet, funny, and protective.

He teaches me to skate and spends way too much money on me.

He sleeps in my bed and convinces me to break my just-one-time hookup rule.

He kisses me like it’s real.

And now I wonder if Rory was ever faking it to begin with.

The Fake Out is a pro hockey fake dating romance. It is the second book in the Vancouver Storm series but can be read as a standalone.

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