The premise of the this book is definately creative. A Stephen King caliber author lives in Colorado as a virtual hermit. He makes his thrice-yearly trip to the mailbox only to discover that all his business mail stopped four months earlier. Then he hears that "he" is coming public and will be interviewed on television -- but it's clearly someone pretending to be him. Then his house is blown up. He goes to watch the imposter's interview and meets with his agent's assistant. Instant sexual chemistry. The bulk of the book involves John's slow convincing of Teryl of his story and then their efforts to thwart the imposter.
Overall, I enjoyed this book. It took a healthy dose of "suspension of disbelief" at times. The main characters are pretty appealing (though both are carrying unnecessary amounts of baggage). The sexual chemistry is bubbling and the encounters are well written.
Great book! what a original story plot. Recluse bestseller writer has his identify stolen. Someone blows up his house so he has to papertrail validating who is is. Really a romance novel but it kept my attention til the very end. Enjoy!