Saturday, September 13, 2014

Interview with a Tycoon by Cara Colter


The heart of the story…

Kiernan McAllister appears to have it all. One of America's most eligible bachelors, he owns a successful company and has graced many a magazine cover. So why has this devastatingly handsome man retreated to his luxurious hideaway in the mountains?

Enter journalist Stacy Walker! Still smarting from being fired by her ex, she needs a big story to keep her job. Yet after spending time with Kiernan and his adorable nephew, Stacy begins to worry less about getting to the heart of the story…and more about healing the heart of this controlled, commanding man….
Series: Harlequin Romance (Book 4439)

Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Harlequin (September 2, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0373743041

My review: Interview with a Tycoon by Cara Colter


I thought interview with a Tycoon a fun book. The setting for the wedding was different, but surprising I had read a book with another wedding at a different hot springs.

I would love a fire place in any room but a bathroom would be a special treat. II love Kiernan's home.

Kiernan McAllister has been having a hard year after the death of his best friend and brother-in-law. He built his own company up but he has not paid much attention to it.

Stacy Walker is cheerful positive person who has gone through a lot of tough things. She is single, unemployed and wanting to make a difference with a charity she started. I like her a lot.

Max is a cute baby who is driving his Uncle crazy.

When Stacy crashes into Kiernan McAllister's fountain a mix up happens. Kiernan thinks she is the nanny his sister sent him to help take care of her son. Stacy decides to hide who she is till she can leave when the weather clears up. She likes Max.

The setting is up in Whistler Canada away from anywhere to close. A early snow storm has fallen and they are snowed in.

I like the fun Kiernan and Stacy have playing in the snow. Makes you want to go out and build a snowman. Then the truth is found out.
This deals a lot with grieving and survivors guilt. It is a clean read too.

I have only read a couple of Cara Colter's books but want to read more of her work in the future.

I was given this ebook by Net Galley and Harlequin. I agreed to give honest review of it in return.

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