THE BOSS'S DAUGHTER
After her father suffers a heart attack, Amy is the only one who can save her family’s auction house from a financial crisis. The mysterious Dylan Copeland joined the company a year and a half ago as her father’s secretary—he’s a handsome man with deep blue eyes, but he’s rubbed Amy the wrong way from the first day they met. Now they need to work together if they hope to restore the company to its former standing. Can Amy set aside her misgivings long enough to see her mission through?
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- hearts and antiques 3.5 3
- JAB 06/24/2016
This story was okay to read. The heroine comes to help her father with his struggling auction house, just after getting a job at a famous antique magazine. Her reasons, is so that her father can get his business back up and running to pay her mother the alimony. I really didn't understand the father, I can understand that some marriages can go stale for a bit, but there are solutions: at the table talk or marriage counseling. Not serve your wife of 20 or more years divorce papers with a woman in her twenties at his side. The hero and the heroine know each other because the hero is the heroine's father's private secretary. The both of them ram their heads at each other a lot. There are also a lot of challenges in the antique business that was fun to read about: financial trouble, squabbling relatives, and people who have items that are worth millions but they have no idea of their worth. I also found it fascinating to watch how a bed brought our currently divorcing couple back together. The ending was pretty good, but it felt a little fast on the marriage. It was an okay book to read.
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