One sexy, burned out billionaire. One spitfire graduate. One small island.
Tycoon Connor MacKenzie has it all from the penthouse to the world-dominating corporation. At least that's what everyone believes. Underneath it all, his life is disintegrating faster than a stock market crash.
When Connor's doctor forces him to take it easy and go deep into cottage country for some much needed R&R he lands on an old cottage veranda in Muskoka which lacks the luxuries he’s accustomed to. Maya Summer, a recent business grad, has been waiting for opportunity to come a knockin’ and not only has it arrived on her doorstep, but it’s presented itself in a very sexy package. However, despite Maya's best advances and proposals, Connor's strict new "no-work diet" has them both starving for much more than than just business.
Can Maya convince Connor to let her be his new right-hand business gal while gaining enough income to save her family's cottage? And will Connor, the workaholic, be able to resist her charms, both in and out of the boardroom?
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Maya and Connor
This is the second book in the Summer Sisters series and it continues the tradition with Maya finding her other half. Connor needs a break from his fast paced life and destiny lead him to Maya. The characters in this series are great and the story is fun and keeps you wanting more. It is great to visit the Summer sisters and I look forward to the next book in the series.
This book was excellent. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Great characters and storyline, it was full of romance and laugh out loud moments with a bit of drama thrown in for good measure. I look forward to reading more from this author.
Love and dreams
The second book in the Summer Sisters series, like the first book, is a lovely story with relatable characters, however, because of spelling, grammatical and editing errors, I have downgraded this 2 Stars, I would have preferred to give this 1 Star as I had to pay for this book. I’d love to read more in this Series but am not willing to pay for obvious publishing errors.