Though his family owns the charming beachside town of Barefoot William, Aidan Cates is as down-to-earth as the locals. He's also practical to a fault and doesn't believe some psychic on the boardwalk can predict his future.
Jillie Mac is as free as an ocean breeze, so when the hot stranger and his date mistake her for a fortune teller, she's ready to have some fun. But one devastating secret told, one mistaken identity revealed, and numerous long summer nights later, it's Jillie and Aidan who discover that sometimes love comes with a simple twist of fate.
Praise for Kate Angell and her novels
"Grab a beach chair, sunscreen, and a Kate Angell book for a great summer read!" --Roxanne St. Claire, New York Times bestselling author
"Fast-paced. Fun characters." --Lori Foster, New York Times bestselling author
The story begins when Jill gets mistaken by a man and his
date as a psychic at a carnival in the new town she's in. She knows things about the man known as Aiden
Cates, and his girlfriend. So, she takes the opportunity to tell him a few things she knows
about his girlfriend. Then she takes off.
However, Aiden can't seem to get her out of his head, and he
finds out that she was a fake. Now, more than ever he must find her and make her pay. But he didn't
realize that he would end up working with her for the next year, but that's exactly what happen. Now,
these two must figure out their feelings while also dealing with each other for the next year.
This book was good. I really enjoyed the whole plot line
from start to finish. It had me hooked right at the beginning because of how unique and funny it
was, then it just got better and better.
And the characters were just as interesting as well. I loved
both the hero and heroine. They made a very interesting couple, and it was exciting to see them get
together. I also enjoyed the side characters romance as well. Mike and Carrie were great
The only downside to this story was towards the end. I was a
little annoyed and confused with some of the things that Jill did toward then. It didn't make a lot
of sense to me. Then when she finally fixed the problem the story just ended rather abruptly. So,
overall I really thought the book was good, and I look forward to reading more of this series.