Cameron Bates (Cam) could have almost any girl at Franklin High School...except for the one he wants. Unfortunately Bebe seems to be immune to his flirty charm and good looks....
Follow Cam, Summer, and Tessa as they learn about life, love, and the pursuit of boys in the Heart to Follow Series....
It's bad enough when high-school senior Keeley grabs the wrong phone while leaving her small town's end-of-summer fair....
What's worse than being hunted by a devil? Discovering you've been mated to one....
He told me to settle. He asked what was wrong with me. He called me an easy target. That was within minutes when I first met Caden Banks. I labeled him an asshole, but he was more....
Wanting to help others with the lesson she's leaned over her months surviving, Addison has compiled three guidebooks....
When Nick comes back into Cam's life she is crushed to see his new girlfriend Gina is with him for the summer. Hoping jealousy will win Nick back, Cam convinces Josh to help her play the role of happy couple. Will their plan win Cam her dream guy, or will her dreams change the more they lie?
What made the experience of listening to Just Pretending the most enjoyable?
It was just super cute! The story is one we have all heard before, but it was done in a cute new way
What other book might you compare Just Pretending to and why?
This book is likely like a lot of others, but written in a fun way. It was cute and simple and just perfect for a summer read.
Which scene was your favorite?
The last chapter when everything is finally announced and everything was my favorite. It ended the story in a great way and was amazing.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes! I couldn't get enough!
Any additional comments?
This book was cute and sweet and fun. It's not ground breaking, but I think I liked that the most. Sometimes you just want a good clean and fun book!
I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.
Story: This was such a sweet and fun love story that I truly enjoyed. Certain aspects of the "pretend relationship" and how it would turn out felt a bit predictable or obvious to me early on, but not in a bad way at all. The parts I did predict didn't necessarily happen or weren't necessarily revealed in a way I would've predicted, which made it even more interesting to me. I would have definitely enjoyed more of their love story after it ended.
Performance: I am a bit wary on how to rate the performance since this is one of my first attempts to actually rate an audiobook performance. As I feel a responsibility to be honest, it wasn't the best that I have heard but it was far from the worst. I feel as though it was less of a "performance" where there is a distinct change in voice and tone from character to character and from dialogue to text; it felt more like a straight reading that at times made it feel longer than it actually was and made it a bit more confusing to differentiate between characters and what is being said versus what is being thought. On the positive side of things, the narrator has a pleasant voice that is easy to listen to. Also, as opposed to many audiobooks I have heard, there was no obvious mispronunciation of words which I definitely always appreciate. Overall, I'd say it was good but not necessarily great.
What did you love best about Just Pretending?
This was a very sweet story about a young girl learning for the first time that the nice guy is the right buy!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Just Pretending?
When the characters all go on a double date to the ice rink and learn a little bit more about each other,
What does Brittany Morgan Williams bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Brittany Morgan Williams narrated exceptionally well, she brings life to the characters that you wouldn't necessarily pick up on in the text- such as the nastier side of Nick's personality
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
'Nice guys don't always finish last!'
Any additional comments?
I really enjoyed this story, it gave a realistic view of teen romance rather than an adults view of what they think teen romance is like.