The Last Honest Woman by Nora Roberts
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The truth could not be told.
Abigail O'Hurley Rockwell was a desperate woman. Journalist Dylan Crosby was going to start digging up her past for the book he was writing about her infamous late husband. It was just research to him, but to her it was a painful reality that had to be kept under lock and key for the sake of her children. Abby would do anything to keep their world safe--no matter how compelling Dylan's promises might be....
What was she hiding? When Dylan Crosby came to grill Abigail O'Hurley Rockwell about her famous late husband, he expected cool white mink, icy diamonds. What he got was dusty dungarees and womanly warmth. Why would socialite Abby pretend to be a hardworking country mom? Worse, why did he believe her loving lies?
This is a great little story and a great opener to the series I loved the whole family and cant wait to read about how the rest of them fall, I am most looking forward to Trace's story the most.
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