As the oldest of the ten Abbott siblings, Hunter prides himself on his ability to solve other people s problems, but now he has a problem of his own how to convince the woman of his dreams that his love is for keeps. Read more...
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As the oldest of the ten Abbott siblings, Hunter prides himself on his ability to solve other people s problems, but now he has a problem of his own how to convince the woman of his dreams that his love is for keeps.
As the chief financial officer, Hunter Abbott manages the family s various business interests while fixing things for the people he loves.But the one thing he can t fix is his undeniable attraction to Megan Kane. Instead, Hunter is prepared to do whatever it takes to show Megan that he s the man for her.
Megan s sister rocks her with the news that she and her husband are moving overseas, leaving Megan truly alone. With her sister and her job at the diner going away, Megan finds herself leaning on the sexy, button-down accountant who isn t afraid to lay it all on the line for her. But Megan has watched too many people she loves leave her. Can she risk her heart on Hunter?
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Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-01-26
- Reviewer: Staff
Force’s lugubrious fourth contemporary set in Green Mountain, Vt. (after I Saw Her Standing There) finds a match for the oldest of the 10 Abbott siblings. Megan Kane’s sister, who owns the diner where Megan works, abruptly moves overseas, leaving her both jobless and alone for the first time since their parents’ death. Accountant Hunter Abbott seizes the opportunity to offer Megan assistance and support, even though she’s only ever showed interest in his younger brother Will. The Abbotts are surprised by Hunter’s persistence, but Hunter knows that Megan’s tough exterior protects a tender heart, and if he can push past her boundaries, he’ll win her love. The best part of Megan and Hunter’s story is when they get out of Green Mountain to visit a nearby pub. Otherwise, the slow-paced story feels a bit claustrophobic, stuck in the tiny town. Agent: Kevan Lyon, Marsal Lyon Literary Agency. (Mar.)