Wealthy genius George Hunter wants to get to know PR exec Molly di Perretti better—much better. The only problem is she hates millionaires. Can he change her mind and earn her trust?...
|Title||:||Millionaires Don't Count (Harlequin Mini #37)|
|Number of Pages||:||70 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Millionaires Don't Count (Harlequin Mini #37) Reviews
Boy, how I like these "persistent hero" story-lines where the heroine is the one who needs convincing to give the couple a real try. George was absolutely adorable, rich, sexy, persistent, understanding...Everything a (Harlequin) girl is looking for in a man, while it was Molly's role to drag her feet, act obnoxiously, be stubborn and prejudiced, and nurse a grudge against millionaires (or the male genre in general).I loved how George wasn't deterred, how he kept pushing and pushing, until he pushed just enough to learn of Molly's painful past (all of her doing, might I add, but it's easier to cast the blame, isn't it?). And even then he kept trying and trying to change her mind...Awwww.I loved this little gem of a story.