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May Flowers really do bring joy
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2018
Hot, hot, hot!!!!!! Unlike the weather this month in Baltimore, “May Flowers” is steamy hot. And in an irony, the lead female’s name is May Flowers. And this time around, we have Lochlan Collins in the Wilder clan to tame.
Lochlan is a big alpha male used to getting his own way. He is not happy with change so when his administrative assistant finally follows through on her threat to retire, Lochlan doesn’t believe she will actually do it. He thinks that if he gives her a pay increase or an extra vacation, she will stay. So when he comes back from a trip to London to discover that she has actually already hired her replacement and that her replacement is closer in age to him, he is shocked.
May is a very qualified administrative assistant and wants to prove to Lochlan that she can do the job. She needs the extra money the job provides to help take care of her mother and two nieces who she has custody of. She is willing to work whatever hours she needs to prove that she can do the job. But she remains closed mouth about her personal life so Lochlan has no clue.
The one thing that Lochlan does know about his new assistant is that she is a submissive or so he believes. And that she is amazing at her job. Lochlan is so enchanted with May that he begins to wonder what would happen if he could get her into his bed.
And here is where things start to get steamy. Can May and Lochlan find a way to admit that they are both attracted to each other? And can May learn to trust Lochan?
I really do love Mari Carr’s books because the characters are so well developed and the plot lines are fantastic. The continuation of the characters in this series are what engage you as a reader. You get to know the family and they all manage to wiggle into each other’s stories.
I did receive a copy of this novel from the author in exchange for a fair and unbiased review. I love it when I have the chance to read a novel before it comes out like this.