Wednesday, December 27, 2017

RELEASE BLITZ & REVIEW - You've Got Fail by Celia Aaron

Title: You've Got Fail
Author: Celia Aaron
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: December 26, 2017

I single-handedly built the hottest website for dating and relationship advice. Got a question? Scarlet Rocket can answer it for you. I was your modern day agony aunt with the solutions to all your pesky personal problems. 

The only issue? 

I was actually a man named Willis Halloran, not the female Scarlet Rocket. I thought my secret was safe. But then a sexy con artist calling herself Scarlet Rocket began showing up at society events, pretending to be me. I couldn’t let it go, so I tracked her down and confronted her. 

It went well … except for the part where she stole my wallet. Oh, and the part where she conned my agent into having us work together. 

And after that? Let’s just say she wound up stealing something much more valuable than my wallet or my [fake] name.

This book was fun from start to finish, and had me laughing throughout a good majority of the story. What do you do when you find out the alter ego you've assumed online suddenly has someone pretending to be you in person? Do you confront them and out yourself as the online persona? 

Willis Halloran stumbled into his current career almost by accident, when he realized his college degree wasn't exactly something that would land him a good paying job right away, and he's managed to turn his site into a well-known and recognized site, but no one knows he's the person behind the advice guru Scarlet Rocket. 

I liked that this story didn't waste a lot of unnecessary time building up to something happening between Willis and Fake Scarlet, they've already met each other by chapter two (although it wasn't exactly a happy-go-lucky meeting), and by chapter four they're pretty much stuck working with each other. Willis is the nerdy yet surprisingly sexy guy who still has a bit of child-like naivete (especially in regards to Commander Reptilian!)

Fake Scarlet is something else, I wasn't sure how I felt about her at the start of the book, she came off as smarmy in my opinion, but seeing her with her sister showed a different side to her and then I could understand why she presented herself the way she does, especially when the reason is revealed about her current career.

Celia Aaron is a recovering attorney who loves romance and erotic fiction. Dark to light, angsty to funny, real to fantasy—if it’s hot and strikes her fancy, she writes it. Want a free bestselling book?

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