About Love in Writing

love in writing

Allie has sworn off dating.

Which is unfortunate, because the cute guy at the grocery store has finally struck up a conversation, and shy and sweet Ben is even more adorable than he looks. When an ex shows up trying to rekindle the flame at the same time her mother tries to set her up with a neighbor, Allie ropes Ben into being her fake boyfriend to get everyone off her back.

Ben has been in love with the stranger at the grocery store for months despite never speaking to her. When he finally works up the courage to say hi, he’s suddenly thrown into a fake relationship with no chance of things becoming real. Not unless he helps Allie on her journey of self-discovery.

A weekend of pretending to be a couple turns into weeks of hanging out and discovering together the people they want to be. But despite Allie’s growing feelings for practically perfect Ben, she isn’t sure she can risk the best friendship she’s ever had when all of her past relationships have failed.

Or maybe a little risk is worth a chance at real love.

Love in Writing is a sweet, closed-door romantic comedy that can be read as a standalone or part of the series.

My review

I’m completely loving The Wonder Boys series. You can check out my review of Love on Camera. Each of the guys in the series are so great. I love the way they look out for each other.

This book is about Ben. Ben is the middle child of a big family. And he never really felt noticed there. That’s why the Wonder Boys were so important to him. It was the one place where he really mattered and was seen. Ben’s life is kind of boring. He works at the same fun center that he had worked at for a really long time. And he lives with Cam in a boring apartment. I love the way he looks forward to his grocery shopping so he can see the girl he likes there. But he doesn’t talk to her. Until he does.

Ally is the girl at the grocery store. She’s noticed Ben too. I love the way she grabs onto him when she needs someone to rescue her. Even though she doesn’t really know him. And the way he just goes along with her is great too. Both Ally and Ben needed to learn about themselves. I really loved the way they helped each other with that.

These two are great together! There are so many fun moments. I loved the Halloween scene. And how they work together to get Ally accepted at her job. And the ending….I loved it!

If you like fake relationships, you’ll love this one!

I was sent an e-copy of Love in Writing as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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