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New York Times bestselling author Katherine Stone's bestselling novel Bel Air is now available in ebook.
All that glitters is not gold . . . Sometimes it is love.
Bel Air, California, where even the rich and famous marvel at the splendor of their surroundings. It is here, in the lush, sun-bright hills above Hollywood, that Allison, Winter, and Emily search for the courage to dream, to trust, to love.
But there are dark secrets and hidden betrayals must first be overcome.
A terrible accident has stolen Allison Fitzgerald’s dreams, and it has taught her that life is too precious — and too fragile — to waste. So when she meets a man who evokes a passion in her that she has never known before, she surrenders to his love without questioning his secretive past.
Gifted and beautiful actress Winter Carlyle has learned, from painful experience, that the people she loves always leave her, and that it is far too dangerous to care, and that she is only liked when she is pretending to be someone she is not. Still, she is willing to risk everything for the doctor who sees beyond the pretense . . . but is he willing to risk everything for her?
Emily Rousseau only feels safe, only feels free, when she is behind the lens of her camera — safe and free from the men who want her, and want to hurt her. The portraits she takes are works of art, and there is one man, unlike any other man she has ever known, who sees not only the talent in her work, but the loveliness in her. But can she accept the love, and face the demons, that will free her from her past?
Katherine Stone is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-one novels, including Roommates, Twins, Bed of Roses, Happy Endings, and Pearl Moon. Her books have been translated into twenty languages and are sold worldwide. A physician who now writes full-time, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, physician and novelist Jack Chase.
She is in the process of publishing all of her previously published novels in new ebook and trade paperback editions.
From Publishers Weekly
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