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About the Book:
Rachel Somers is America’s #1 relationship coach—America just doesn’t know it. Rachel writes the books, but her Aunt Donna plays the face of the operation. Living in fear of their secret being exposed, Rachel has no choice but to keep up the charade or lose the big money required to care for her father. With the deadline for their next book closing in, Rachel finds herself out of inspiration and running out of time. The last thing she needs is her aunt and publicist concocting a harebrained scheme to join forces with some radio star in the hope it will help deliver the elusive next book idea.
Lucas Grant is a star of late night radio—though it’s come with an unexpected price of hordes of women who keep calling his sports show to ask him for relationship advice. They make his ratings look great, but they also mean he has to waste hours talking to people like Dr. Donna Somerville about feelings instead of his first love: football. When a big-time producer calls, it looks like his hard work is about to pay off. But the offer comes with a catch—the producer is convinced Dr. Donna is not what she seems and he wants Lucas to discover her secret. To do that, he needs to win over her tight-lipped assistant who holds the key to his success and—he begins to suspect—his heart. Can love find a way through the lies that force them apart?
This is one of those books that is so good it is hard to write a review. From the very first word the book had my attention. Loved the characters, very inspiring.
Loved Rachel, so caring about ones in her life, a good friend. She did have a lot to deal from her past. Lucas had a call in show for sports but women are always calling in with other questions. His show becomes a connection with Rachel. Of course there is lot more to the book. I definitely recommend reading it.
I received a advanced copy of the book from the author. I was not required to write an positive review. This is my own opinion.
About the Author: