Isn't She Lovely by Lauren Layne

The rules are clear—until they’re broken. Lauren Layne puts a modern spin on Pygmalion, also the inspiration for Pretty Woman, and gives the classic love story its edgiest twist yet.
“Who knew that pretending you’re not falling for someone would be so much more difficult than pretending that you are?” 
Stephanie Kendrick gave up her whole summer to ace her NYU film school screenwriting course, so she’s pissed to be stuck with a preppy, spoiled frat boy as her writing partner. Then again, with her piercings, black-rimmed eyes, and Goth wardrobe, Stephanie isn’t exactly Ethan Price’s type, either. He’s probably got his eye on some leggy blonde with a trust fund . . . or does he?
As the summer scene kicks off in the Hamptons, Ethan is desperate to make his snobbish mother forget the pedigreed girl who broke his heart. While Stephanie’s a stretch as a decoy, the right makeover and a pastel cardigan just might do the trick. She may not love the idea of playing Ethan’s brainless Barbie girlfriend, but the free rent and luxurious digs make a tempting offer. So does the promise of a ready-made screenplay idea inspired by their charade.
But when Stephanie steps into Ethan’s privileged world, the “acting” begins to feel all too real. The kissing and touching that were intended to fool the Hamptons crowd wind up manipulating them. And Stephanie faces a question she’s too afraid to ask: Is Ethan falling for the real her or for the dolled-up princess he wants to see?

Isn't She Lovely will definitely get you hook from the first page. You will be so addicted throughout the story that you will not even know your at the end until you see no more pages left. You will want to re-read this book so much that you will never get tired from it. Stephanie used to be the popular girl in high school, however, things change when she become broken that she turn into a angry goth. She use this disguise in order to avoid the hurt that she has gone through. Ethan is the typical rich boy that has all the girl wrapped around his finger but he feels that he has more into life. They both got pair up that you would see the tension between them. But things begin to change when they start spending more time together that you can see something brew between them. You know what they say about opposite attract. Well, that is what happening between those two that you want to root for them. Their romantic journey will be a bumpy road that it is definitely worth it. Another great book from Lauren Layne.


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