- Paperback: 274 pages
- Publisher: Montlake Romance; Unabridged edition (December 18, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1477813179
- ISBN-13: 978-1477813171
- Source: I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
- Rating: 5/5
In Tell-All, New York City writer Kat Callahan is just finishing an explosive unauthorized biography of Hollywood's 'It' couple, Alex and Victoria Janssen, when they mysteriously disappear along with their 7-year old son, Jeremy. Now Kat's publisher is hot on her heels to finish the book to cash in on the free publicity. Little does Kat know the charming cowboy who's just strolled into her life is actually Alex Janssen's brother, Luke, dead-set on stopping the book. He knows it will reveal a fiercely guarded secret that could destroy the lives of all four Janssens. Now he'll stop at nothing to ensure that doesn't happen.
For those of you that haven't read anything by Nell, then you need to. She has two books out at the moment, this one and The Gingerbread House. Both are freaking awesome!
This book is a great lighthearted romance. This isn't a jump your bones kind of romance, but something sweet that makes you feel nice and warm and fuzzy- like the first occurrences of being in love.
Nell does a great job at writing her characters. These are not stock people, you get the feeling that she had them whispering into her ear and she knows them better than she knows herself probably. Her character arcs are amazing.
The story is well thought out and you can see where Nell took the time to figure out all the small details and do the research necessary to make the book great!
Besides recommending this book, I also recommend her other one- The Gingerbread House. I fell in love with it when I read it and it was introduction to her writing style. I highly recommend her as a writer. She knows how to spin a tale that won't disappoint and will leave you wanting more!
I was born in Philadelphia but grew up primarily in Seattle. I obtained my degree in Literature from the College of Creative Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. I now live in Denver with my husband Ben and our beautiful baby boy, Cole. In my spare time I work on the endless renovations of our 1922 bungalow.