Published: April 08, 2011
Words: 147,614 (approximate)
A Mormon bishop. An ex-prostitute. A man with a vendetta.
Let the games begin...
From the Publisher’s Weekly review of 9/03/2012:
“Kindly Mormon bishop Mitch Hollander, while reorganizing a merger between his steel company and a manufacturer that occurred under perilous circumstances, meets brash and brilliant Cassie St. James, one of Wall Street’s toughest strategists and a former prostitute. Their immediate attraction is just as strong as the gulf between Cassie’s ruthless attitude toward sex and Mitch’s LDS morals, which include no sex outside marriage. Meanwhile, Mitch’s scheming subordinate in the church hierarchy, Greg Sitkaris, whom he’s trying to have arrested for embezzlement, threatens everything Mitch holds dear, including Cassie and Mitch’s flock. Filled with nuanced, unforgettable characters and keen insights into Mormon faith and culture, this is a thrilling, romantic page-turner with a sense of optimism that never comes across as forced or cloying.”
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on Oct. 12, 2011 :
This book is GOOD! Number 3 in the series - all have been good, but this is the best one by far.
(reviewed long after purchase)