Little White Lies by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Sawyer Taft isn’t exactly debutante material. Working as an auto mechanic, she has managed to keep a roof over herself and her oft-times absent mom.
Grandmother Lillian Taft arrives and offers her a contract: a five hundred-thousand-dollar college education trust fund in exchange for living with Grandmother for one year and participating in the annual Symphony Deb Ball. Sawyer decides to sign up.
Her primary motivation is certainly not for all the trappings of her grandmother's southern society life. She wants to learn the identity of her father.
This is one compulsive read that kept me up and reading way past my bedtime. Bless your heart, Jennifer Lynn Barnes. Bless your precious little heart.