Don't Let It Be True

Don't Let It Be True

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Suddenly broke, Kathleen King and her boyfriend Dylan Grant devise separate schemes to regain their families' lost fortunes while maintaining their faðcade as wealthy heirs among Houston's elite.


A few Texas society gals are hiding sordid pasts as strippers, pole dancers, call girls, Democrats . . . But socialite Kathleen Connor King's secret is far, far worse.

The flamboyant oil heiress, philanthropist, shopaholic, and hostess of the city's most prestigious annual gala, Kathleen King has a skeleton in her closet that, if revealed, will obliterate her good name and cherished social standing: She's broke!

Her longtime beau, Dylan Grant, is similarly busted, ever since his now-deceased father lost the last of the family's oil properties to A-List wannabe Bo Harlan in a poker game. So Kat and Dylan have a plan, and with the help of a small cadre of loyal friends and allies, they're ready to resort to outrageous tactics—not all of them legal—to keep up appearances, win back the lost Grant oil money, elude a psycho Vegas mobster...and solidify their lofty positions among the crème de la crème.

From the acclaimed author of This Is How It Happened (Not a Love Story) and The Men's Guide to the Women's Bathroom comes a hilarious tale of love and deception in the world of the Texas oil uppercrust.

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Hiding her secret past as an exotic dancer, Kathleen King, an heir to her family dynasty, rubs elbows with the upper-crust world of modern Texas oil barons while endeavoring to safeguard her reputation. By the author of The Men's Guide to the Women's Bathroom. Original.

Publisher: New York : HarperCollins Avon A, 2009
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061241178
Characteristics: 298 p. ; 20 cm


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