Catie’s little white lies have finally caught up to her…
The award-winning Catie Bloom is back! And she’s still got it all—a husband, a successful career, and she’s America’s #1 Domestic Goddess. Except, it’s a big fat lie. She can’t cook, she’s a slob, and her husband left her years ago. But she’s trying to leave the lies behind and become an honest woman.
Too bad someone already knows her secrets...
Catie’s life comes crumbling down when she’s outed on national TV by a person she trusted. And in that instant, she loses everything—her job, her sister, and the man she loves, Sam Harding. So much for “the one.” When Catie needs Sam the most, he disappears…with his ex.
Then two miracles happen: a new man steps into the picture, eager to help Catie, and a New York socialite hires her to do the one thing she’s truly talented at: interior design. The great news: the multimillion-dollar loft Catie’s designing will be featured in all the top design magazines. The bad news: Catie has to keep her involvement a secret.
As she tries to find a way back into the design world without revealing her secret project, Sam returns. And with him comes a twist she never saw coming.
Will Catie find her happily ever after, or will her past lies ruin her future forever?
About the Author
After her own misadventures in New York City, LA, and London, Brooke Stanton now lives in sunny South Florida. She’s an award-winning author who has contributed to Natural Awakenings Magazine, wrote a column for Examiner.com, and is the author of The Bloom Sisters series. Visit her website brookestantonbooks.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I loved the series, and fell in love with Catelyn and Natalie. And you made romance novels a mixture of romance, great sex, AND suspense thrillers. Keep writing!!
I have to say that I really loved the first two Bloom sisters books, but in my opinion, Catie wasn't nearly as zany and fun as she was in the first two books. Granted, having the worst day in the life of a zany character does cut down on the giggles in a very big way, especially when she's persona non grata everywhere she turns. But face it, Catie has a way of lying to cover her butt when life throws curve balls her way and she's responsible for hurting her friends and destroying their happy lives and successful careers. Of course, since this is a romantic comedy, Catie always comes out smelling like a rose (Bloom, get it?) but I was mortified by the way she treated Sam. He's supposed to be the love of her life and regardless of the circumstances Sam should have held her responsible for her behavior, especially her propensity to believe the very worst about him. I didn't find that funny at all. I read a complimentary copy of this book and all opinions expressed in my voluntary review are completely my own.