The Hometown Hoax – Review

the hometown hoax

Rate: 4/5
Pages: 191
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Cute small town romance! <3 <3

The Hometown Hoax is a romance book set it Cutter’s Creek, a small town. Tessa Cutter, an artist living in New York, comes home for a week to go camping with her family. She hadn’t even arrived before her world turned upside down.

Crash! Someone in front of her slams on their brakes and she goes flying into the guard rail and almost off of the cliff. Talk about a close call! Getting out of her car, she realizes she can’t finish her drive. The guy who caused the wreck, Logan, offers to drive her the rest of the way. Well, lo and behold, they are going to the exact same place.

The week holds its downs as Tessa makes up a fake boyfriend from New York to get her family off her back, because they want her to move home. Always. This backfires as she tries to deny her attraction to Logan.

Sparks fly, sexy time happens, and she is left feeling conflicted when the week is over. She vowed to never move back home. She wants to become someone in New York and she feels this small town of Cutter’s Creek holds her back. But now, she’s met Logan, who just moved into Cutter’s Creek. Dilemma ensues, and who will win? Or will it end in heartbreak?

So, I adored this book. However, I do think it was the big bang that makes me fall in love. The details were great and well developed. I haven’t read anything by this author before, but I definitely enjoyed it. I look forward to reading more of her books. Maybe she will write more books about Cutter’s Creek? I’d love to see more about her family.

This book was a small town romance and definitely had the cute aspects of it. If you enjoy reading small town romances, you’ll love this book! I’ve always wanted to live in a close-knit, small town, and this is the best I can get. 🙂 Living in Vegas does have some disadvantages. Haha.

*I received a copy in exchange for an honest review, provided by NetGalley.


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