Kula Baker never expected to find herself on the streets of San Francisco, alone but for a letter of introduction. Though she has come to the city to save her father from a cruel fate, Kula soon finds herself swept up in a world of art and elegance - a world she hardly dared dream of back in Montana, where she was no more than the daughter of an outlaw. And then there is the handsome David Wong, whose smiling eyes and soft-spoken manner have an uncanny way of breaking through Kula's carefully crafted reserve. Yet when disaster strikes and the wreckage threatens all she holds dear, Kula realizes that only by unlocking her heart can she begin to carve a new future for herself.
This was a good book with great writing, but I just didn't liek Kula all that much as a character, mostly because of her narration, like say, "Kula Baker is no fool" or something like that, it annoyed me, but the actual story, and who Kula grows into, I liked. I just didn't like a good deal of the narration.
Author: Janet Fox
Series: Faithful #2
Read: July 19th, 2012
Reason Why: Sounded like a great book, won the first in a giveaway, and it's a YAHFC book!
Published: June 2nd 2011