Bailey was one of the first women accepted to attend college and she loved history, so when she writes scholarly articles under the masculine-sounding name of Dr. Perseus Stone to get them published… Someone wants to know who this mysterious writer is and stop the articles. When a young man she met in college is the reporter out to scoop the story, she has to decide how to handle it. Sometimes truth sounds more like a lie and a story is just so much better with some lies to make it sound like the truth. Loved the interesting characters, some secrets and a little romance made a wonderful story.
It was just a harmless, little lie…
Widow Bailey Bryson writes scholarly articles under the masculine-sounding name of Dr. Perseus Stone. When handsome reporter Collin Winchester comes to Last Chance, Nebraska seeking an interview with the good doctor, a whirlwind of lies and confusion tears through the town. No one knows what to believe, especially since the truth is mingling so well with the fiction.
And Bailey is caught in the middle. She knows the truth will set her free, but then she learns Collin has come to Last Chance to smear Dr. Stone’s reputation. A man who does not exist, yet one the town is now bent on protecting.
How can she and Collin get at the truth—especially when their hearts are hiding secrets, too?