I received this book as an ARC for an honest review.
In this book we meet Dane and Abby. Abby grew up in a house with a blue color dad who turned his construction business into a multi-million dollar company. He did this all while being a single dad to Abby. Abby's mom had died when she was young and when she was thirteen her father married a woman named Brittany. Brittany came from old money and could open many doors her father couldn't. Abby thought that Brittany was ok but wasn't looking to be a debutante. So one night when a friend ask her to an art show she rebels against her two parents and storms out only to find that she has gotten herself turned around and in a bad part of town where things can get real bad real quick. Lucky for her someone hears her screams and comes to her rescue. She doesn't realize who he is even when he tells her his real name but finds there is something about him that draws her in. The problem is when she learns who he really is can she forgive him for initially deceiving her?
Dane has been having a hard time since he got out of Leavenworth he hasn't been able to get a job. He is house sitting for a friend until he returns and then he will be homeless. So he walks at night, on this paticular night he see thugs dragging a woman into the trees and knows this will be bad for the woman but can't stop himself from stepping in and saving her. He knows he should tell her who he is but there is just something that seems to be connecting the two of them. He wants all the time he can get with her but is worried what will happen when she makes the connection between his name and the fact that he was in jail. Can he get the one woman he can't live without to give him a chance and really hear his side of the story? Even if he can will the people in her life give them a chance for a HEA?
This is a great book with many twists and turns. Just when you think you know where it will go next the author throws you off the scent. This is an amazing book that shows us there is always 2 sides to a story and sometimes you need to look deeper at the story before you pass judgement. Sometimes though what you see is what you get. I was riveted by this book and couldn't put it down once I started. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone.