Not in Her Wildest Dreams
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Paige Fogarty never believed Liebe Falls’ golden boy, Sterling Roy, could want a No Good Fogarty, but one magical night, they kissed—ruining her already murky reputation. Fifteen years later, she’s still shunned, now as a professional accountant auditing Roy Furnishings. It’s a daunting task even before she’s forced to work with him.
Sterling made a fool of himself over Paige once. Never again. He only returns to the factory his mother calls his ‘legacy’ to ensure Paige doesn’t pull a fast one. When their chemistry blazes hotter than ever, he wonders if he misjudged her, but secrets come to light, including an embezzler she tries to protect, proving she’s still the wrong girl. So why does holding onto her feel so right?
Lots of secrets to unravel!
4 1/2 STARS!
A drama-filled reunion story brings together two people who never got a real chance to be together because of teenage angst and misunderstandings. We see them try to overcome their bitterness with each other and slowly start to open their eyes to what really happened and to what degree the other was really at fault. A solid story with perhaps a few too many secondary characters to keep track of, but a pleasing conclusion and I look forward to reading the second in the series!
Fifteen years after being run out of her home town in humiliation, Paige Fogarty is back! Unfortunately, so is the town's golden boy who caused the bad reputation she was given. She's stuck tolerating him for however long it takes to do an audit of the books in the business their father's run together ... then she's out of here!
Sterling Roy still holds a grudge against Paige and her family as well, but as they are forced in close proximity time and again, he starts to see that things might have happened differently than he thought. Just as he's about to move forward, he realizes she's protecting an embezzler!
Will they be able to get all the secrets uncovered and find a happily-ever-after, or will past deeds be unable to be overcome?