The Captive Imposter by Dawn Crandall

My review:
This is the third book in The Everstone Chronicles series by Dawn Crandall. And I may have stayed up into the wee hours of the morning to finish it. This book was fabulous! I love story in this book was so good! The tell tale sign of a wonderful writer is the ability to make you connect and fall in love with the characters. I found myself doing that exact thing with Estella and Dexter! All of her books have had a unique story line and have kept me interested right up until the last page! I would highly recommend this book and the whole series. 5 stars!

Book description (from Amazon):

The Everstone Chronicles Series Book 3 of 3

For her own protection following the murder of her brother Will, hotel heiress Estella Everstone assumes the alias of Elle Stoneburner and takes a job as companion to an elderly widow. Never did she imagine that her position would lead her back to her beloved Everston, a picturesque resort property tucked away in the rugged mountains of Maine. Living below her station in a guise of anonymity has its struggles, but her spirits are buoyed by a newfound friendship with the hotel manager, Dexter Blakeley. And his distaste for the spoiled socialites who frequent his hotel causes her to take a close look at her own priorities and past lifestyle. When Estella finds herself in need of help, Dexter comes to the rescue with an offer of employment she can’t refuse. As the two interact and open up to each other, Estella feels a growing attraction to Dexter; and increasing discomfort over concealing her identity. Yet, in spite of the false pretense she’s putting forth, she’s never felt freer to be herself than in his presence. But will he still love her when he learns the truth about who she is?

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