Sinclair Jeffries thought she knew what she was getting into when her zany, gay friend, Jesse Eddington, talked her into portraying his girlfriend during his parent's anniversary party on Huntington Beach. That is, until she met Reed, Jesse's sexy as hell older brother, and ends up getting much more than what she'd bargained for.
Reed Eddington assumed his future was settled until he met Sinclair, his brother's so-called "girlfriend", but the raw, sexual tension between them is hard to ignore. As he watches their ruse from the sidelines, he finds himself wanting to uncover more than just their amusing little facade.
Due to sexual content and heavy subject matter, this book is recommended for ages 18+
This book starts out with Sinclair helping out her gay best friend Jesse by pretending to be his girlfriend for the weekend at his parents house. They both think it will be an okay idea, but neither one knew what would happen once they got there. And Sinclair never though she would fall for Jesse's brother Reed.
Once Reed see's Sin it's instant attraction. He knows his brother is gay, so he can't figure out why Sin is with him. Little did he know she was just helping out her friend.
Along the way Reed has to deal with his fiance, his step father, and a crazy man who is after Sin. The book has lots of drama.
Over all I have to say I didn't like the book. It was fairly short, and I just didn't really care for it. I thought the whole thing with "Michael" was really dumb. I felt it had no propose in the story at all, and it didn't add very much suspense to it either. Not only that I really never felt much of a connection between Reed, and Sin. So I have to say this book just wasn't for me.