From New York Times best-selling author Thea Harrison comes a vintage contemporary romance, as originally published under the pen name Amanda Carpenter in 1986.
Mercurial. Whimsical. Inconsistent.
Caprice Hagan appeared to embody her name. Beautiful and captivating, she flitted through life like a carefree socialite and left everyone wanting more. No one realized it was all a carefully cultivated act. No one until Pierce Langston.
Pierce was the opposite of Caprice in many ways, but the serious-minded businessman penetrated the elaborate façade she’d created. He saw the real, genuine woman trapped beneath the surface of her shallow existence. Pierce frightened her… and excited her in ways she’d never expected.
Can Pierce help Caprice drop her barriers and embrace life as her authentic self? Or will a relationship with him doom her to the same kind of hollow, dissatisfying existence she saw in her own mother and father? Can Caprice prove she is more than her name?