My family's whiskey empire needs to keep me as CEO. But thanks to my dad's will, to take my place as rightful head of the company, I need to find a wife - if only I could just get my brother Sean's pain-in-the-arse best mate Grace out of my head long enough to focus on finding a decent woman.
The woman maddens me, but she's a longtime friend of the family, so giving her a job as my assistant is the only way I can keep everyone off my back. But the more time I spend with her, the more I find myself looking differently at this girl from my past. Too bad she's decided not to give me the time of day.
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- JM Saenz
Jack or Mr. Darcy?
This book is funny, sexy and quite moving. As the storyline progressed, I kept on seeing Jane Austen's Mr Darcy's traits in Jack Murphy, stoic, a bit arrogant, a little prideful, responsible and quite loving and forgiving of his lady love. It was very endearing.
Elizabeth Klett is one of my all-time favorite narrators. Her performance as always was outstanding. I love the way she can change her voice, accent and tone to match the characters and moods.
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