A short and fun read.
Megera is in danger of having to leave her private school when her father is unable to pay for it. In walks Clay with a proposition. Claim to be the girl Juilius slept with and be pregnant and her tuition woes are solved.
But lies this big have a way of getting out of control.
What I loved:
Julius. Swoon. He's the perfect male lead. Smart, handsome, sweet, and extremely chivalrous. I would read a book starring him any day.
The story flows easily and has a nice pace. I love the writing style and the length is just right.
What was just okay:
The entire premise. This is a big lie. One you can't walk back from. It's hard to suspend disbelief enough to believe everything will turn out okay once the truth is out. Megera may be backed into a corner. Her mom has cancer. Her dad is awful. But I couldn't sympathize with her at all because she was knowingly and willfully destroying someone's life.
Final Verdict: A story that spans a wide range of emotions and flows from one chapter to the next effortlessly.