How to get over a heartbreak:
Step one: Eat your body weight in brownies.
Step two: Throw yourself into your dreams of becoming a famous writer.
Step three: Beg your (hottie) ex-neighbor to act as your fake boyfriend.
Step four: Skip step three unless you’re ready for some serious fallout.
After being dumped and humiliated over the summer, Cat Turner does what any sane girl would do. She asks bad boy Alex Locke to be her fake boyfriend and show the world (and her editor at the school newspaper) that she’s fine. Problem is, the more time she spends with Alex, the more she risks getting her heart broken. For real this time.
Review: The Heartbreak Cure
This is the fluffiest book I’ve read in a while and only got three stars because my eARC had way too much editing to be done.
I didn’t knew this book had dual POV, which for me is always a win situation, however The Heartbreak Cure wasn’t very well done, it was confusing in so many parts, even if I enjoyed, it nagged me a lot.
I read this book in a couple of hours and want more, I was so sad when the last page arrived.
One of the things I love the most about The Heartbreak Cure is that even if it is say in the synopsis that Alex is a bad guy, we know just beginning the book that he is a decent and nice guy, who just happens to be wrongly judged for the people around him.
Cat is such a great voice to read, I mean even with the confusing changes of POVs, she was a delight and with her writing and kinda fan fiction, she reminds me a lot of Tina Belcher with her friend fiction.
There is some tweaks that need to be done in the editing department, which I know it’s gonna be done it in the final version, but overall The Heartbreak Cure was a read I needed.
I mean is so fluffy that now I need to watch hard-core porn to balance #jk #butnotreally