Everything but the Truth: An If Only novel (If Only...) (Paperback)
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Enjoy Everything but the Truth and the other standalone titles in Bloomsbury's contemporary If Only romance line centered around an impossible problem: you always want what you can't have!
Holly Mathews' mom is the new manager of a ritzy retirement home, and they just moved in, which means Holly's neighbors are all super-rich retirees. Still, it's not a total bust, because gorgeous, notorious Hollywood playboy Malik Buchannan is the grandson of one of the residents. Just one problem: when they meet, Malik assumes Holly's there to visit her own rich relative. She doesn't correct him, and it probably doesn't matter, because their flirtation could never turn into more than a superficial fling . . . right? But the longer Holly lives in Malik's privileged world, the deeper she falls for him and the more difficult it becomes to tell the truth . . . because coming clean might mean losing Malik forever.
For anyone who has dreamed of their own Cinderella story, this title in the If Only romance line is about how when it comes to true love, the best person to be is yourself!
About the Author
Mandy Hubbard is the author of many books for young adults including the previous If Only title FOOL ME TWICE, PRADA & PREJUDICE, and YOU WISH. She lives in Tacoma, Washington, with her husband and daughter. She works as an agent at D4EO literary. Visit her online at www.mandyhubbard.com and on twitter @mandyhubbard.
“Part comedy of errors, part romantic-fantasy, this fast-reading playful novel takes the idea of feeling out of place to a hilarious extreme.” —Publishers Weekly on PRADA & PREJUDICE
“A great romantic read for any girl.” —VOYA on FOOL ME TWICE
“Hubbard keeps it fresh and entertaining. . . Wish-fulfillment for romance fans.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Readers will love this fantastically funny, heart-warming book about getting much more than you wish for.” —VOYA on YOU WISH
“Hubbard's lighthearted romance pulls in Cinderella motifs, while using suspense and complicated subterfuge to step up the plot's pace. . . . A fun, romantic romp.” —Booklist