Fake Model by Cassie Mint
Series: Twin Swap, #3
Genre: Contemporary | Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Source: My Copy
Publication Date: March 1, 2021
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I’ve always hated when people look at me. I’m painfully shy, and I have a stutter.
So how did I wind up starring in a fashion photoshoot?
When my twin sister books the modelling job of her life, she’s on cloud nine. Everything she’s been working for was building to this.
Then she breaks her arm.
Billie is heartbroken until she gets an idea. A crazy, reckless idea.
We’re identical twins. So here’s what she says: I go to her job, and she’ll go to mine.
She’ll clean the house of a billionaire. And I’ll star in a fashion shoot with the world’s hottest, meanest photographer.
Lord help me. I’m gonna need it. Especially when he looks at me like that—like I’m something to eat.
Fake Model is a short and steamy twin swap instalove story, with an OTT possessive hero and the shy heroine who brings him to his knees.
This was my first Cassie Mint book and I really want to read more of her books now.
Coral and Billie are twins. They’re very close but also different. Coral cleans a billionaire’s house and hang out in sunlit kitchen while her sister Billie was a model who goes to parties and gallery openings and red carpet events. Coral didn’t like when people looked at her and easily begins stuttering.
Billie gets once in a lifetime opportunity but then hurts her arm, so she somehow convinces Coral to go in her place. They’re twins after all and Coral didn’t want to let her down. This was also a good opportunity to become more brave for Coral. She was sick of being such a crybaby.
Archer Westbrook is the photographer in the shoot and Coral describes him as a titan and as someone who looks like the grumpier version of reincarnation of Thor. Archer isn’t what you could call the nicest person and the two doesn’t get a great start with Coral not fitting to the clothes Billie was supposed to wear in the shoot. But Archer knows that Coral is the one for him and tries not to scare her.
All in all I really enjoyed this book. It’s short and I love me some possessive hero who knows who he wants the minute they met.