Lies I Told
Grace and Parker Fontaine seem to have it all—looks, smarts, money, and charm. So starting a new school doesn’t cause problems. They fit in, and that, after all, is their job in the family business. Both had been adopted from foster homes and trained to be grifters by their grifting parents. They move to wealthy Playa Hermosa for their biggest con ever—$20 million in gold held by an unstable man. Grace is supposed to seduce Logan Fairchild, son of the mark. Parker worries about Grace and tells her they can get out. He’s been saving for a long time and can take care of them both, give them a shot at a normal life. When Grace falls in love with Logan and Parker starts to lose it, things get very complicated.
This riveting story grabs readers and pulls them right through the entire book with hardly time to breathe. Michelle Zink has created a cast of characters that are engaging, sympathetic, and realistic, with imperfections in a world where imperfections can cause them great danger. This book should find readership well beyond the young adult audience it seeks. Older readers will also enjoy the ride—and it is quite a ride.
|Page Count||352 pages|
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