Ever wonder who writes those outrageous tabloid stories – the ones about Elvis touring the solar system with aliens and disappearing airplanes in the Bermuda Triangle? Meet Hope Spencer, a big-city reporter who got sick and tired of prying into real people’s lives, and decided far-out fiction was a whole lot easier to handle. Now reality is just a starting point for Hope, and she’s eager for new places, new people, and new experiences that she can transform into the stuff of checkout counter fantasy. The sexy sheriff of Gospel, Idaho, reminds Hope that reality does have some advantages, though Dylan Taber’s heart-stopping physique and country-boy charm are practically too good to be true. Lies may be profitable, but even Hope knows they’re not a good basis for a relationship. Still, the one thing she’s absolutely sure of is that Dylan is no more eager than she is for True Confessions – yet. Meanwhile, she’ll just have to take heart in the fact that the handsome sheriff says he’s raising his son alone because the boy’s mama is an angel, and he’s willing to accept on faith the news that Hope is being stalked by a disgruntled leprechaun. With all that going for them, Dylan might find a way to mesh his reality with Hope’s fantasy after all.