I loved reading more of Marissa and Butch. It was such a good story.
Paradise and Craeg was a good one as well. I love that he ended up being an aristocrat in the end. 😀
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My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I loved the story! It’s one of the few of the series that will work as a stand-alone. At first, I wasn’t even sure it was part of the series. I’ll admit I didn’t recognize Zane, Chase, or Maya at all, LOL. I kept reading Phoebe and thinking of another story, at the beginning.
I loved the book though. I refused to get out of bed this morning until I’d finished it. I woke up in the middle of the night a few times to read more. So should have gotten sleep but I loved it too much to stop reading!
Will Franconi has a dark past that he’s kept a closely guarded secret?very few people have ever heard his real story and he plans to keep it that way. After surviving a hellish childhood, he’s now living the dream life where everything he touches turns to gold. But something’s missing. He doesn’t quite know what until a simple letter from a teenage boy brings Harper Newman into his life. A woman who just might fill up the empty places inside him…if only he could ever be worthy of her love.
When a man has more money than he could possibly spend in five lifetimes, Harper has to ask herself what Will Franconi could possibly want from a woman like her? She’s learned the hard way that rich men always get what they want no matter the cost. If it was just herself she had to worry about, Harper would manage, but she’s guardian to her younger brother who depends on her for everything. After nearly losing his life in a car crash, she’s vowed never to let anyone hurt him ever again.