A Faux Fauxmance by Serenity Snow

A Faux Fauxmance by Serenity Snow
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (59 pages)
Other: F/F
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

When Adra’s ex insists on Adra coming to her engagement party, Adra tries to refuse. But the hot shop owner Mori Baker offers to escort her—as Adra’s lover, to turn the tables on the vindictive ex. To make it look good, Mori convinces Adra that pretending to be a couple would make their claim to be lovers more believable.

Adra doesn’t want to play games, but Mori soon has people talking and Adra’s heart beating fast and her breath catching as she falls fast for the mysterious Mori.

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It’s never too late to try to find love.

Fauxmances aren’t a trope I have much experience with at all, so I was pretty curious to see how Ms. Snow handled it. It was fun to see how both of the main characters reacted to the idea of them pretending to be in a relationship. The concept of it was explained clearly to the audience, and the characters leapt into their charade without any delay. The more I read, the more I wanted to know about what would happen to everyone next.

It would have been nice to have more details in this story in general. The two protagonists went to a lot of trouble to fake their relationship, but both of them tended to brush off in-depth descriptions of how their plan would work. This pattern repeated itself a few other times in the plot, so it was something I thought was worth mentioning. I sure would have liked it if the author had drilled down a little deeper to explain what was going on and how her characters were reacting to it.

The dialogue was witty and well written. There were a couple of times when I laughed out loud while I was reading because I wasn’t expecting certain characters to say such clever things. It was delightful to be surprised like that. It made it hard to put this tale down.

This the third installment of a series, but it can be read as a standalone work.

A Faux Fauxmance should be read by anyone who loves the fauxmance trope.

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