Fakin' It

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by Diana Rubino

Fakin' It

What happens when the perfect hero steps out of a romance novel and into the real world?

Pulp sci-fi author, Judi Somers, is about to find out. After finishing her 10th novel in her popular Race Parsec series, she runs into childhood friend Felix Varlden. Now a biotech genius, he tells her of his breakthrough discovery that makes it possible for him to create a humanoid in a lab.

Felix sees the project as a chance to bolster interstellar missions. She sees it as a chance to have all her fantasies come true—a real-live version of her series hero. "Leo" is perfect...but perfection is driving her crazy. What happens when Judi realizes who her hero really is?

Other Book Information

Genres: Contemporary Fiction, Humour, Romance, Science Fiction (Sci-Fi), Women's Fiction

Google Category: Media > Books > Fiction > Romance Novels

Pages: 272

ASIN: B003LSTEFK

ISBN(10): 1601547102

ISBN(13): 9781601547101

Sales Rank: 3907335

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