Some heroes aren't born...they're built.
Westley Worthington has it all. Piles of money, good looks, a head for business, and a seemingly limitless supply of women who want to please him. And that's just the way he likes it. Until a brush with death causes him to rethink his priorities, and consider someone besides himself for the first time in his privileged life.
Cordelia Cross has never had it easy. Her duty to her family has her working as an assistant to a man she can’t stand just to pay her sister's medical bills. When her arrogant boss alienates his last true friend, she finds herself promoted from schedule-managing coffee grabber, to the newest member of West’s inner circle.
Tempers, and passions, ignite as the two start spending time together, until a shocking accident puts their newfound attraction on ice. When West is faced with the toughest trial of his life, Cordelia helps him realize that he has all the tools he needs to be a force for justice.
Together, they must turn West into the hero no one ever thought he could be.
It was ok.
There were a couple of typos. The ending was somewhat disappointing, but I must admit that the book was interesting enough that I read the whole thing. However, I did skip a lot of dialogue because i felt it was useless. The genere is more fiction than romance.
This is an interesting cross over from Tarker’s Hollow. It gives us a look into Westley Wortington’s world. Originally, he comes off as self centered. As time goes on we find out there is more to him than meets the eye. It takes a near death experience to put things into perspective for him.