Publisher: Cedar Fort
Release Date: July 8, 2010
Size: 240 pages, 6×9, Paperback
After failing to fight his way into the advertising arena of New York City, Tristan Taylor is sure his luck is about to change when he meets the wealthy Rachel McMillan and her two sisters. With the recent death of their father, the girls must marry quickly in order to inherit their late father’s fortune.
Even when Tristan finds out the three women are Mormons, a religious group he knows nothing about, he is positive he can lure Rachel into marriage—if he can convince her he’s a member of her church. Tristan soon finds himself fascinated by much more than just Rachel’s money. After a life of doing whatever’s necessary to close the deal, Tristan wonders if a fledgling testimony of the gospel can give him the strength to come clean to the woman he loves, even though it could mean losing her forever.
This fresh, romantic tale is anything but your typical boy-meets-girl love story. Told with equal parts wit and heart, The Counterfeit Convert will keep you laughing while reminding you that facing consequences is the best way to conquer them.