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A young girl is kidnapped and held in a cave for a week before her miraculous rescue. For her family, it was a nightmare that they'd like to put behind them. For writer Trisha Maxwell, it's a chance for a major article—and a major bonus. Trisha's tasked with getting close to the family, and while Gary might jump at the chance to invite her into the Vareen family’s inner circle, Raoul has his suspicions about this mysterious reporter.
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- 3 Interesting path for the reporter 3
- JAB 11/19/2018
The hero hates reporters for their invasive questions and lack of sensitivity and shows this hate to the heroine who's a reporter as well. The heroine is the type of woman who has the drive for a good story but respects privacy of the story tellers. However, she's backed into a corner of getting the money to help her brother out of his problems again with going to a house to get the inside scoop on a girl who was recently kidnapped and the fact that there is so little information on her. The heroine goes and finds out that the girl is the little sister to the hero who she met previously. The hero only keeps her around since she is the only one who brings a smile back on the sister's young face. Personally, it was hard to understand what was ticking in the hero's brain because he lustfully pursues the heroine even though he's made abundantly clear that he despises her for her job and the fact that she's the new beau of his younger brother. The heroine gets invited to a party and seems to hold herself well against the snobs. The heroine helps the girl with her PTSD supports the hero in his method of helping his sister face her nightmares. It's quite good. Then the heroine leaves and pays off her brother's debt by selling a precious family heirloom. Later on, she runs into the hero who angered by the heroine leaving without so much as a goodbye. He also gives her the family heirloom as a way of asking her to marry him. She says yes and they live happily ever after.
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