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Publisher Description

The past is a risky place to visit 

As a top insurance agent in Chicago, Katia Stanislaus isn't just used to pressure; she thrives on it. When she finds out her firm's future is at stake, she's the first to dream up a solution: relocate to Indian Lake and land the town's reclusive millionaire as a client. Austin McCreary might be the sweetheart she left brokenhearted when they were teens, but she can't let her feelings—or his—get in the way of her career. If she can just convince him to listen to her explanation, and her pitch, he'll see this is the deal of a lifetime. But that would involve talking, and he won't even take her calls! How ridiculous. Because this is strictly business…isn't it?

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2015
May 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
368
Pages
PUBLISHER
Harlequin
SELLER
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation
SIZE
664.7
KB

Customer Reviews

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A solid, clean, contemporary romance!

A solid, clean, contemporary romance!

I’m a total sucker for the “long lost love” trope, and this book certainly qualifies! Austin and Katia had history, and I enjoyed reading how well they knew each other and how events of their youth endeared them to each other as adults, even if they didn’t realize it.

Austin had grown into almost a hermit, a recluse, the grouchy workaholic rich guy who rarely socialized with the town. Until Katia came back to town. I liked reading his transformation!

Katia did a lot of floundering between Austin and her job; after all, Austin was a client and she couldn’t mix business and pleasure. This was frustrating at times, and she made herself crazy over it. Fortunately, she finally had that “aha” moment and did something very out of character. No spoilers!

A truly terrifying event at the end really put things into perspective for those two, and they certainly did get their happy ending.

I really liked this story and would be interested in reading more books by Catherine!

(I was given a copy of this book in consideration of my honest thoughts)

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