I have a character in my story who I was hoping to use as the point of view for several scenes/chapters. The issue I'm having is that this character has hidden motivations that I don't want to reveal to the readers yet, and I'm trying to figure out the best way of handling this. Showing things from his POV, but suppressing certain thoughts seems disingenuous, and worse, I feel like I would have to lie about some of his thoughts to perpetuate the illusion of his character. One possible answer I have come up with is to redesign those scenes to use the point of view of another character who is already physically present in most or all of these scenes, but I think that writing it all from her point of view will make developing his personality much more difficult. Any insight or examples you can provide would be very much appreciated.