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Annie Shepherd is the number one women's fiction writer in the world, creator of the blockbuster Trust Me series.... 

Annie Shepherd is represented by the biggest entertainment agency in the world. 

Annie Shepherd has the perfect literary life.

But Annie Shepherd has a secret. A huge secret she's tried to hide her entire career, which is bought to the surface when her National Book Award-winning boyfriend (and Annie’s former professor) suddenly dies.

Now, Annie must rely on her own worst enemy for a solution...her literary agent. The posh, snooty and pretentious Henry Higgins, who has always been disdainful that Annie is his biggest client. 

If Annie's secret is exposed, Henry Higgins will have to take the fall with her. Whilst reluctantly working together to try and protect both their careers and reputations, they learn of something much bigger which unites them...a little something Annie's been writing about her entire career...love.

©2020 Aly Mennuti (P)2020 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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Very funny and fabulous narration

I bought this on a bit of an impulse when looking for something a bit lighter following some weighty reads. It quickly transpired that it wasn't really my usual thing but I equally couldn't put it down, it was brilliantly hilarious! I found myself laughing out loud over and over, partly because the narration was great (especially Henry) and partly because it's a genuinely funny book. So yeah, I wouldn't have knowingly chosen a 'romcom' but I'm really glad that I did. Real fake is a genuinely funny book and I also cared very much about the characters, where the story went and I simply couldn't stop reading. Great stuff.