Fake It (The Keswick Chronicles #1) by Victoria Kinnaird (Review by Shelley C – #NerdGirlRed)

Fake It

Title: Fake It (The Keswick Chronicles #1)

Author:  Victoria Kinnaird

Published Date: January  23rd 2016

Genre: YA Romance


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Jack Daveyson grew up with a guitar in his hands and his head full of melodies. Ten years after writing his first riff, he knows exactly what he wants to do with his life – graduate high school, escape Wayville and hit the road with his band, Forever Fading Echoes.
But it’s a bit hard to launch a band without a singer. Enter JJ Keswick.
JJ is everything Jack isn’t: rich, confident and popular. He also happens to be one of the best singers Jack has ever heard.
Jack reluctantly lets JJ into his band and into his life. The spark between them in the practice studio grows into something neither of them were expecting – a love that threatens to tear their lives apart.
International bestselling author Victoria Kinnaird is proud to introduce you to The Keswick Chronicles, a YA rock’n’roll romance.
Pack your guitar, pull on your band tee shirt and turn up the volume – it’s time to meet your new favourite band.

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***Shelley C. -#NerdGirlRed’s  Review***
I’m not a big romance reader without a paranormal element but I am so glad I read this book. With characters most people will be able to relate to in some way, a story that teens can put themselves in, and masterful writing; this rock and roll romance series is destined to become a bestseller! The story itself is so beautiful. I think Victoria Kinnaird did such an amazing job weaving all the elements of these characters, with their differences, into one of the most memorable groups of kids. Fake It is the new Breakfast Club and I can’t wait to see what is in store for the group next.


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    Sounds great! Terri Mcneal

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