The Millionaire’s Deception by Wendy Byrne

The Millionaire's Deception - Wendy Byrne


He always wins. And she never gives up…
Rafe McCall has a reputation as the Closer. He rakes in serious cash to make deals happen. Convincing small restaurant owner Frankie Ritacco to sell his business for property development should have been a piece of cake. So Rafe blows into Wilcox, Iowa on his Harley, convinced the deal is all but done. But he is so, so wrong…
For starters, “Frankie” is a woman. A stunning, stubborn woman who wants to preserve her idyllic small town. The Crossroads Café is a family legacy Frankie plans to leave to her future children, and there is no way she’s selling—even to a sexy millionaire who makes her heart race. But her café is in serious trouble, and Rafe must decide if he can close the deal…or if he’s found the deal breaker of a lifetime.



My thoughts:

I somewhat struggled with this book, or rather the characters in the book. The story was really enjoyable when it didn't come to how them lusting after each other or how he really shouldn't be doing this and how this or that was something new to him. I really enjoyed the background story, broken home , loss and so on but when it came to each other I really didn't care for it that much, it just seemed a little over the top sometimes.


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