Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform on February 26th 2016
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Can he hide his heart or will the reporter take everything? Maryn Howe isn't intimidated by billionaire recluse, Tucker Shaffer, or his enormous log cabin in Island Park, Idaho. Maryn needs this interview and she'll get it at any cost, even if the last four reporters were physically removed from his presence. Tucker Shaffer has no desire to change his less than flattering public image; but his PR people persuade him to give it one more try. Ready to make nice with whoever comes through the door, Tucker is blindsided by a petite blond with an extra-large personality. As the snow piles up and the questions keep coming, Maryn discovers the secret Tucker Shaffer has spent the last four years torturing himself with. She suddenly sees him in a new light and she flees-right into danger and into Tucker's arms. But the danger has just begun and now Maryn has to make a choice-trust in Tucker or lose it all.
Marilyn is on her way to getting the story of her career. She is getting the much coveted exclusive from recluse billionaire Tucker Shaffer. She meets him at his large cabin where they are snowed in by a storm. He is reluctant to give the interview but his PR is insisting he improve his image. Marilyn finds out more than she bargains for and is put in danger. As she gets to know Tucker more she starts falling for him which becomes more dangerous for her.
In an Oyster Shell – It was an adorable read that I enjoyed very much and recommend to anyone who likes a good clean romance.
The Pearls – This series is very interesting because the books don’t really have an order. They are all stand-alone. They all are under the same premise a cabin of girls at summer camp make a pact that they will all marry billionaires or they have to sing the camp song at their wedding.
This book introduces some characters that you will see in other books. The development was great. The characters were distinguished and easy to love or despise respectively. Tucker was gruff at first but grew to be a lovable character. Marilyn was darling from the beginning. Each character had great back story, even the supporting characters.
This story was short and sweet and you get to see the characters in other books. This book is perfect for a feel-good quick read. I was sick and read the whole series in a matter of days and it was so comforting.
The Sand – It was short which worked for and against this book.