Mackenzie "Max" Miller has a problem. Her parents have arrived in town for a surprise visit, and if they see her dyed hair, tattoos, and piercings, they just might disown her. Even worse, they’re expecting to meet a nice wholesome boyfriend, not a guy named Mace who has a neck tattoo and plays in a band. All her lies are about to come crashing down around her, but then she meets Cade. Cade moved to Philadelphia to act and to leave his problems behind in Texas. So far though, he’s kept the problems and had very little opportunity to take the stage. When Max approaches him in a coffee shop with a crazy request to pretend to be her boyfriend, he agrees to play the part. But when Cade plays the role a little too well, they’re forced to keep the ruse going. And the more they fake the relationship, the more real it begins to feel. The hot new, New Adult title from New York Times bestselling author of Losing It, Cora Carmack. Review “I dare you to read Faking It without laughing out loud, falling crazy in love, and crying at the end of this heartfelt journey.” (Wendy Higgins, author of Sweet Evil) “A stellar follow up to my favorite novel of 2012. A must read!” (Jennifer L. Armentrout, USA TODAY Bestselling author) “The perfect blend of heat, humor, love, and heartache.” (K.A.Tucker, author of Ten Tiny Breaths) “Faking it has it all. Sexual tension, heartache, and fabulous characters all wrapped up with a hefty dose of Cora Carmack humor.” (Colleen Hoover, #1 New York Times bestselling author) “FAKING IT is everything I want in a book -- sexy romance with mind-blowing chemistry, funny, smart and deeply poignant. It’s slice of life and every woman’s fantasy all rolled into one. I need more Cora Carmack!” (Sophie Jordan, New York Times bestselling author) About the Author Cora Carmack is a twenty-something writer who likes to write about twenty-something characters. She's done a multitude of things in her life—retail, theatre, teaching, and writing. She loves theatre, travel, and anything that makes her laugh. She enjoys placing her characters in the most awkward situations possible and then trying to help them get a boyfriend out of it. Awkward people need love too.