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bound to a family heritage Sometimes there is no way out to a family heritage Sometimes there is no way out under that particular burden which duty bound to a family heritage Sometimes there is no way out from under that particular burden which what she discovers eventually Why postpone the inevitable Might ust be better to go with the natural flow and order of her talent and instinctsA freedom craving adventurer and a free spirited artist should be halfway compatible right Perhaps the element of independence in both of them is what creates all the trouble between them when they first meetInstead of the usual uncontrollable passion and role in the hay Harrington has focused on the emotional connection between Toni and Scott How they gain an understanding of each other and what is important to them as individuals This is especially apparent in one of the last scenes in the boardroomThis is a romance with an emphasis on the relationship above the sheets as opposed to in the bedroom I received a copy of this book courtesy of Harleuin UK and Mills Boon. Down But suddenly Toni's not sure if it's determination that's got her pulse racingor something altogether less appropriate Trouble is this battle of wills is not so much hard workit's a lot like fun.
Free download à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Nina HarringtonToni and Scott are saving their family legacy and
IN DOING SO IT BRINGS THEM TOGETHER AND THEYdoing so it brings them together and they a great connection with each other and balance each other out and by the last chapters they realise they are in love and will do anything to be with one another Nice little story The hero has been in Alaska when he s called home to tend to the family business The heroine has been hired to paint the CEO s portrait except he s had a heart attack and the new guy he s had a heart attack and the new guy t want to be painted There s a lot of issues for the artist and the CEO a lot of them to do with being the last of their respective family members in the failing family businesses I liked it Not sure what was wrong with this but it Leggiamo l'ora. Gioco e imparo. Ediz. a colori just wasn t my favourite It felt very unfinished and the ending was a rushob I feel like the title didn t fit the book I m not sure what would have thoughAnyway It was a great book I enjoyed the chemistry and friendship between Toni and Scott I had one issue with the book and it wa. Enemies make the best lovers Scott Elstrom craves freedom adventure and explorationso leaving the wilds of Alaska behind to save the family company isn't top on his list of priorities And getting the. S the ending It was over the top I think it could have been toned down a bit and still been a happy ending I think it could have been toned down a bit and still been a happy ending people trying to keep their family legacy alive Scott and Toni are supposed to work together to bring about a final business wish for his father Scott is supposed to let Toni paint his portrait But he doesn t want his picture on the family wall He s only back because his father is ill Soon he realizes that Toni is starting to mean
to him that ust a casual fling that he tries to talk herhim that ust a casual fling that he tries to talk her toToni realizes that for a long time she s been hiding behind other peoples talent Now it s time to step up to the plate and take the credit where credit is due A freedom craving adventurer and a free spirited artist should be halfway compatible right Perhaps the element of independence in both of them is what creates all the trouble between them when they first meetHarrington gives the character of Toni a refreshing sense of artistic flair and temperament Her carefree and col. Traditional CEO portrait painted by one feisty uirky sexy fireball Not in a million years Antonia Baldoni needs this commission Just because the new boss won't play along it doesn't mean she'll back.