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Blurred Lines by Nazarea Andrews
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There's always a fear factor involved when going home after a long time away.
A vast number of 'what ifs' that can plague a person. What if nothing's changed? What if everything's changed? What if you go home and home isn't 'home' anymore?
Ethan Henry dreads going home, going back to Mason, Texas, but he has to and to avoid being set up with every single and available woman in town, in a moment of blind panic, Ethan declares that he has a boyfriend.
Now he has to bring said boyfriend home.
There's just one teensy, tiny, little problem.
He doesn't have boyfriend.
What he does have is Spencer.
His best friend and roommate, a guy who has the biggest, kindest, most generous heart in the world and who doesn't see a problem in pretending to be Ethan's boyfriend on a trip home.
After all, it's only pretend, right?

This book was so beautiful and made my heart hurt in such a good way.
I absolutely adored reading it and highly recommend it.
Blurred Lines is a great addition to the world of the Wanted series.
Thanks to Nazarea Andrews, Kelly Elliott and InkSlinger PR for generously allowing me to read an advanced copy of Blurred Lines in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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Reading Progress

Started Reading
November 19, 2017 – Finished Reading
December 17, 2017 – Shelved
September 7, 2018 – Shelved as: reviewed

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