Jen and Paul have been together for seven months now and Paul never talks about his family or shows any inclination of wanting to introduce Jen to them. It started to get to Jen. It was nearing the Christmas holidays and Jen needed to make arrangements. She wanted to stay and share it with Paul—their first together. Paul is planning to go spend the holidays with his family in the Hamptons but he hasn’t asked if Jen would like to go with him. She tries asking him about his plans without making it sound as if she was hinting for an invitation. Jen was about to give up and make plans to fly home to Dublin when Paul finally asked if she wanted to go to the Hamptons with him. She’s overjoyed and doesn’t notice—or maybe she didn’t want to notice—how reluctant he is for her to go—or to have her meet his parents—until they arrive, and it was too late.
Jen discovers that Paul has kept her in the dark concerning his background. What will happen with full disclosure? And who is Cameron Hamilton? Is she just Paul’s sister’s friend or is Paul’s mother telling the truth when she says Paul and Cameron will eventually marry?
Because Paul has not been totally forthcoming, Jen becomes vulnerable and less sure of herself. She starts to doubt Pauls feelings for her. Although their attraction is still powerful and red hot, she can’t help but wonder what’s really going on with him and Cameron.
Is she being paranoid?
Can Paul really be so blind to the fact that Cameron is a manipulative bitch who will do anything to take him away from Jen. And she has the help of his mother and sister, who would love nothing better than to see Jen gone from his life and Cameron take her place.
Paul realizes that he should have been more honest with Jen from the start, but it wasn’t intentional on his part. He was just living his life the way he had since finishing college. When he met Jen he never deliberately lied to her about his background of wealth and privilege, it just wasn’t relevant. He was making a name for himself in the business world on his own merit, not because of who his family was.
It didn’t occur to him in the beginning that Jen would become so important to him. If he had known, maybe things wouldn’t have got so out of hand later in their relationship.
A love betrayed.
Or is it???
What happens when outside forces come between passionate lovers with lies and manipulation.
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