Trust in Me: A "Fake Relationship" Small Town Romance

· Lea Coll
56 reviews

About this ebook

A quiet professor with a bad boy secret side....

Quiet, smart, and totally not my type, Professor Sawyer Hudson needs me.

One date, one charity dinner,to boost his reputation on campus.

I'm going to do it. Only because I need him too.

But what transpires is completely unexpected. He's sexy and rugged with a chiseled body.

Add on his motorcycle and his dirty bedroom talk, and I am putty in his hands.

But men can't be loyal or trusted, and I am not about to trust a man like him.

Praise for Trust in Me

"This book is AMAZING! I love this series so very much and every book adds more depth and detail to the characters I adore. This is a must read!" Brianne, A Book Nerd, a Bookseller and a Bibliophile Blog

"I'm so freaking in love. Like literally *swooning* over Sawyer!!! If you love small town romances with relatable characters and beautifully written story lines then you should definitely order Trust in Me. This is romance at its finest. I firmly believe Lea Coll is going to be one of my new favorite authors." Kat, Book Nerd Anonymous Blog

"Ohmigosh!! This was my first Lea Coll was so amazing! I absolutely loved Stella and Sawyer! Stella was relatable and Sawyer was adorable! I didn't want to put it down!!" - Messy Bun Book Blog

"Such a wonderful story!!! Sawyer is the sexy "nerdy" professor we all love to read about. Stella is pretty amazing too! This story kept me engaged and turning the pages. I would recommend this to anyone that loves a small town romance." Chelsea, Adaucious Reads

Ratings and reviews

56 reviews
Leona Kruger
March 21, 2020
The story was a drag. Stella almost irritated me with her insecurities. The book focused too much on how insecure she felt and how she needed to apologize. Sawyer seemed too distant throughout the book. The whole chemistry thing was missing. I don't just seemed like a waste of time.
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Jeanne Rickert
March 24, 2020
Stella is not perfect and she shares her insecurities, but she is fun and gutsy. Her family life has been tough, and she lives in a small town that makes dating hard as there are not many eligible men. Sawyer is trying to get tenure at the local college because he wants to stay in town, but Stella's work creates issues for him. Through honesty, they work their way to a relationship with a future
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March 6, 2020
A little bit drawn out but it gives you a better understanding of what the characters are like, why they are the way the are and why they do what they do. Overall, it is a sweet and heartfelt read.
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About the author

Lea Coll worked as a trial attorney for over ten years. Now she stays home with her three children, plotting stories while fetching snacks and running them back and forth to activities. She enjoys the freedom of writing romance after years of legal writing.

She currently resides in Maryland with her family.

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