The first person she made disappear was herself.
A Man Living In The Past…
Antique collector Hagen Rayner has fourteen business days to find the deed to his Great-Uncle’s house or he risks losing the estate to his devious cousin. Should be easy enough for the self-made billionaire to accomplish, except for one small detail, his only source of help is to be from a woman who doesn’t exist.
A Woman Without One…
Maeve Delaney knows how to make people disappear. The rules are simple. Cut all ties to the past, don’t talk about yourself and never ever let a man get close. That includes any would-be partners with potty mouths, broad shoulders, and gentle hands.
Invisible is a financial treasure hunt through the world of hidden identities. A world where loyalty and love can be found in the most unexpected places.
Trevas at eBookGuru.org writes…
“Kimber puts you right into the minds of the main characters of this book, and as you read you’ll find yourself feeling what they feel, grieving with them, loving with them, and in general getting to know the characters very well. The effect of this style is that the hero and heroin in this book become two of the most well rounded characters you will ever share a story with, and you find yourself being able envision everything as it plays out in the book.”
“Kimber Chin’s INVISIBLE is truly a delightful venture that captures the imagination from the very first page and holds you captive through to the very end.”
“Invisible is a truly remarkable book, and one I highly recommend! Anyone who loves suspense, mysteries, puzzles, or intrigue will love this book.”
Monie at Reading With Monie says…
“Now this is what romance writing should be. Last year’s Breach of Trust was winner in my book and I was eagerly anticipating Invisible. Kimber Chin lived up to the expectation and gave us another hot story.”