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Fake It: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of Chapter 2 from Jennifer Chance's Fake It (July 1, 2014) is available on Heroes and Heartbreakers to members. Please log in or register to read the full excerpt.

Fake It by Jennifer Chance

New grad Anna Richardson works hard—so hard that she’s given up having a romantic life. Anna has even convinced her friends that she’s dating an amazing guy—who they’ve simply never met. But now Anna has a wedding to attend and needs to produce the hottie she’s been lying about for the past six months. Enter Jake Flynn, her infuriating, motorcycle-riding, jaw-droppingly gorgeous neighbor, who’s more than willing to fake it for a weekend. In fact, Jake won’t be satisfied until things get real.

Though Jake is only playing the role of adoring boyfriend, he’s starting to feel the heat, and judging by Anna’s sweet blush, so is she. Letting chemistry this intense go to waste would be a real shame. Soon, though, the thin line between fantasy and reality fades. Jake may not be what every buttoned-up fast-tracker wants, but he’s sure as hell what Anna needs. And if she takes a ride with him, their adventure never has to end.

Chapter 2

Jake Flynn watched Anna blush for about the fifteenth time since he’d sat down. Piles of thick, satiny, blonde curls spilled out of her ponytail, and her pink T-shirt and worn jeans hugged her curves closely enough to raise the heat in the room a good ten degrees. He’d rarely seen the woman wear anything but suits and heels, but apparently even she let her hair down on occasion. And for that, God bless summer in Boston.

Granted, he still had his jacket on, but he wore the thing everywhere no matter what the weather. At the speeds he traveled, he needed the protection. In general, though, he was a minimalist when it came to clothing. And the more minimal the clothes he found on Anna Richardson the better.

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