His Life Changed in a Heartbeat.
Disinherited as a teen, Devon Ashby returns home twelve years later as a ruthless CEO, brilliant at negotiating deals, but emotionally stunted. In an instant all he’s struggled to build implodes. Amid the turmoil of saving his company from a hostile takeover, his engagement to a business partner’s high-society daughter hits the rocks. Compounding his troubles, he encounters his high school sweetheart, whose heart he smashed. The vulnerability she awakens leaves him at a greater risk than all the crises he faces.
Her Dream Job May Get Her Killed.
While restoring art in a billionaire’s private gallery, Hannah Moore is unwittingly drawn into the dysfunctional family’s confidences. When she discovers the rich developer behind her and her sick aunt’s eviction is the family’s black-sheep son—the lover she’s never gotten over—her desire turns to fury. Always one to avoid conflict, Hannah must stand up to Devon and the growing menace of someone who thinks she knows too much.
A Decades-Old Secret Turns Deadly.
When a family member is murdered, Devon and Hannah become ensnared in sibling greed, festering jealousy, and a tragic secret that’s divided the family. Amid their reigniting passion they race to expose the killer before they become the next victims in this cat-and-mouse game of survival.
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Fast paced, suspenseful, 2nd chance at love romance
This is the first book I've read by Sarah Andre and I'm so glad I chose this book. The storyline was packed with twists and turns I couldn't stop turning the pages and finished with a great ending. I found myself rooting for Devon and Hannah to find their HEA. I think the author must have done a lot of background research in the field of finance and art restoration as everything read so authentic. Definitely an author I'd read again.
I received a copy of this book from Beach Reads via Lorelei's Lit Lair.
Tall dark and damaged
Great reading the author was able to pull you in with the characters that fit perfectly
I am an avid reader and will read cereal boxes if i have nothing handy to read. To my surprise, this book was so boring that the expectation of continuing it somewhat depressed me. A lack of any action, trite and insipid characters made me call it at chapter 7. Back to cereal boxes?