After breaking off her engagement, 30-something Andi Cutrone yields New England to her ex and flees home to Long Island. There, she devotes her time to teaching in the writing program at Brooklyn University and overanalyzing her past failed relationships. But then she meets Devin, a male escort whose client list seems to include at least half of the accomplished women she knows. He is handsome, charismatic, and absolutely out of her league, but she can’t deny he has a certain…something. And so Andi makes him a proposition: If he will teach her to shed her sexual inhibitions, she will teach him to be a writer. He agrees, and together they embark upon an intense partnership that proves to be every bit as instructive as it is arousing.
For in the midst of lessons in rhetorical theory and foreplay, Andi and Devin delve into deeper questions about truth, beauty, and self, stripping away the emotional walls each has built up. Smart, witty, and introspective, Faking It is an engrossing novel about two people discovering their authentic selves.
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"Faking It" is real life! All the heartache, love!
Heartache, Love and Happiness!
I loved Andy and Devon. They both had issues that they had to work thru. I liked how both characters grew thru out the book. How they changed each other for the better.
I loved her accent. I read the book years ago, but I like the New York accent she pust on the characters and made them come more alive for me.
Andy and Devon and the growth they both make thru there jouney of life.