Somebody is out to destroy Elle Simpson and everything in her life. Elle has always depended on family to make her business run strong, but long work hours have left her without much of a private life. Just as Elle thinks she has met the potential man of her dreams, she also discovers an imposter determined to destroy her business and life. Can she trust this "Prince Charming" to help her defend everything she holds dear, or will she only leave herself vulnerable at the worst possible time?
Drake Charles’s work in the fast-growing mobile technology field made him a wealthy, powerful man. But he quickly sheds the fame and publicity for a more private life that earns him the label as a man of mystery. Drake adds to that mystery every year when he hosts a masquerade ball for charity. It’s also his best chance to find the one thing he really wants . . . true love.
Having met behind masks of anonymity, Elle and Drake enjoy a whirlwind night of romance that leaves them both wanting more. Elle's heart tells her to trust Drake, but years of fighting off business foes has taught her that anyone could be a potential threat. Will this new romance give them both a fairy tale ending, or spiral into a nightmare for the whole Simpson family?
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Not nearly as good as the Bluegrass series. However, I did purchase the rest of the series. I'm reading Destined for Power now. The books do get better as the series progresses.
Not her usual work
I really enjoyed the authors other series (lawyer, the model, the town), this book was a bit of torture to get through.
Unbelievable true love, the back story was extremely unrealistic, it was almost not needed. Story line and plot ideas were repeated more then once, to the point where I thought I was rereading the same page over and over again.
Future books to come....check.
Did I download it.....check.
Will I purchase more from this series....definitely not.
I only finished this book because I loved the authors other books and wanted to give this one a chance. It never got better. Terrible book, nothing at all charming about it.