Pretend Partners

Pretend Partners

161K Reads 6.8K Votes 20 Part Story
Mary Fahey By MaryFahey Completed

Hazel Emmett tries not to let her left leg cerebral palsy defeat her - but sometimes it does. A fun filled adventure might let her pretend to be normal for a while.

Dancer Romeo McGrath is mistakenly arrested and given community service as Hazel's assistant. After twenty nine of them, Romeo has had enough of women using him for their bad boy fling.   

To clear his name, he intends to find missing racehorses that have baffled the authorities. Hazel's limitations are a creative challenge so he lets her be his pretend partner.  

Between derelict stables, a charity chief with a secret, a double jobbing politician and dancing in strange places, Hazel or Romeo discover more than they expected. Before Romeo's sentence ends, they must figure out what is real and what is pretend.

  • action
  • assistant
  • attraction
  • cerebralpalsy
  • chicklit
  • completed
  • contemporary
  • dancing
  • disability
  • fallinginlove
  • famous
  • fun
  • hottie
  • innocent
  • investigation
  • lovestory
  • mysterious
  • mystery-thriller
  • sexyhero
  • temptation
caribbean_mom caribbean_mom May 09, 2017
I am loving the pics in between for caribbean people like me who dont know what you are talking about! Thank you! #keeponwriting p.s. my daughter keep watching the video of the irish dance on a loop.. Took me a while to read the chapter lol.
danielle670 danielle670 Aug 18, 2017
Can I ask how old is the author. There is so much maturity in this book. Makes me dissapointed when I run into books that don't look as enticing as the cover
RachelRosewood RachelRosewood Apr 10, 2017
I love it!! I want to read more right now but it's past midnight and I should be asleep :-o You're a wonderful writer and I hope to be as good as you someday! ^_^ Also, I love how you added the photos in your chapter like that. I should do the same.
Would he fall for her in a month? I think that’s the right question lol
Just a small point from someone with cerebral palsy for accuracy.  You have the condition but the affected limb/s is where the spasticity is and just because one limb is visibly affected does not mean that the rest of the body isn’t.  I’m actually excited to read this story.
dreanagurl246 dreanagurl246 Dec 22, 2017
😄😄😄my daughter, who is a bookworm, wears glasses frames w/o the lenses as conversation pieces 😁