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Act Like You Love Me
Summary from Goodreads:
All’s fair in acting and amore…
Brynn McAdams isn’t the awkward drama geek she was in high school—she’s grown up and confident, or at least she likes to think so. But when her old crush, the impossibly handsome and impossibly unattainable Sawyer Raines, comes back to town to direct her community play, Brynn finds herself determined to be someone other than the girl he doesn’t even recognize. Good thing she’s an excellent actress.
After his bad breakup in NYC, the last thing Sawyer wants is to get involved with another actress. But the glamorous and beautiful Brynn draws him in, even though as her director, he knows she’s off-limits. There’s just something about the woman that feels…familiar. Like home.
As Brynn’s lies start to snowball, she struggles to stop acting and come clean. But what if Sawyer is already falling for the fake Brynn, not the Brynn she truly is?
Brynn is such a fun main character. I feel like everyone can relate to her in some way or another, especially when you look back to those awkward high school years. As for Sawyer, he is absolutely swoon worthy. And I just loved the tension between the two of them and the growth that you see as they both learn to tear down the walls they’ve formed around themselves for so long.
I didn’t read book #1, but now I definitely want to go back and so. And truthfully, Act Like You Love Me could easily be a standalone. It was such a quick and fun read. The flow and pace of things was perfect and kept my full attention. I would love to read more about Brynn and Sawyer!