They were at odds─at work and in love
Daniel Bruneille, head of the Sentinels foreign affairs desk, was the most insufferable man Roz Amery had ever met. He was arrogant and opinionated, and to make matters worse, he was her boss.
So why did the fiery foreign correspondent find herself attracted to Daniel? And why had their clashes become as legendary among their colleagues at the London daily as the battles between Nick Caspian and Gina Tyrrell?
Roz knew that Nick and Ginas was continued because Nick wanted control of Barbary Wharf and the Sentinel. Dare she hope that Daniel simply wanted control of her heart?
Barbary Wharf is home to more than a newspaper. Its home to a group of men and women whose careers─and passions─are intertwined.
This book was pretty good, but then again, I found all the Barbary Wharf books very interesting. This particular book revolves around Roz Amery, Gina Tyrell's best friend. Although some parts to the book focus more on Gina and Nick Caspian (Barbary Wharf's two main caracters), the passion Roz and Daniel Bruneille feel for one another cannot be diminished. Good book!
Again, it was 15 years since I have read these books, but I kept them because they were good.