Unrivaled by Siri Mitchell
About this book
Lucy Kendall returns from a tour of the Continent, her luggage filled with the latest fashions and a mind fired by inspiration. After tasting Europe’s best confections, she’s sure she’ll come up with a recipe that will save her father’s struggling candy business and reverse their fortunes. But she soon discovers that their biggest competitor, the cheat who swindled her father out of his prize recipe, has now hired a promotions manager–a cocky, handsome out-of-towner who gets under Lucy’s skin.
Charlie Clarke’s new role at Standard Manufacturing is the chance of a lifetime. He can put some rough times behind him and reconnect with the father he’s never known. The one thing he never counted on, however, was tenacious Lucy Kendall. She’s making his work life miserable…and making herself impossible for him to forget.
Lucy wantedsave her father’s candy busniess, while Charlie Clark’s father wanted Charlie to shut down Lucy’s fathers business.The two had met, but had no idea who each other was. Would they find out?
This was such a good story story. The characters are well created and developed well as the story goes on. Both Charlie and Lucy wanted to do their job well, and working against each other caused a lot of tension, which made the story even more interesting. This is the first story I’ve ever read that focused on a candy making business, and the insight into everything involved was interesting and knowledgeable. Ms. Mitchell sure did her research well and explained it all in a fun and interesting way.
I recommend this great story to you if you enjoy fiction with a slice of romance, a story that keeps you interested with its light twists and turns, with two characters that are at each others throats most of the time, yet they are attracted to each other? Crazy huh? Get a copy for yourself and see what you think.
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