This has lots of love scenes for a lot of the book. Which is not really a surprise since its a Harlequin blaze book.
The four Quin brothers were left with thier grandparents while thier parents went on vacation and died. So their grandfather raised them and took them into his business. Now all four Brothers are in charge of different areas of the company. When thier grandfather called a meeting. He gave each of his grandkid a 100.00, a bus ticket and a company credit card. He wanted them to go away and get a job for 6 weeks then come back and decide if they really do want to be in the yacht building business.
Dermot had a two day bus ride from Seattle to Wisconsin and found out the credit card was cancelled.
Dermot was in charge of sells of the yachts and traveled to sell the boats. He will miss his brothers they even agreed to leave thier cell phones behind with them at home.
Rachel Howe has come back to live and work the goat farm her father left to his family. He made her the one to decide what will happen to the farm. She is the youngest child but really was raised by herself she even has a couple of nieces older than her. She has been at the farm for almost a year and feels lonely and worn out. Her brother & sister want her to sell the farm now. Her only help on the farm is her Uncle that has lived thier is whole life.
When Dermot sees her help wanted sign and told that she was probably still in down at the feed lot store. He asks for work and says he will work hard for room and board and small wage.
Rachel takes a chance on him and brings him home. Dermot works hard and kisses her and she has been lonely and says she wanted the kiss. They spent that night having sex right off the bat
Dermot is a hard worker and when the story is not about them desiring each other it is good and I like it I just read the dialog on the sex scenes akimmed those scenes.
They are both worried how they will fit together after the six weeks because of family businesses.
I was given this ebook to read in exchange for honest review from Netgalley.
7/24/2012 PUB Harlequin Blaze 224 pages