Battling a past that refuses to be forgotten, Rosalie James devotes her life to helping orphans around the world. This was her self-declared, personal mission and she’d be distracted by no man. But when her meddlesome ways cause her to butt heads with wealthy playboy Adam Cazell, Rosalie finds herself struggling desperately against the desire to give in to his lustful gaze and leave everything else behind.
I like this because it a sequel from dark heritage with the adopted sister as the heroine in this novel to the other heroine in dark heritage. The heroine in this novel is a woman who dedicates her life to helping people find happiness, especially orphans because she shares their pain. The hero is a divorcee with a twelve year old. What I like is the hero and the heroine are able to point out the things that they are missing in each other's lives. The heroine points out how the hero needs to spend time with his daughter and the hero points how the heroine needs to find her own happiness because she deserves it. I also liked that throughout the pages the heroine and daughter to quality time together then with the hero as a group. The heroine is a bit of a runner because she doesn't believe that she deserves it and I don't know why. She considers the fact that she is an orphan as a reason to hold back from finding love and having a family and dedicate her to helping others. To me, that breaks my heart because if a person doesn't want to find a partner or make a family because they aren't ready or they just don't want to then fine but when your hold yourself back from reaching those things because you don't deserve it, even though you give so much to others. I did like that the heroine was finally able to go back to the hero of her own will and make the romance really sweet.
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