Publisher Description

International Bestselling Author Tamsyn Bester bring you the first book in her Playing Pretend Series.

Kadence Kavanagh has spent the last two years trying to rebuild her life. When a job opportunity presents itself, she can’t say no, even if it’s with the man who’s life was ruined by her father’s indiscretion. It’s been years since she last saw Caleb Callahan, and she’s not even sure he remembers her, but she’s determined to give herself a clean slate no matter who she has to work for. 

In the unlikeliest of circumstances, Caleb becomes her savior – if somewhat reluctantly - and she discovers that the man she’s read about in the gossip columns is nothing more than a smoke screen. Kadence knows that keeping her distance is for the best, no matter how difficult, but when Caleb proposes the unthinkable, she finds herself caught between what’s real, and what she wishes was real. 

Caleb and Kadence lose themselves in a lie, and when reality comes knocking, they realize that all they were doing was playing pretend…

May 31
Vasko Books
Vasko Pty Ltd

Customer Reviews

god tiers ,

Playing Pretend -books one —vasko books-Tamsyn Bester

This book was great ! I can’t wait to see what happens next ... the baby, and their parents affair... didn’t see either of those coming
Very well written
Love the different supporting characters too

jennifer woodrow ,

Playing Pretend

The first sentences of this book grabbed my interest and kept me reading. After that I felt the author was just a bit wordy, pedantic in her description of events. However, the storyline was well planned and the characters very realistic.

Dudemier ,

Playing Pretend should be reality

This book is fantastic. I am biting at the bit to read the next in the series. Very well written, enjoy the characters, didn't want to put it down to do life(haha), and the end makes you want to read more. First time reading this author and look forward to reading more.
Highly recommend you read.

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