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Cole Washburne, the up-and-coming country music sensation, is as wholesome as they come, until he makes a major mistake that could ruin his image—and career.Against her better judgment, Lettie Jameson comes to Cole's rescue, even though it means pretending to be his girlfriend, when he is so not her type.Life gets complicated fast, and these two find they need each other m Cole Washburne, the up-and-coming country music sensation, is as wholesome as they come, until he makes a major mistake that could ruin his image—and career.Against her better judgment, Lettie Jameson comes to Cole's rescue, even though it means pretending to be his girlfriend, when he is so not her type.Life gets complicated fast, and these two find they need each other more than they thought possible. Maybe this fake relationship isn't so fake after all.


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Cole Washburne, the up-and-coming country music sensation, is as wholesome as they come, until he makes a major mistake that could ruin his image—and career.Against her better judgment, Lettie Jameson comes to Cole's rescue, even though it means pretending to be his girlfriend, when he is so not her type.Life gets complicated fast, and these two find they need each other m Cole Washburne, the up-and-coming country music sensation, is as wholesome as they come, until he makes a major mistake that could ruin his image—and career.Against her better judgment, Lettie Jameson comes to Cole's rescue, even though it means pretending to be his girlfriend, when he is so not her type.Life gets complicated fast, and these two find they need each other more than they thought possible. Maybe this fake relationship isn't so fake after all.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Marie Bourgery

    Country singer Cole Washburne didn’t realize he was dating a married woman until waitress Lettie Jameson helps him get away before her PI brother Darren who was hired by the woman’s husband can see them together. But to hide the truth they lie to Darren and tell him they are dating. Cole ends up taking Lettie to a fundraiser he’s singing at and he ends up going to one of her family weddings. Their fake relationship starts to feel real even though Lettie with her pink hair and tattoos is not Cole Country singer Cole Washburne didn’t realize he was dating a married woman until waitress Lettie Jameson helps him get away before her PI brother Darren who was hired by the woman’s husband can see them together. But to hide the truth they lie to Darren and tell him they are dating. Cole ends up taking Lettie to a fundraiser he’s singing at and he ends up going to one of her family weddings. Their fake relationship starts to feel real even though Lettie with her pink hair and tattoos is not Cole’s type and after growing up with a drunken broke mother chasing musical fame singers are not Lettie’s type. This story was a little crazy. Lettie’s ex is a stalker, but no one can see it. Cole goes out to eat with a girl he is touring with even though he’s supposed to be in a relationship with Lettie and then she makes it look like he broke up with him. Lettie’s supposed father whom she has never met wants to ride on the coattails of Cole’s fame and Lettie pulls several crazy stunts to see Cole to tell him this.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    The story of Cole and Lettie snagged me from the beginning. Lettie is vocal about her dislike of country music, even though she lives in Nashville. Cole is just thrilled to be starting out on his career. He sees the good in people. He has an image to protect and Lettie saves him from making a career ending mistake. She also agrees to be his fake girlfriend at an event in order to continue with saving his image. She can't believe she's agreeing. Cole is thrilled to start spending time with Lettie The story of Cole and Lettie snagged me from the beginning. Lettie is vocal about her dislike of country music, even though she lives in Nashville. Cole is just thrilled to be starting out on his career. He sees the good in people. He has an image to protect and Lettie saves him from making a career ending mistake. She also agrees to be his fake girlfriend at an event in order to continue with saving his image. She can't believe she's agreeing. Cole is thrilled to start spending time with Lettie who is as different from country as one can get. Penelope Spark does a fantastic job creating characters that are fun, believable, and readers care about quickly. I love reading these short, sweet romances on a down day (like the very snowy day we are having where I live right now). I highly recommend anything by Penelope Spark, but I think this story is my favorite so far.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    Good but not great. This novel was okay, not the best that I have read but definitely not the worst. I enjoyed this book for the majority of the storyline but towards the end I felt it was too drawn out. I wish they could have wrapped it up a little sooner, I feel like it would have worked out better. 

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cherye Elliott

    Cowboy hat Found this book by accident. What a delightful read. Short, sweet and a good plot and the editing was great. Lettie had a bit of drama, a little tornado following her around. The 'villain of the book--Maggie. What a nut case. Enjoy the book. I did. Cowboy hat Found this book by accident. What a delightful read. Short, sweet and a good plot and the editing was great. Lettie had a bit of drama, a little tornado following her around. The 'villain of the book--Maggie. What a nut case. Enjoy the book. I did.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Betty

    Music I you were raised by a want a be country music star ,you might hate music too . Can the right one change her mind?

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