Trouble in High Heels
After Lori Granger's father died, one way she consoled herself was in philanthropy. She was rich; she could afford it. But her father didn't trust her not to have inherited her mother's wild ways and put some constraints on her. A new will has come to light. She can't inherit most of the money until she is 30. Until then she is on an allowance. Unfortunately, at 24, she has already given away most of her allowance. Now she has to curb her spending.
Jackson James is the accountant who is assigned her account to manage. He has to work with the young woman who has sweetly gotten her way for years. He has to ignore that appealing look she can get and be the hard guy.
Lori knows how lucky she is. Her free-spirited mother had three other children and none of her half-siblings had rich fathers like hers. Each was different and none had given the life Lori received from her father. Even so, she is annoyed that he still doesn't trust her to care for herself. There is a clause in the will that would release her trust fund earlier - marriage. But that means giving herself into another man's hands. Unless...
Trouble in High Heels is a cute, sweet romance with enough spice to entertain the 21st century reader. Jackson is sure he will be dealing with a spoiled darling. He quickly learns she isn't that. She is very giving and level but has never had to be concerned with money. She is not upset so much for herself over the allowance but for the fact that there are worthy charities that she now can't help the way they need. Jackson points out that not all her charities are worthwhile. Also, she gives more than she should to some of them.
This is an entertaining romantic fantasy - what woman wouldn't want to be in Lori's high heels? It's not a deep story and goes along as predicted. There's a second romance included that adds to the enjoyment. Predictable or not, Leanne Banks has written a fun book. Escape for a few hours with Trouble in High Heels.
Notice: Explicit sexual content
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