But when she loses her apartment, her job, and her boyfriend all in one day, she hits her breaking point. Troy Lanske agrees to the insane charade only because, when he was a lonely foster child, Camryn was his lifeline. She's become so jaded that she doesn't even believe in love anymore.
Worse, if her family finds out she's single again, her sister's upcoming wedding will be a disaster. A plan that involves an old friend, a pretend relationship... He sets out to restore her faith in happily-ever-afters, but his plan backfires when the fake relationship begins to feel all too real.
Troy Lanske has been part of the Covic family since he was a young boy.
With an abusive father, living with Camryn's family was not only an necessity but gave Troy the family he longed for.
And it is OKAY to be vulnerable, because it is in this act that you find your true self and you grow. I enjoyed this to the very last drop, truly laughed out loud several time and would highly recommend this book to anybody who enjoys romantic comedies. I would most definitely read anything else this author wrote. The Dysfunctional Test was laugh out loud, hysterically funny.
I laughed, I cried, and I sighed all the way through. When I wasn't falling out of my chair from laughter I was grinning ear to ear like a goof ball checking all around me to make sure my husband and kids were not looking at me. Camryn 'Cam' Covic comes from a very, in your face, Serbian family.
I LOVE a book that can unexpectedly make me laugh so hard my sides hurt and that is exactly what Kelly's book did for me.
Don't get me wrong, there were some very sweet and tender moments well placed in this story and it has you believing in Happily Ever After as you are laughing your butt off and smiling ear to ear.
When I wasn't falling out of my chair from laughter I was grinning ear to ear like a goof ball checking all around me to make sure my husband and kids were not looking at me. Camryn 'Cam' Covic comes from a very, in your face, Serbian family.
To her, everything she does gets held up to a microscope.
PLEASE go get your own copy - you'll own a true treasure! You will relate and you will cry, BUT you will also root for Troy and Cam as two people who This book was fantastic! I pride myself on being very honest when it comes to critiquing someone's work because to be dishonest does not help the author at all. The story is witty, funny, quirky, heartfelt, and honest. There are many things that we can learn from this story. The author really pulled you into the lives of her characters, making you feel every single emotion, fear, disappointment.