Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Million-Dollar Maverick by Christine Rimmer
Finding true love: priceless
RUST CREEK RAMBLINGS
People say that the odds of finding your perfect partner are rather like the odds of hitting the lottery: slim to none. It's hard to believe, faithful readers, but Nate Crawford may just have accomplished both. We have the scoop on Rust Creek Falls' best-kept secret: our former mayoral candidate is now a very wealthy man! Yet he is going out of his way to make sure no one finds out. The question is, why?
Insiders whisper that Nate is also keeping another secret from his new girlfriend, nurse Callie Kennedy—a big one—and it could be a game changer. Place your bets, dear readers! What will she do when she learns her "regular guy" boyfriend is really a maverick millionaire?
Series: Harlequin Special Edition\Montana Mavericks: Rust Creek Cowboys (Book 2341)
Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Harlequin; Special edition (June 17, 2014)
Review: Description: Million-Dollar Maverick by Christine Rimmer
Wow I really like Nate now. Changed my opinion on Nate just like he changed a lot of people in Rust Creek. I was surprised how Christine made Nate change and how believable it is. We learn more about Nate's past and the struggle he has made this past year. It was not easy for Nate to make the changes and it shows.
Callie Kennedy is a nurse who moved into Rust Creek. Nate rescued her first day almost to Rust Creek. Nate does not believe she will stay after her first winter in Rust Creek. Callie has made friends in Rust Creek and it is what she has wanted to have for a long time.
There are a lot of old friends from previous books who make a appearance in Million-Dollar Maverick. It is fun to get to see them and what they are up to now.
Nate is hiding that he won a fortune from lottery win. He is helping those in Rust creek through a trust so no one will know. Even his family doesn't know. He has told them that some investments have really done well. Nate is helping because he can. He is keeping it a secret so people can accept without thinking they owe him anything.
That has always been a fantasy of mine to have loads of money that you can help people in secret and make a big difference.
I really like the plot, characters and setting. Did not like all the love scenes. I admit that I skipped over them.
I was given this ebook to read and in return agree to give honest review of it by Netgalley and Harlequin.