Release Date: February 14, 2014
Nick Pearson is not used to his name yet, well, to be fair, he's only had it for a few days. That's the joy of being part of the Witness Protection Program, a new name and location every time his dad screws up. Unfortunately, this is the last time the government is going to offer their relocation services and Nick doesn't have a whole lot of faith in his dad's abilities to keep his nose clean. But, Stepton, Georgia seems like it's a little better than the previous places they've been thrown. In his first few days he manages to make a friend, the school journalist, Eli and also catch the eye of Eli's very appealing sister, Reya. But, when Eli needs help after uncovering a conspiracy in his town, will Nick throw away his chance at a stable life in order to help him?
If you like a thriller that moves at a fast and furious speed and throws curve balls at you that you will not see coming, Fake ID is the perfect book for you. Nick has about one day of normalcy in his new town before things start getting ugly and it will have you turning pages at a break neck speed to keep up with everything that is going down.