Millionaire Kane Dennison's first mistake had been carrying an injured Willow Nelson inside his home, which, as a rule, was off-limits. Of course, she'd needed his help, but his one kind gesture had her believing he was a nice man. He wasn't.
His second mistake had been surrendering to passion after warning Willow to run away. Because a woman like her deserved better than a one-night stand. She believed in soul mates. He trusted no one - needed no one. And not even Willow was going to change him!
©2006 Susan Mallery (P)2006 Audible, Inc.
This is part two of SM's "millionaire man" series and, though not quite as good as the first book, is a decent continuation of the Nelson girl's saga. I wasn't drawn to the female lead quite as much in this story as I was in the first because her quirkiness sometimes borderlines on irritating, but she was still very likable. I loved the male lead - he was strong and brooding, but when he fell in love he fell head over heals.
I recommend reading the "Substitute Millionaire" first just to set the stage and get a sense of the characters.
TWO thumbs up and download the other 2 Millionaire books by Susan Mallery. Three sisters, three millionaires lend to THREE sexy sweet books. LOVED all three.
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For the price this was a very cute story. I liked the characters and the simplicity of the stories. This is the second of the series.
Live, love, laugh...
Absolutely, the story is short but very well developed. The story is cute and interesting. This was my favorite book in this three book series.
The sweet ending and the narration.
The last one where Kane finally realizes he is in love with Willow.
Yes! I listened to it the same day...
This is a short and sweet story. Also the price is good so it is definitely worth the time and money.
I don't usually review books even when I like them, but I had to for this one. This one could be a movie. I've read several of Mallery's book and this is the best so far. It's so witty and never gets boring or too wordy. I'm really impressed.
I love Susan Mallery -She does an excellent job of combining humor and romance in her books.
Well written and very entertaining sequel. Though the plot is quite predictable, the characters are well developed, engaging, believable and likable. The performance is excellent though the editing could have been better.
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