“Supposedly he had come to her father’s estate looking for respite. But was handsome Adam Haines the man he was pretending to be? Or was Kirby Fairchild in danger of falling hard for a stranger who was even more practiced in th eart of deception than she was.”
When I first started the book I wasn’t sure what I was really expecting but I was pleasantly surprised. The characters of the Fairchild’s were amazingly crazy. Their outburst of artistic creativity was strange to read and interesting at the same time. Adam was an interesting character as well but he was more than he appeared.
Actually all of the characters were more than you thought they were which is great to read because it kept you guessing over and over with what is going on with this plot. And you did not know the truth of everything until the very end when it all unravled.