Hunter by Margaret Madigan

A snappy little read that I was glad was only a novella, hang on a minute I only say that because any longer and my day would have been a write off, I couldn’t put this down as it was!

This is the first in a series and if this is anything to go by these brothers are going to be a handful.

Hunter is the eldest of the six brothers and we get a bit of a look at the whole family in this story and I must say they have me chomping at the bit for the rest of the series because they certainly brought a smile to my face.

Up to his eyes in the family business Hunter is a man that knows his own mind but when he took over from his father he got everything that came with the position and that included his dad’s PA Allison.

Now Allison was not just a pretty face, she had her role down pat but she is aiming higher and has her sights set on bigger and better things, after all she didn’t spend all that time getting a degree to do nothing with it.

But she has to bite her tongue when Hunter turns out to be much more than she had him pegged for and this crafty man has a plan for Allison.

The deal: One weekend, scoping out a potential new investment in Costa Rica together and if she still has her mind set on leaving then he will accept her resignation.

So, resignation on hold, she agrees to pose as his partner for the weekend and off they go.

Now I thought I had this sussed but I was wrong, it was so much better than I had anticipated.

This pair set my kindle on fire but when they agreed that once they were back, the events of the weekend would be forgotten, I shook my head and laughed – yeh, like that was ever going to happen.

Allison was a feisty character, she really was such a strong woman who was really trying to make the best of her life, she had plans…but could those plans include a certain alpha male?

Could they pick up where they needed and admit that what happened in Costa Rica was only the tip of their iceberg?

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