Stephen Maxfield has the chance to save the business his father built, and only one woman stands in his way.
With Duncan Enterprises crumbling, Stephen Maxfield knows that a lucrative building contract could be the ticket to saving the family company. He's always been regarded as the unpredictable brother, and this time is no different. He's prepared to do what he thinks is right - even if it means ousting his own father. Stephen faces another obstacle, however, in the form of Angelia Lopez, the gorgeous Duncan VP with her own plans to save the company.
Angie Lopez has been groomed as Duncan's successor, and she's convinced that selling off pieces of the company is the way to save it. She's busy making deals to break apart the business, while hoping that it brings together the Maxfield family. But when she comes up against Stephen Maxfield - all six feet eight inches of him - she'll have to work harder than ever to keep her focus. Angie's been burned by men in the past, and Stephen sets her aflame.
Stephen has no time for romance, and Angie is on a dating time-out. But if the two can see beyond their business plans, they just may find they're the perfect match.
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This is the first book in a series about 3 brothers who have a difficult relationship with their father and sometimes each other. In this first book, there is a lot of behind the scenes trickery going on and a lot of bad feelings because of it. The only outsider is the girl the Father of the 3 sons has taken on to groom as CEO of the company. That alone must put the cat among the pigeons in my view. I was surprised there was not more trouble because of that decision. I was also surprised that the oldest brother fell in love with her despite that fact. But there had to be a romantic interest didn't there? Overall I liked the book but could not give it a 5 because quite a few things just did not jell with me. I am sure that as the series continues that will improve. It almost always does go that way in a series. I will hold over judgment till I have finished all the books. Please do not let me put you off because it is a good book and well worth listening to. I just have given you my personal opinion on certain points that bothered me.
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