From New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery comes the story of secret desires finally fulfilled
After a family tragedy, former football hero Jack McGarry keeps the world at arm's lengtha challenge now that his PR firm has moved to neighborly Fool's Gold, California.
Larissa Owens knows where she standsJack sees her as just another one of the guys. No matter what her heart wishes, Jack's her boss, not her boyfriend. But then Larissa's big secret is revealed by her mother!
When Jack discovers the truth about Larissa's feelings, her touch suddenly becomes tantalizing, and he's not sure he wants to resist. But if he gives in to desire, heartache is sure to follow. Friendship or true lovewill Jack go for the ultimate play?
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I'm addicted to fools gold I love it and can't wait for the next book
Another great Fool’s Gold book!
Once again, we are transported to this mythical town of Fool's Gold and all of it's quirkiness, love and fun times. We've known Jack and Larissa for quite a few books and had hints that they'd be together eventually. The funny thing was it took Larrissa's mom pointing it out for them to realize they had feelings for each other. Then suddenly, everything is different. Their friendship/partnership undergoes a lot of changes and they finally see what they mean to each other. But what to do about it? Well, Susan takes them on a roller coaster ride to finally arrive at their HEA. I laughed, cried and cheered them on at various intervals. I might have even wanted to smack Jack upside the head a few times, but he finally got his act together. Grab this latest installment of the Fool's Gold series now. And wait impatiently with me until next year's Fool's Gold trilogy starts again. Way to go, Susan! I've never been disappointed in a single book in this series and love them all for different reasons. Thank you for taking us along with old and new friends in this wonderful town.
Fools Gold... It's not over yet
I have read every book in this series, and although I love it, as it goes on it's starting to get repetitive and predictable. The last couple of books, I feel that the author is trying too hard to set up the next book. So much time is spent introducing new characters that it takes away from the current story, and it gets distracting. I will continue reading until the end because I love the town and characters. I just wish Susan Mallery would focus on one book at a time.