Faith Morrissey is overdue for an adventure. After 20 years in the same small town, she sets out on a yearlong study abroad trip, fully expecting to fall in love with the wonders of Budapest. She certainly doesn't expect to fall for Wes, the mysterious stranger who sweeps her off her feet mere days after her arrival. It seems almost too good to be true.
Weston Abbott is a ghost. In service to his country, he's done unspeakable things, the kinds of things that make settling down or falling in love out of the question. That's never been a problem - until he meets Faith. No matter how many times Wes tells himself that she's just a mark, he can't deny that she rattles his composure like no one else. And he can't seem to shake the forbidden feelings that stir to life whenever he's with her. Wes knows better than anyone that the line separating fact from fiction is almost as fine as the one between love and hate. And if the truth comes out, it may erase their love along with all the lies.
"Suspense, mystery, intrigue, romance, humour and passion...." (Totally Booked Blog)
We've sent an email with your order details. Order ID #:
To access this title, visit your library in the app or on the desktop website.
WITH EVERY WORD IT DREW ME IN MORE & MORE
YES! I FOUND AN OUTSTANDING AUTHOR!
I couldn't put this listen down! This is my first by Julie Johnson but it won't be my last. Her dialogues were quirky and totally believable. I was drawn to both characters and felt each of their emotions were real and their subsequent actions (for the most part) were justified. Faith was so likable and as her misfortune caused her to change, she only gained strength without losing her soul. As for Wes... he was such an emotional mess, see-sawing between his duty and his heart, he captured mine in the process. I only wish he was described more physically so I could paint a better mental image of this serious and determined man.
The narration ROCKED because anything Andi and Sebastian do together, always rocks.
WAVING BOTH THUMBS UP HIGH!
- sheryl beauchemin