Is fame and money a blessing when it comes with the news that your whole life has been a lie?
Rue's deceased mother kinda 'fibbed' about who her real father was. Big time.
On her 21st birthday she learns the truth by way of a $55,000,000.00 inheritance from a man she never got the chance to know.
Even more shocking? The two famous brothers Rue's been reading about in magazines all her life are suddenly family.
Jack and Sean Stone aren't happy to meet their new secret sister. And their mom? She had no idea the nanny and her husband had a little girl, long ago.
But when Jack sicks his rockstar best friend Alec Gabriel on her to see if she's a good girl, or bad, did he ever expect what would happen?
The whole world is watching to see what Rue Calliwell will do with all that cash.
"This book is something special." - Lilly's Book World
"It's an endearing tale of loss, changing, and finding new." SmutandBonBons.com
"Kept me turning the pages on my Kindle as fast as I could and it was really easy reading." - BooksNeedTLC
"I felt this author could take the writing world by storm in the New Adult Romance genre." - Us Girls and a Book Blog
"...not at all what I thought it would be. It had more depth and more substance than I imagined. This story really pushed my buttons.I felt every bit of excitement, fear, joy, pain and love Rue felt and I also felt the pain, anguish and remorse the boys felt. This was a great read, one that speaks volumes." - Lustful Literature
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This was a very good read. Loved the storyline and the characters. They were funny, witty and exciting .
Awful book, awful author. This author is mediocre at best.
You won't know unless you read
Full of sense of humour, action and steamy sexiness. I got caught with the brief synopsis. Once I start reading, I couldn't put it down.
I love Jack's character - he's a mess in a good way. He brings the highlight to the story.
This is my read first of Faleena Hopkins written story.