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Melting the Millionaire's Heart

3.44 of 5 stars 3.44  ·  rating details  ·  111 ratings  ·  21 reviews
Special-needs teacher Kayla Johnston writes off any shot at New Year's Eve romance when she's summoned to a fundraising event for her school at the remote estate of a wealthy would-be-donor. But when a massive snowstorm hits and Kayla careens off the road, the sexy stranger who rescues her brings to mind cozy fireplaces and steamy midnight kisses…among other things.

Kindle Edition, 94 pages
Published December 18th 2012 by Entangled (first published December 1st 2012)
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Melting the Millionaire's Heart is a snowed in romance (a trope I love), so even the fact that it took place around New Year's Eve (the holiday I dislike the most) didn't discourage or prejudice me against reading it, and what a good thing this was, because I loved it!

Melting the Millionaire's Heart is a pretty short novella with just 94 pages, so it's a good thing we dive right in the story with the hero and heroine meeting right at the beginning when Kayla, our heroine who is on the road to a
Traci Douglass
MELTING THE MILLIONAIRE’S HEART was a great little novel—sweet, funny and with just the right amount of spice for this heartwarming story. Author Linda Morris masterfully weaves together the story of Special Ed teacher Kayla and wealthy entrepreneur Ryan and their problems with trust and honesty on the path to love. Stranded together over a snowy New Years Eve, both characters reach out to one another in what they believe will be one night of passion. But their passionate tryst turns into a crav ...more
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This is a short read and a perfect way to spend a couple of hours. Kayla, a teacher at a private school that specializes in kids with special needs, is on her way to a fundraising event when she crashes her car into a ditch in the middle of a snowstorm. She gets out and starts walking toward her destination when Ryan Langford pulls up to her rescue. He brings her back to his parents' house and ...well, you know what happens. Afte
Paula  Phillips
If you are in the market for a quick read and one that contains love, romance, sex and the enjoyment of teaching special needs children and the love that comes with it then Melting the Millionaire's Heart is the right read for you. The book starts out on a Winter's Snowy Day where Special needs teacher Kayla is on her way to a school fundraiser being held by a mysterious donor Ryan Langford when she recieves news that causes a car crash. Stranded with no way to get to Langford Manor, Kayla start ...more
Amy Fournier
I have been reading a lot of adult contemporary romance lately and been loving it. This book was no exception. It was fun, sexy, heartbreaking at times, and left a smile on my face! This was a pretty short book, but packed quite a bit of punch. I was wrapped up in the story almost from the very beginning and the characters were fantastic and commanded my love and attention. Even being a short story, it was able to pull my emotions right out of me!

Kayla was a fun character. She is still very bitt
Alyson Reuben
In the last couple of years, I’ve discovered that Linda Morris is an author who can be counted on for an incredibly fantastic read! She certainly didn’t disappoint with Melting a Millionaire’s Heart. I read this smokin’ hot story front to back in just one setting!

Forced to drive through a fierce winter storm, Kayla Johnston careens into a ditch. Not only is her car damaged, she’s stuck in the middle of nowhere, dressed in boots that sure weren’t “made for walking”. Now, she’ll never make it to t
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Melting the Millionaire's Heart is such a sweet, cute story and a perfect quick-read. It is an endearing story of finding love in the most unexpected places. I honestly had a hard time rating this one because I liked it so much but I would have liked more of it. In the end, it was definitely a 3.5-4 star read for me.

Kayla Johnston is a special education teacher at a school that caters so
Jim Cangany
In today's day and age of rampant cynicism, Linda Morris gives us a heartwarming romance that reminds us of the value of selflessness. Kayla Johnston, a teacher of special needs children doesn't want to attend a reception on New Year's Eve to wine and dine an industrialist who is interested in making a large donation to her school. A handsome stranger rescues her when she gets stranded in the snow on the way to the reception. Sparks fly and Kayla and RJ spend a passion filled night bringing in t ...more
I found Melting the Millionaire's Heart to be a quick easy and fun read. I liked Kayla and Ryan from the start of the book and I'm a sucker for snowbound romance so Ms. Morris had me from the start. It's short and easy to read, but not short on content. Kayla and Ryan's relationship develops enough for my taste during the book. I was comfortable with how things happen and boy did they heat things up. There is a conflict that has to be resolved that felt real and I like how it resolves in the end ...more
Kristi (Books and Needlepoint)
For some reason I was irritated when I first started reading this book. I don't know whether it was that Ryan was lying about who he was - or at the very least omitting information, or that Kayla was being so cavalier about a possible one-night stand. However, I did warm up to the book, or really novella, as it is only 92 pages long.

Ryan admits who he is the next morning, and as can be expected, Kayla is furious. She is fearful that she has blown any chance for her school to receive the funds
Pretty Sassy Cool
3 stars.

I love Entangled publishing and have been reading everything that I can get my hands on, so when they approached us about taking part in the Blog Tour for Melting the Millionaire's Heart , I was all over it.

This is a short read and a perfect way to spend a couple of hours. Kayla, a teacher at a private school that specializes in kids with special needs, is on her way to a fundraising event when she crashes her car into a ditch in the middle of a snowstorm. She gets out and starts walkin
This post can also be found on my blog.

One of my favorite tropes – rich guy hide his true identity to be liked for who he is and not how much money he has.

Kayla Johnston is a teacher at Horizons, a private school for special needs children. Like most private schools, there’s a need for generous donations to help pay for extra staff, equipment and general services. By decree of her boss who wants to lighten the pockets of wealthy businessman, Ryan Langford, the entire staff of Horizons is expecte
Aislynn (Stitch Read Cook)
Kayla is far from thrilled to have to go to yet another party to fundraise for her school. She’d much rather leave that to the public relations department and the school administrator, but no, she has be summoned.

While on route – during snowstorm; Kayla ends up in the ditch. She decides to walk the remaining distance to the estate where the party is being held. Unfortunately, she doesn’t know she’s walking entirely the wrong direction!

Kayla is rescued by a sexy, handsome stranger who offers her
I’ve read some pretty decent contemporary romance novels lately, and Melting the Millionaire’s Heart by Linda Morris is no exception. It was a very short but sweet read, with an interesting premise and a likeable heroine and hero in Kayla and Ryan.

What I enjoyed most about this story was getting to know Kayla and Ryan and watching them grow as characters both individually and together. Kayla Johnston is smart and compassionate. She can also be very judgmental, particularly when it comes to Ryan
Special-Needs teacher Kayla Johnston had a number of reasons she didn’t want to attend the New Year’s Eve benefit hosted by entrepreneur Ryan Langford, most certainly she hadn’t added a snowstorm and car wreck to her list. Rescued by a stranger, Kayla doesn’t know if the night will get better or worse especially when she realizes the attraction she feels is mutual.

Ryan is used to being used by people who think they can gain access to his money. When he helps Kayla he doesn’t know if she is anoth
For the character

The chemistry between character is very good.

RY is so nice. He is caring & romantic type of hero .
The way he took care of Kayla is very sweet .
His way to talk about his family is very nice.
And I can even picture how lovely family he has.

Kayla Something about her make me feel bad
I don't like the way she talked about him (when she didn't know his true identity)
I don't even understand how she could judge him when she's not even know him.
But if not mention that , Kayla is very
2.5 stars.

Couldn't really connect with the characters in this one. It also felt kinda rushed, particularly in the end.
Crystal ♥ RBtWBC
A quick and cute read! You can see Shannon's 5-Wine-Glass Review of this book at Reading Between the Wines .
Megan Gartin
Well, this book was a disappointment. I didn't realize that it was 94 pages. It had a good start, but when you got further along in the book you wish more would happen.
A lovely short, sweet and satisfying weekend read.
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