This was an OK read. Carter was a likeable guy. Liberty was just a wishy washy woman who didn't know her own mind. She was too contradicting. Annoying actually. Saying one thing very adamantly, but then of course, doing the opposite. Kind of teasing at times as well. Can't help but admire Carter's patience.
Definitely a different spin. The heroine is anti-commitment due to a promiscuous mother. Hero feels similarly at first, but then HE falls in love and spends much of the book trying to pursuade her that marriage CAN work.
Very good bk. One of the few HPs I've read where h/h wait a long time to become intimate. Hero admited he had feelings for the hero first, too. All of this added to the story.
Wonderful light afternoon read. Can easily finish in an afternoon.
summary: Carter is used to getting his own way - he didn't become a billionaire by taking no for an answear! What he wants is Liberty Fox, but she has some serious trust issues! Will he be able to convince her that they were meant to be together for a lifetime?
commentary: this was a sweet story
Carter Blake is used to getting his own wayhe didn't become a billionaire by taking no for an answer! And he has to have shy, virginal Liberty Fox. He'll charm and seduce her into becoming his.
But Liberty is not ripe for Carter's picking. To possess her, Carter is forced to make one final ultimatumhe will have her and hold her in matrimonyif that's what it takes!