Release Date: 9 September 2013
Mason Christian has twelve weeks to flip something old into something new for his Japanese client, and then he’s getting the hell out of Footsteps Bay, New Zealand. Not even his temporary cook and secretary—the feisty, luscious Billie McLeod—will deter him. There’s no denying she makes him feel alive. More alive than he’s felt in three years...
Billie has one dream: save enough money to go to college. That’s why she’s agreed to work for hard ass, all-business-no-pleasure Mason Christian—a man who has every intention of destroying through "modernization" the town’s most cherished historical home. But before she can say see ya, she realizes she’s signed the dotted line and is contractually bound for eighty-four days. Working with male perfection every day is awesome with a capital A—as long as they can stick to a hands-off policy that gets harder every day…
My Opinion 3 STARS
**ARC Provided by Netgalley and Entangled Publishing, LLC for an honest review**
This book is better than her first and is more believable, although there are quite a few obvious spelling mistakes.
Billie, although quite sweet basically bulldozes into Mason forcing her way into his personal life which did annoy me. ( I dislike pushy women).
Mason did not act as tortured as I expected him to be, he was just a little closed off.
The ending was sweet however and didn't feel too rushed.
The book was sweet in places and in others did annoy me and showed that both had a heart, they just have different ways of going about things.
Not a bad light-hearted read.