Many readers, including reviewers, have said that this is my best book, so it was the first to go up! If you want a vacation, why not head up to Grand Marais, Minnesota, where the loons call all night, the lakes are always crystal clear, the air smells sweet, and the stars are so big and close to you, that you feel like you can reach up to touch them!
And fall in love with Raul, the man who has cruised through life on his good looks, oblivious to anything other than his own physical pleasures. No one has ever told him there were limits to what he can or can't do, and no woman has ever turned him down. Until now. Veronica calls him a "disease-ridden drug addict," so he calls her "fat." But she has to train him for a role in her cousin's new movie, to play their ancestor. They'll be working closely together for weeks, until her director-cousin gets the rest of the crew up to Grand Marais. How long can she resist the attractive actor? He tries to make small changes in himself, to fit in, like he's always done. But what happens when the changes go deeper than he ever dreamed was possible? Is there a real man of substance under his thick veneer of movie-star bravado image? And will Veronica ever believe a man who "Lies for a living?"