How can something so wrong feel so right?
From the moment Hanna Vincent meets Richard Larsen at a glamorous London party, they are drawn to each other despite their differences. He's the handsome son of a wealthy New York family, she's the poor black sheep with a contagious love of life. On paper, they are complete opposites.
As she becomes the nanny to his younger sister, the attraction between them grows, though the differences between them are too much to overcome. Until the day they meet in New York and everything changes. After a passionate night together, they try to make things work, but neither of them can imagine the ways their love will be challenged.
Then one day, Hanna walks into Richard’s office and reveals an explosive secret. One that rocks the foundations of his world. Richard must decide if he can ever forgive her, and they both need to choose whether to take a risk on happiness, or if their broken love is beyond repair.
This fresh, fun, smart and authentic novel is packed with noughties nostalgia, and we think it's brilliant. – Heat Magazine
A wonderful, captivating romantic story. - Chicklit Club
Will stay with me for quite some time to come... Simply a wonderful read. - A Spoonful of Happy Endings
I loved the characters, I loved the plot... and I loved the London and New York settings. It really was a marvellous read! - Leah Loves
An excellent novel. - Shaz's Book Blog
The perfect book to snuggle up with... Absolutely adore it beyond belief! - Rachale's Reads
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About the Author
Carrie Elks lives near London, England and writes contemporary romance with a dash of intrigue. At the age of twenty-one she left college with a political science degree, a healthy overdraft and a soon-to-be husband. She loves to travel and meet new people, and has lived in the USA and Switzerland as well as the UK. An avid social networker, she tries to limit her Facebook and Twitter time to stolen moments between writing chapters. When she isn’t reading or writing, she can usually be found baking, drinking wine or working out how to combine the two.