In her hundredth book, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Brenda Jackson blends heated sensuality and drama into a dazzling new novel featuring one of her most unforgettable Madaris heroes yet.
One by one, Madaris' men have surrendered to the matchmaking schemes of Felicia Laverne Madaris, matriarch of the family. But Lee Madaris isn't letting anyone else control his destiny. He'll bring a bride of his own choosing to the family's holiday gathering - if his hotel's gorgeous new chef will agree to a marriage of convenience.
It's not just the chance to work at the Strip's hottest hotel that brought Carly Briggs to Vegas. Witnessing a crime in Miami may have made her a mob target. Though she's reluctant to complicate their working relationship, Lee's tempting offer is so hard to resist. And soon, desire is clouding their no-strings arrangement.
The danger that made Carly flee Miami is about to land at their door. So Carly and Lee must decide who to trust, when to let go - and whether a love they never anticipated is strong enough to pass the ultimate test.
©2013 Brenda Jackson (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
of course! this was a great listen. you have it all in this book!
when lee thought he out smarted his grand ma
i did listen to it in on sitting, i had to know what was going on
I love this book, Grand Mother Luverne is the best. The Madrises! Love this family!
I read this over and over periodically since it was first published. All of the Madaris series are worth ordering on Audible, however.
Pete Ohms is THE BEST narrator of all time!!!!
The story was a good bad great type. A loner & a well to do getting together and having a grand time with each other with no outsiders trying to break them up. Showing how all walks of life can be tougher & enjoy each other.
Loved it. The love story was so beautiful. Carley mother and step father , so horrible. I liked that when the truth came out, Mrs. Jackson did not have them separated and mad with days apart
I'm a huge fan of Audible. As a school librarian, I've found that it passes my days and nights.
Like many other books by Brenda Jackson, I thought this one was well written. At times it was a bit unrealistic, but aren't most love stories??? Overall, the book is worth your time. I just wished that a different person would narrate. Not a big fan of Pete.
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