Your date with Bachelor #3 includes champagne and chocolate in the limo that collects you, a helicopter tour of Marietta and the surrounding mountains and valleys, and dinner at a five star restaurant in Great Falls. While oil baron Linc Brady wines and dines you, a main service will completely clean your home.
Who could resist this tempting offer, but Meg Canon plans to do just that. She is only home to clean out her childhood bedroom for her brother’s new step-daughter and then she’s outta her childhood small town and back to her life in Chicago, but when she meets the sexy, renegade millionaire while she’s stuck in the snow, sparks fly and Meg is tempted to maybe stay a little longer.
Linc Brady is new in town and happy to help a kid in need, but this? Technically he doesn’t owe Meg a damned thing after she bids on him, after setting him up for the Marietta bachelor auction in the first place, but her high-class city polish is his fatal weakness and makes her impossible to forget. When she agrees to come home with him, he makes it clear he’s a confirmed bachelor. This is a one-night thing. One night that turns into nine months and maybe a lifetime…?
There were no surprises as the story moved on, but still enjoyable, sweet read.
Both Linc and Meg are charismatic and charming, easy to like and relate to. The depth of the their characters was a delight. The insight and respect of Linc towards women, as a son of a single mom, was endearing. Meg has her insecurities, caused by the adoption, often feeling an outsider, taking rejection easily and hard.
The stalker in Meg's life made her even more vulnerable, it could have been played out more, but maybe that point in the storyline was just meant to make her want to go back to home in Montana even more. And as such, it served its purpose.
Even though everything happens just as anticipated, it still is touching, heartwarming story, with some old friends from the previous books from Marietta, Montana, and compassionate, endearing love story that was a joy to read
~ Three Spoons
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