Relatively Honest by Molly Ringle

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Synopsis

Shocking. Disgusting. Deceitful. That's how some might have described Daniel Revelstoke's behavior even before he fell in love with his first cousin.

Previously a don't-tie-me-down Don-Juan type, Daniel doesn't know Julie is his long-lost cousin when he meets her and starts trying to lure her away from her long-distance boyfriend. And by the time his mum drops the family-relation bombshell in his lap, he already loves Julie and it's too late to switch off his feelings. But dishonest habits die hard. He reckons if he can keep Julie from finding out they're related--just a little longer--he runs a better chance of winning her over. He's never loved anyone before, and if she's the one, she's worth a little deceit. Love can do dangerous things to your head. And worse things to your family.
 

About Molly Ringle

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Molly Ringle has been writing fiction for over 20 years, and her stories always include love and humor, as well as the occasional touch of tragedy and/or the paranormal. Her book THE GHOST DOWNSTAIRS, a 2010 EPIC Award finalist for paranormal romance, was published in 2009 and a contemporary comedic romance, SUMMER TERM, was released in August 2010.Molly lives in Seattle with her husband and kids and worships fragrances and chocolate.
 
Published September 11, 2011 by ireadiwrite Publishing. 195 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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