The Lies I’ve Told
A lie is told for many reasons.
To cause harm.
To garner something in return.
But in the end, a lie has one purpose.
Aiden Fisher had finally conquered the art industry, making a name for himself as a world-class sculptor. Nothing could stop him. Nothing but a single afternoon with his doctor, delivering devastating news. Trying to escape his fate, he decides to hide out in a small inn off the coast of North Carolina.
There, he can lick his wounds and plan his future. That or drink himself into the next decade. Whichever comes first.
Millie McIntyre’s life was going places. With a successful career in one of the top fashion houses in the world, she was headed straight to the top. That is until it all came crashing down around her in a single career ending email.
Hoping to disappear, she heads home under the ruse of an extended vacation to help run the family inn while her sister is out on maternity leave. After all, what is family for?
There she finds herself playing hostess to Aiden, a rude, overbearing sort of man who makes her question everything, including the burning desire she feels whenever he is near. Neither has plans for love in their life, but it happens just the same. But can love alone be enough? When the lies they’ve told are finally exposed, will it bring them closer or tear them apart?