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Tycoon's Temptation (The Chatsfield #5)

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When the black sheep doesn't get his way!

Franco Chatsfield never lived by his family's rules, and he isn't going to start now. But The Chatsfield's new CEO needs Franco to secure a partnership, and he can't say no. He'll seal the deal and leave. But one woman stands in his way...

Holly Purman has devoted her life to her family's vineyard, and she won't risk it all for a Cha
Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 19th 2014 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 2014)
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Franco Chatsfield must secure a deal but for Holly her family's vineyard is the most important thing in her life and she won't risk it by making business with a notorious Chatsfield. But when they end up working together Holly discovers the man behind the mask and the sad secret he is carrying.

I enjoyed this book. The story was slow sometimes and heroine was too snarky and petulant at first but the second half of the book won me over. Franco was a wonderful romantic hero, the love scenes were s
Hurt sometimes just refuses to go away. You can through yourself into your work, you can get drunk and laugh and try to forget, you can do just about anything but the hurt will always be there. Sneaking up on you in the dead of night or hitting you with the first rays of sunlight.

In this read, the fifth book in the new Mills and Boon series, we meet Holly Purman and Franco Chatsfield.
Holly has devoted her life to her family's vineyard and there is no way and no how she is going to risk losing
Franco Chatsfield and Holly Purman's story. Franco goes to the vineyard thinking that he can show up and flash a smile then get what he wants.....playing by his families rules and securing the vineyard to supply the Chatsfield Hotel's wine, and spirits. Holly is a no holds barred kind of woman. She doesn't give in to his charms. Reluctantly she gives in to her Grandfather that Franco works the fields, since they are short on help, in exchange that she changes her mind at the end of 6 weeks.

I was all prepared to dislike this on first impression given the forgettable, emotionless cover and trite title. I have to admit that I’m prejudiced against the Presents/Modern imprint line which seems to me to be very repetitious minor variations on 'rich and powerful man with a dark past conquers innocent nubile young maiden' but Morey is having none of that, and from Holly's first conversation with Franco and she immediately starts goading him with comments like, ‘They were all out of Maserat ...more
Franco Chatsfield needs to secure a deal with Purman Wines or risk being cut off from his trust fund. He offers a ridiculous amount of money with fair terms but is shocked when Holly Purman rejects the deal. Holly hates Franco's rich entitlement and the idea of Purman Wines' reputation getting entangled with the scandalous misadventures of the Chatsfields. Franco only has six weeks to convince Holly to change her mind. This is the fifth book in The Chatsfield continuity series, it can also be re ...more
I liked this one.
underwhelming and didn't like the heroine or her judgemental attitude towards the hero when he was a stranger. Didn't care that the hero wasn't wealthy on his own as he was controlled by a trustee of his family's business.
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"Morey’s poignant romance stars a once-burnt vintner heroine and a complicated, enigmatic hero. The rural-to-urban landscapes amaze, the winemaking facts elucidate and perfectly placed humor entertains" (RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars).

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