Presley and Nathaniel have hated each other for years. He’s a knowitall mentored by her father. She is a spoiled princess who doesn’t appreciate it when her father takes Nathaniel on as a new owner/investor to the family business. They have to learn to work together, without driving each other crazy, while also negotiating Presley’s divorce, her father’s illness, and all the stresses of running a successful business.
I enjoyed the banter between the two as the relationship moved from hate to love. The chemistry between them was evident, and I enjoyed the plot and secondary characters. My main issue with this book is that I just could not stand Presley. She went from a rich family to marrying a rich man to be handed a great job at her dad’s company, and didn’t appreciate any of it. She was a spoiled princess throughout as Nathaniel correctly pointed out. I still liked the book, Nathaniel especially, I just couldn’t get over my dislike of her. If that sort of thing doesn’t bother you, then I definitely recommend the book because aside from her attitude, I enjoyed everything else about it. 3/5 stars
Release Date: 1/12/2019
Kindle Unlimited: Yes