THE TRUTH ABOUT PLAIN JANE
The Truth About Plain Jane by Roxann Delaney (2) suffers from several problems other than those keeping her lovers apart. Meg has come to Trey's ranch with several other paying customers to enjoy a week of Southwestern pursuits. When Trey's secretary leaves him in a bind, Meg, who has a secret agenda, offers to help. Unfortunately, the reasons for Meg's evasions are unclear and unconvincing. The revelation of her true identity, when it finally comes, is anticlimactic. Also, Trey's reaction to Meg's charade is too predictable. Delaney's got a great Texas setting, and her characters have potential, but her plot weakens the story.