Theodora Parsenis believes that Stewart Elliott is the man of her dreams: charming, chivalrous, and charismatic. Despite her father’s reservations about their ten-year age difference, she throws herself into the new relationship with abandon.
Stewart is a master at letting others see only what he wants and soon has Theodora’s father fooled into thinking he is the perfect choice for Theodora.
As the parent of a daughter, I was on the edge of my seat for most of this story. The author has managed to build a character who is beautiful, smart and successful, every woman’s dream, and show his rotten side, as well. I had to catch my breath as his deceit is uncovered. What a jerk! Great read, well written by one of my favorite new authors.
Suzanne Jenkins, Author of Pam of Babylon Series
A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Lynne relocated to the New York area in 2004 with her husband and children. She is passionate about education, reading, health, and wellness. She enjoys traveling, spending time on the beach and taking walks with her family and their adorable golden retriever.
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