Red roses are a symbol of love—and Matt figures he shouldn’t be allowed near them ever again. But as the young billionaire accompanies his mother to a health farm, he finds he can't take his eyes off of the female guest who looks so very out of place in the dull countryside. Her plain-Jane clothes seem chosen specifically to hide her dazzling beauty…and her defiant, no-nonsense attitude. She's the exact opposite of the women who usually flock to him for his money, and he falls for her hardand fast. But behind her distrust of men, there are deep emotional wounds that won’t be easily healed...
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This is the first time I've reviewed anything from harlequin. I love the story and how the guy is a good guy (as opposed to the cocky, rude billionaire with mysoginistic views in so many other harlequin). the characters run deep and adresses an important phase of life (pregnancy and miscarriage) in a very realistic way. seriously never read a harlequin that makes me think abt life this much. love it!
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