"delightful contemporary romance"
In San Francisco, Michelle Grant is heartbroken when the
man she loves announces he is engaged to someone else.
She makes a scene and he chases her onto the nearby
beach. An "angel" rescues her from her former beau's
assault. BJ gives her more than just passionate love, he
provides her the belief she can make something of her self.
Nine years later, Michelle is one of Dallas' leading
commercial realtors. Her boss Alex Forbes assigns her to
work with a new client, the CEO of Computron, Brad
Jamison. When they meet, Michelle recognizes Brad as the
angel who made everything possible for her. On the other
hand, Brad not only fails to realize who she is but also
treats Michelle with scorn as he heard rumors about her
sleeping her way to the top. As they work in close
proximity he falls in love with her, something she has
felt for him for nine years, but he does not believe she
trusts him plus he sees her as a clone of his mother, who
Fans of relationship dramas will enjoy this delightful
contemporary romance. The story line is crisp yet filled
with angst. Especially fun to observe is when Brad is the
focus of the plot whether he fails to relate with his mom,
struggle with his feelings towards his beloved, or copes
with Alex's spoiled scheming sorry sister.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 16, 2003