A road trip with his most important client's sexy daughter. What could go wrong?
When hot redheaded Lily walks into Nico Marino's classic car restoration shop, he figures she's the frisky blind date his friend arranged. The sizzling seduction comes to a screeching halt when he learns she's the daughter of his wealthiest client. This is one hookup he has to say no to, only Lily has other ideas.
Lily Spencer knows men only want her for her money or her family, but she has a plan to end her two-year dry spell with the sexy Nico - getting his hands on a 1969 Mustang she's inherited. And hopefully on her too. All it takes is a two-week, no-strings road trip. Lily won't take no for an answer.
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I love Nico's self discovery as he spends time with Lily. He was hurt and feels he can never let anyone close again. Nico does not want to give anyone that much power over his heart. lily has her own growing up to do and find if she has the strength to stand up for herself.
This is book 7 in the Clover Park Series and one of my favorites. Based on previous books and the beginning of this book I didn’t think I would like Nico as he came across as being arrogant and self-centered. I don’t mind admitting how wrong I was! Nico was a sweetheart and oh so patient with Lily, even if it was for ulterior reasons at first. He was so determined not to fall in love and was totally sure he never wanted to get married, again, and then Lily came into his life! I felt sorry for Lily as her upbringing had her feeling unloved and unwanted, it’s no wonder she was so self conscious and insecure. I loved her quirkiness and her antics and excuses had me laughing out loud. All those crazy “sightseeing” stops she just had to make made the book that much more comical and enjoyable. This was really an enjoyable book and Charles Lawrence did not fail to make it that much more so!
The stories of the characters of Clover Park have all been entertaining, thoughtful, and make you feel like you lived in this town.
Both Lily and Nico were great characters. Throughout the story they grew and you felt you "knew" them.
Mr Lawrence did a wonderful job narrating the story and you never doubted who was speaking .
Again, both Nico and Lily . They were at times exasperating, at others sweet, they were human with all their faults and doubts.
I love the Marino/Reynolds family and can't wait to read/listen to more of their stories.
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