HGTV's Property Brothers meets The Marriage Bargain in this second volume in the Billionaire Builders series, an all-new heart-wrenching and sexy contemporary romance from New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Probst.
When she was a teen, Raven Bella Stratton's father was killed in a horrible car crash. The bigger shock was the discovery of a woman with him—Diana Pierce—and their two fully packed suitcases with airline tickets to Paris. Devastated by her father's betrayal, Raven went to live with her aunt, never truly overcoming the traumatic event. When she discovers that the mysterious woman had a family with a husband and three boys, Raven vows to leave the memory of her father behind.
Until Dalton Pierce visits one night and suddenly her past challenges her future...
Leaving his life in California behind to run Pierce Construction with his two older brothers, Dalton Pierce has enjoyed returning home and studying his passion of woodworking. But when he visits the local bar with his brothers one evening, he's immediately drawn to the smart-mouthed, badass, sexy bartender who sets his body on fire. Unfortunately, she doesn't seem as intrigued by him, and his multiple advances are met with rejection. When he offers to restore the bar back to its original glory, he begins to work with her on a daily basis, and falls harder. His plan of seduction slowly weaves a web around them both, until they are caught up in the spell. But Dalton doesn't know the secret that can either destroy them both...or finally mend two broken hearts.
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by Jennifer Probst
by Jennifer Probst, Emma Chase, Kristen Proby, Melody Anne, Kate Meader
"In the dual narration of this contemporary romance, Madeleine Maby voices the predominately female point of view and Sebastian York, the male. Unknown to Dalton Pierce, he and Raven Stratton share an incident in their past: Her father and his mother were running off to Paris when they died in a car crash. Although Raven wants little to do with Dalton, she needs his help to remodel her bar. York ably handles both the male and female voices, maintaining a good pace. Maby, on the other hand, sounds somewhat forced and wooden with the male dialogue, slowing down the pace. Nonetheless, the listener should be able to get past this and enjoy the romance between Dalton and Raven. S.B. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine"
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