Veronica Richards is the last woman business consultant Marcus Danvers expects to find working at Kline Electronics, his new client. He is there to find a corporate spy. Rekindling a love affair with the woman who sold out the company they both worked for was definitely not on the agenda. But ever since Ronnie took off without a word or even a kiss goodbye, Marcus hasn’t been able to get her out of his mind. All the clues seem to point to Ronnie as the company’s mole which means Marcus has an opportunity to spend at much time as possible learning Ronnie’s every secret.
For Ronnie the one man she’d tried so hard to forget was live and in her face. The memories of their shared passion have kept her feelings for him alive for almost two years. Her explanation for leaving him eighteen months ago is not something he will want to hear and the secrets he is so determined to uncover have nothing to do with Kline Electronics and everything to do with their relationship.
Lucy Monroe dazzles once more with her newest releaseGoodness Had Nothing to Do with It a follow up to Come Up And See Me Sometime. The characters shine amidst the smooth dialogue and vivid scenes. I couldn't have asked for more.