Hired by a stranger to write his life story, Beth Lambert arrives at a seemingly abandoned house in the hills near her hometown. She knows the rumors, she knows it is dangerous and unwise. But she needs the money. And she needs to prove that it isn’t a mistake to think she can make a career out of a dream.
Inside the house of emptiness and coldness, she finds a man with curt words and haunted eyes. He is eccentric, odd. Brutish, even. He scares her, and he intrigues her. When she learns who he is, she wants to run. But there is the money, and there is the dream, and eventually, there is simply Harrison Caldwell. The haunted man with the black, ugly truth.
This is the first book I have read from Lindy and it was fabulous!
It is the man, the man in seclusion. A man who was once huge, now shut off from the world.
Beth is searching. She is trying to find herself. Finally hired to fulfill her dream she gets more than she ever thought.
Harrison…such a hollow man dealing with more than a man should.
“I am much more than you see, they said. I am much more than you know. Dare to uncover all that I am.” I wish I could have
had just a little more drama and I definitely needed more at the end. But maybe it was just enough, it kept
it playing in my head that’s for sure.
“Everyone died one day, but every other day they lived.”
A very moving read that will suck you in.
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Lindy Zart is the USA Today bestselling author of Roomies. She has been writing since she was a child. Luckily for readers, her writing has improved since then. She lives in Wisconsin with her family. Lindy loves hearing from people who enjoy her work. She also has a completely healthy obsession with the following: coffee, wine, bloody marys, peanut butter, and pizza.