Rating: 5 Cups
Paige has no idea that the one morning she is running late for work, she will be greeted
by a new boss. She is a great designer, so hopefully he will understand. Even with a
smile on her face, he is not happy. The man is dreamy and handsome, yet when he
opens his mouth and starts his scolding, he is like every other man on the planet. They
should all be drowned at birth. The closer she works with him, she soon finds herself
thinking otherwise. Could this be the one man she could trust with her heart?
Jack has been scorned by women too often. He has no intention of becoming close to
another female. When he meets his designer, Paige, he realizes he is in for a ride. Not
only is she talented but breathtaking as well. Is he willing to gamble with fate and lose
his heart to another woman that could destroy him both emotionally and professionally?
His lips say ‘do not’ but his heart says ‘yes.’
This was an incredible book. I loved the closeness concerning family. When Paige
wanted Jack so bad one night yet was torn in her loyalty in her principles to her
daughter, I praised her. There were many good twists and turns in this book that it was
hard to put down. I loved the way Ms. MacNeil gave the characters, including the
children, depth when it came to learning that even though you have been burnt once, it
does not mean always. The learning process only brings people closer together.
A true old-fashioned love story. Curl up in your chair, even when it’s not a rainy day, and
enjoy the ambiance of the characters in this book. It is a class-A act, Wunderbar! Ms.
MacNeil puts pen to paper allowing the reader to be a part of the story. She hooks the
reader in and does not let go until the last page. You may need a tissue, but I promise
you will not be disappointed with this book.
Reviewer for Karen Find Out About New Books
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance