Five years ago Bryn Jones father was accused for fraud, and Gabriel D’Angelo was the main witness against him, breaking Bryn’s heart in the process. She doesn’t want anything to do with the D’Angelos, but now she has an opportunity to exhibit her work in the prestigious D’Angelo’s gallery in London. She hopes she doesn’t get recognized, since now she’s worrying contacts and she lost some weight. She registers in the exihibition with another name, since she fears that she will be thrown out, being the daughter of someone that comitted fraud. What she doesn’t know is that Gabe has not forgotten her. Will he recognize her? Will she forgive him?
I felt the story was a little underdeveloped. For me, there wasn’t much to the story besides their reconciliation. Never the less is a story that can entretain with their banter and with art exhibition.