Nell Newbery has trust issues. It’s hard to trust when you’re the daughter of a fallen financial scion who bilked people out of billions. Nell’s done everything in her power to keep away from men who see her as their ticket to fortune and fame. All she wants to do is run her ultra-successful business, HELPFUL HUNKS, in peace.
But it wouldn’t hurt to find a guy who doesn’t know a thing about her father’s felonious past; one she can give her heart to and trust it won’t come back to her battered, bruised, and broken.
Is Charlie Churchill that guy? On the surface he seems perfect, all polished manners and quiet mirth. Nell’s convinced he knows nothing about her, other than she likes superhero movies and views junk food as a food group.
Can she trust him to be what he appears to be? Or is he just pretending?
For Nell, trust is everything in life…and in love.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I've always wondered what happens to the families of people who are so notorious they have their crimes named after them – like in "You've been Madoff-ed" to indicate you were the victim of a pyramid scheme. So, I put myself in the place of a girl who had everything going for her who suddenly had nothing – literally, no home, no money, nothing – when her father is convicted and sentenced for such financial fraud.