Molly Abberwick has hired Harry Trevelyan as the consultant for her family foundation. The foundation has been formed to help fund inventors as they are trying to get their inventions from dreams to reality. Harry is a scientist consultant who is an expert in the field. He keeps turning down the applications she brings to him.
Harry Trevelyan realizes he is attracted to Molly and would like a relationship with her. Molly accepts his invitation for a date. When he stops to pick her up he saves her from a death threat. When the second threat occurs he keeps her close.
Harry is also split between his mother's family and his father's family. As Molly spends time with him she sees how both families make demands on him. The more she sees, the more she is attracted. Harry has added one more responsibility to his life, Molly.
This is cute and fun. This is a well crafted romance that is not dumb. Krentz is good at making people sensible as they start a romance. She instead brings in trouble from the outside to challenge the couple. Molly is intelligent. Harry is not overbearing despite his self confidence. His family woes are a good foil for him.
Notice: Explicit sexual content
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