Would you be gullible enough to fall for a charming con man who loves you for your bank balance rather than your GSOH and desire for FTA and an LTR?
Me? I’d have said no, I wouldn’t be so daft.
Although, let’s be honest, any confidence trickster attracted by my bank balance is in for a big disappointment.
But that was before reading Deception Wears Many Faces by Maggie James.
Because the con artist who stole the heart and life savings of Lyddie’s troubled younger sister Ellie is clever, cunning and charming and he’s got a string of broken hearts behind him.
What the blurb says:
When Lyddie takes her sister to Devon to recover after a recent suicide attempt, it starts a train of events that will put their lives in grave danger.
Ellie has been the victim of a professional con artist, one who stole her savings, then…
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