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Reuniting Reality by Nikki LeClair #Review #Romance #Contemporary #Funny

Title: Reuniting Reality

Author: Nikki LeClair

Publisher: Nikki LeClair

Pages: 387

Published: March 20th, 2018

Rating: 4.5/5

Four years ago, Julie Duncan took part in the hit reality TV show ‘Daughter of Famous Mothers’. She took part alongside her husband and her best friend but reality proved shocking as her world and relationships fell apart with her discovering her husband having an affair with someone else on the show. Now she’s struggling to find work, but then she is offered the opportunity to participate in a reunion of the participants from that original show. She agrees, providing the producer, her ex and his now wife are not involved….. All is agreed, contract signed and she turns up to discover she’s been duped. They’re all there. That’s the start of a story full of humour, lies and secrets to be revealed!

Most of the lies are initially from Julie – including inventing a boyfriend, naming him and then being astounded when he turns up acting as if they’re really a couple! It is a behind the scenes look at reality television at its worst. There’s plenty of double crossing, manipulation of participants for maximum screen impact and antagonism. However, there are also relationships to be rekindled and true love to be found in this romantic comedy that had me turning the pages and laughing out loud!

I requested and received a copy of this novel via NetGalley. This is my honest review after choosing to read it.

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