Maizy Grace Steward works as a part time reporter with dreams of becoming an investigative journalist. She's had a rocky past, and realizes that she needs to take on a second job for a while to help pay the bills. Maizy decides to apply for a job with Steeple Side Christian Resources, who is known for only hiring Christians. However, Maizy goes hilariously over board using the Dumb Blonds Guide to Christianity as her guide to dress her self up and present herself as a devote Christian.
Maizy, who now goes by her middle name Grace (because to her it sounds more Christian like.) Is thrilled to land the job during the first interview, but she wasn't thrilled with having to work with Jack Prentiss. Whom seems to have a theory she is a fraud.
Additionally, if her problems with Jack and keeping her lies straight isn't enough, she is given another log on that fire. She is finally offered the job of her dreams. But only if she is willing to stay at Steeple Side and work undercover for a Nashville newspaper to expose all of the skeleton's in Steeple Side's close.
This book keeps you laughing with all of the crazy acts that Maizy does as she to keep her secret under wraps. At the same time trying to decide if she should write the article that will trash Steeple Side and hurt all of her new friends or loose her dream career. You get a healthy dose of a romantic comedy as Maizy tries to keep herself from falling for the good looking Jack Prentiss. Faking Grace is an absolutely great read and you'll love every page! I highly recommend this one to anyone ages 14 and up who loves comedy and adult fiction.
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I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. I was not required to write a positive review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.