I loved this book. Lucus is a millionaire who is dealing with loss and has pushed himself away from everyone except work. He has made work his only priority. Kate meets his aunt at the hospital where her daughter is staying. His aunt offers his house to stay in since she has nowhere to stay. When he comes home will he let her stay?
I hated that Kate was having to go through what she had to deal with her daughter and the father of her child. No mother should have to worry about their daughter dying and wonder how she can pay for the care of getting her help. Lucus and Kate were good for each other. He helped her to heal and see that they were worthy and they could work a relationship out. I don't think Lucus should have given up on his own daughter, but he had a witch for an ex-wife who didn't want him to have anything to do with her.
Contemporary romance readers will want to add this book to their lists. Expect lots of emotion and characters who care.
The man behind the headlines…
When billionaire Lucas Carrington returns to his New York mansion, he never expects to find beautiful stranger Kate Whitley making herself at home. Invited by his aunt to stay, he soon discovers she's a woman in need. She's raising funds for her sick daughter, so he agrees to let her stay—temporarily!
Kate may not belong in Lucas's high-society world, but she sees there is more to this tycoon than the headlines suggest. Yet with so much at stake, can she trust herself and her heart with New York's most sought-after bachelor?