**Release Blitz** Fake Rocks by Julie Archer

Fake Rocks by Julie Archer
The Rocks Duet No1
Stay away from bad boys…
At least, that’s what Saff Barnes’s manager says when he threatens to cancel her recording contract.
Apparently, her affinity for trouble is the reason why she’s making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Reluctantly, she teams up with her builder’s nephew, the clean-cut Tris Judd, to present an acceptable veneer of respectability to the world. And just like that, her former sinful image is transformed.
As the lines between pretend and reality become blurred, the couple soon find fake isn’t fake if you fall in love for real.
But when Saff discovers Tris is hiding a murky secret in his past, it appears the truth may end up derailing her heart – and her career – once and for all.
“Strong, sassy, sexy…and that’s just the characters!”
Julie Archer is the author of contemporary romances with steamy times and drama, but always a happy ending!
She lives in Devon in the UK with Mr A and two feline children, Corey and Elsa. Also, indie rock and COYS.
Find out more about Julie and her books here: www.juliearcherwrites.com 
Tara’s 4* Review
“I love pushing the boundaries, testing people to see what I could get away with, basically being a badass.”
Have you ever heard the saying “Can’t buy me love”? Well, when rockstar Saff needs to spruce up her image, her manager suggests a fake boyfriend. One that is an all around good guy, and not the bad boys Saff usually goes for. Enter Tris. Good looks, and polite manner, Tris is the perfect “boyfriend” Saff could have wished for. But those good looks are hiding a secret, one that Tris doesn’t want anyone to know. When fake turns in to something else, secrets come out and emotions become too real.
“What if everything he’d ever told me was fake? Fake. Exactly like our relationship should have been. I should have left it as a business arrangement. I shouldn’t have got more involved.” 
Fake Rocks is a good read. Julie mixes humour, lust, and seriousness quite well. The characters all flow well together, and they each bring something to the story. Mix together some rock and roll and romance and you have Fake Rocks.
“He wasn’t there. He would never be there again. He lied to me. Given our whole relationship was really built on the basis of a lie, I supposed it was rather hypocritical of me.”

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