The Last Groom On Earth
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The Last Groom On Earth
The two clash every time they meet, yet they’re irresistibly drawn to each other.
Bryce Richards is a brilliant auditor, so when his mentor’s daughter, Angela, is facing business problems, he is asked to help. At first he’s reluctant to go because Angela used to play nasty tricks on him when they were young. But he is surprised to find her grown into a gorgeous redheaded beauty. Angela is furious at her mother for sending Bryce to help her. As a child, Angela was jealous of Bryce because he was her mother’s favorite student while she was hopeless at school. But the Bryce she meets twelve years later is stunningly handsome. Still, Angela cannot bring herself to face her own feelings…
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It is a dramatic story full of misunderstandings and clashes which kept me reading it and I really enjoy the the sweet sparkle between the hero and the heroine .
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- okay 3
- JAB 03/18/2019 1 people found the following review helpful
So, the story has a young college student who takes the nasty pranks of the little kid heroine with a silent manner because she's the child of his beloved professor(heroine's mother) who helped in a way that nobody ever has before. They only come together when the hero's professor calls him up and asks him to help her daughter whose company is being an investigated by the IRS. Not more than thirty seconds of meeting each other that the heroine goes off the handle with the insults and the hero with the negative remarks. The heroine foolishly rejects his offer of free consultation in order to solve why a great company of games is being investigated by the government. That is until her fellow partner makes her see how foolish her behavior is. She goes back to the hero, apologizes, and asks him for help. The olive branch starts up communication where the hero and heroine finally start learning more about each other. the heroine learns the hero's horrible background to the point where he was starving himself to feed his family and considered dropping out of school to provide but her mother helped him. I was glad to see her realize how her actions and words were unfair. The hero also learns the heroine's past actions were because she was afraid of being replaced by him since she was having a hard with being different from her family. The two become closer and more intimate and it goes well till the hero brings up his suspicions of the culprit behind the smuggling of money being one of the heroine's friends/coworkers. The heroine flies off enraged by his words and it goes badly. When she goes to see the friend, she finds out it was the other friend. He tries to silence the heroine but the hero silences him with a one round punch. After the friend is taken away, the heroine and hero apologize to each other and decide to get married. It was an alright story but nothing I was big on.
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