THE TYCOON'S CHRISTMAS ENGAGEMENT
Annie Roberts might just be a rising star at the Hasting Corporation, and she doesn’t even work there. When her mom goes off on her honeymoon, Annie’s tasked with taking care of the company Christmas party. Meanwhile, Annie finds herself intrigued by the womanizing Mitchell Reynolds. When he carries her under the mistletoe, will she be able to resist him?
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- hmmm. 3
- JAB 11/26/2016
This story was okay with it's positives and negatives. The first positive is the fact that the hero was a total gentleman to the heroine. The second was the theme of Santa and Mrs. Claus surrounding the hero and heroine. The last positive was how the hero and heroine treated each other's family with such kindness and happiness. Then came three negatives. The first was the age gap between the hero and heroine was about 10 to 14 years apart. This is because the heroine said that the hero was 34 and she was working on her MBA. So the heroine could have to be around the ages of 22 to 26 or so. I do get tired of those huge age gaps from time to time. The second negative is what the heroine said to her stepbrother towards the end of the book, "he does not love me." It's understandable when a young woman has doubts about a particular man when her first impression of him was rather awkward. Now, if we were to back this claim up with the hero's earlier actions that involved trying to by more connected to the heroine, I would be looking at the heroine, saying what? My reason is because the the hero gave her such an obvious hint that he loves through verbal and nonverbal communication like this, "I want you to make the call and I will wait for you,". The hero and heroine are placed in an intimate situation where the hero could have easily taken control and have their clothes off in a matter of seconds. Yet, he gives this control to the heroine because he loves. When it comes to this love between two people, a major factor lies in this love called respect. The hero respects the heroine and wants her to make the decision, so she will be ready with a sound mind. How is that not love. The last thing is what the heroine said after her beautiful confession of love, she states that within the 5-6 months all of this will happen: "I'll move with you to Minnesota, we'll live with your family,we'll get married, I'll get my MBA, and by spring I'll become pregnant." Slow down missy, don't take dating out of the factor. Let love grow through the long midnight coffee talks, hikes through the mountains, and evenings watching documentaries. This young woman is playing hopscotch in her love life with this man and wants to skip the step about dating with this man. I know that the man isn't a spring chicken, but she doesn't have to act like an old hen trying to save her eggs from becoming overdone. Enjoy the dating romance because when marriage and babies come, it becomes a bit hard for couples to do. The ending was good with it's ups and downs.
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