Monday, July 9, 2018


In this second of the Kingman Brothers series, Aiden Kingman is reunited with the woman he mistakenly wronged seven years ago...and this time around, he’s determined to make things right.

Seven years ago, Aiden Kingman had to choose between betraying Delanie Clark and her father or staying loyal to his father’s company. He chose his father—losing Delanie in the process—and he’s regretted it ever since. Now as CEO and partner in Kingman Partners International, he needs to finalize buying a retreat property, but there’s one major hold up: Delanie is the contract negotiator for the owner, and she doesn’t trust him.

Delanie and her father lost everything when Aiden’s father lied about his intentions for buying her family’s mountain retreat. She swore that she would never have anything to do with Aiden Kingman again. But now she’s facing him across the negotiating table, and sparks that had previously been stamped out reignite between them. When tragedy places the deal on the line, will they put their history behind them? Or will the deal cost them both their second chance at love?  AMAZON 3.5 Stars

There are good main characters in this book.  One main difference between Aiden and Delanie is their upbringing with their fathers.  Delanie had a loving, supportive father.  He was always looking out for her without being controlling. He had to be both mother AND father to her.  Aiden had one nasty, controlling father who didn't care who got hurt as long as he got his way.  Not only was he dishonorable in business, he didn't care if he hurt his sons as long as things turned out the way he wanted. 

This book is full of emotion because of the past and current dealings.  Even though it's been about 7 years, Delanie and Aiden never really got over each other.  
There were several other secondary people in the story but we really didn't seem to get too deep into them.  King is one of those being Aiden's brother.  And King's girlfriend and also his mother show up in the story as well.  But again more in a nominal way.  

I liked how things came to a head towards the end and that there was a H.E.A. for the couple.  It was also an interesting way that Aiden came up with some solutions to their long-term future. 
By the way, isn't that a lovely cover for this eBook?

I received an Arc of this book via Netgalley and this is my honest opinion of it. 

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