The Truth About Lennon by K.L. Grayson-Cassie’s Review

Why I Read It

Who doesn’t love a single dad?

What I Rated It

What It’s About

Lennon Barrick-St. James is making headlines as New York City’s hottest new socialite. Only she isn’t new at all. One well-intentioned night gone horribly wrong has landed the daughter of vice presidential candidate Christopher St. James on the front page of every newspaper and magazine in the country.

Forced by her father to stay out of the limelight, Lennon flees to the quiet town of Heaven, Texas, where she vows to lie low and avoid men. Well, except for the sexy biker she just ran off the road—she definitely won’t be avoiding him.

Noah Cunningham already has one girl in his life, and he sure as hell doesn’t need another. Especially the beautiful and sinfully sweet angel that just descended upon the quiet little town he calls home.

The only problem is that the more time he spends with Lennon, the more he wants to be with her. And that’s just not going to work for Noah. He’s already been burned once, and he’s not so sure he’s ready to go down that road again.

Noah has spent the last five years putting his life back together after secrets and lies ripped it apart. So what will happen when he learns the truth about Lennon?

Cassie’s Review

I have truly found a little slice of Heaven in this book. It is a light-hearted read, but it will touch your soul with love that shines through the pages.

“I draw the line at ogling feet.”
Lennon has a beautiful heart and it is no wonder Noah gets so wrapped up in her. Her carefree/light spirit is contagious. I will always cheer on the girl who so fiercely tries to break free and make a name for themselves. Lennon is no exception.

“I don’t want to look at stars. I want to make you see them.”
I don’t think I could ever turn down a fictional single dad. There is nothing sexier than a man taking care of his princess. Nothing. However, Noah Cunningham definitely gets high marks for bedroom talk. Honestly, he is quite the tattooed panty melting machine.

I finished this book with a new definition of adulting, a few more giggles under my belt, and another author I would love to read more of in the future.

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