All reporter Savannah Seabrooke needs is 30 seconds of Dexter Caine's time. Catching up with the elusive billionaire to ask her single question is a challenge, but Savannah is equal to the task - until Dexter turns the tables, holds her hostage, and announces that she's his wife!
This story made me realize how some reporters will go to any length to get a story, and what happens to that story once it’s written. Savannah certainly bit off more than she could chew when dealing with Dexter Caine, however her sense of fair play leads her down the primrose path. This is a formulaic story with a predictable ending. Totally a mind please. Not worth a credit but a feel good story.
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Would you try another book from Leigh Michaels and/or Erin Novotny?
Yes, the book, I believe would have been so much better if the narrator did not sound like she was reading a news report. She had the highs and lows of a reporter and not a good one at that. I kept zoning off but the plot was good.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
SHE WAS BORING!! TERRIBLE!!
Any additional comments?
Don't ever buy a book read by Erin Novotny again!!!! She ruined a pretty good book.
I really hate the reader of this book. The story is like most. I could write it and read it better.