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Playboy from a very wealthy family meets the interior designer
Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2018
A stand alone read with a HEA. The hero comes from a big wealthy family with dozens of cousins, brothers, sisters, etc. Much like the Kennedy's. The hero is a very well known playboy. He has had more than his share of women and pretty much when every he wanted them from models to movie stars to even a princess. His reputation precedes him. Not only is he rich, he is smart, gorgeous, and charming. At this point in his life he has decided he wants to run for a Senate seat from his home state. He hires a man that is known to get his candidates elected. You can sort of tell from the onset that this guy may be good but he is a sleaze. However, when you have money and you want something you can buy whatever it takes to get you your hearts desire. It sort of shows you how we the public can be persuaded to vote on someone just by being sold a bill of goods.
The heroine is a young woman that comes from a big Italian family. They have been owning and operating bakeries in the area for generations. She is clean as they come. Smart, college educated she owns her own design company. Even though she is starting out she is slowly building her business. She quite literally runs into the hero coming out of her families bakery. He spills coffee all over her blouse, he offers to pay for it but she refuses. She does recognize him but she doesn't let on that she knows who he is. Everyone in the U.S. knows who he is so no secret there.
That is how their story starts. It is a whirlwind love story as he starts to fall for her. Such a golden girl could clean up is playboy image. She could be his ticket to the Senate. All goes well until she finds out the plan. It is a very entertaining read. I enjoyed it and I definitely recommend it. It does get a little sexy from time to time. So if that is a problem, be aware. It wasn't too graphic, just a little bit more than an insinuation. No matter, it is a good read.
I was not paid for this review. i am not a writer nor do I know one. I am not kin to this author. I am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more, nothing less. 2/11/18