Painted the Other Woman (Harlequin Presents Series #3099)

Painted the Other Woman - Julia James I actually thought for a second -- okay, two pages -- that Marisa really was the other woman, which would be totally out of left field for a modern Harlequin Presents and therefore interesting. No such luck. Instead we get one of those incredibly obvious Big Secrets, which the book coyly refuses to reveal until the end, even though the reader will almost certainly guess what it is.Still, I liked the angst and the pining hero. And the secondary characters were interesting, though we didn't see that much of them.