Also by this author: The Billionaire's Demands, Tempting Acquisitions, At Last
Series: Boardrooms & Billionaires #2
Also in this series: The Billionaire's Demands, Tempting Acquisitions
Published by Entangled: Indulgence on May 13, 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance, One Night to More
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One night of passion...
Mayson McBride has spent the last decade restoring her family’s magazine empire with her two sisters. She loves what she does, but she can’t shake the feeling something’s missing. Which is why she jumps at the chance–incognito–for a single night of no-strings-attached sex with Holt Turner.
A once in a lifetime connection...
Holt’s been unable to forget the woman he shared one night of explosive passion, and he’s thrilled to get reacquainted with her at a weekend house party. What he doesn’t expect are the immediate feelings of need and desire–emotions he keeps firmly in check–upon their reunion.
A forever commitment...
When Mayson and Holt’s single night together leads to unexpected consequences, both must decide what matters most. Especially when a threat from Holt’s past promises to ruin their relationship before it’s barely begun.
Erin: A one-night stand turns into much more in Merger to Marriage, book 2 in Addison Fox’s Boardrooms and Billionaires series. While the plot is fairly predictable there was enough entertainment to keep me turning the page. There’s something about a rich, powerful business man with a hint of bad boy in him that’s so appealing, and Holt Turner is definitely all of that … and more.
Mayson McBride and her sisters have been working tirelessly to restore her family’s magazine empire. A night of hot, steamy passion at her sisters wedding seems to be just what the doctor ordered to liven up her somewhat unfulfilled life. A chance meeting with her one night stand lets them each know the spark they felt before is still alive and well.
These two don’t have an easy time of it. Outside forces along with their own self-doubts plague their relationship from the get go. I’m not really a fan of heroines who are wishy-washy and Mayson was very back and forth with her feelings for Holt. This plotline has been done to death, so there wasn’t really anything new and exciting in Merger to Marriage, but I did like the dichotomy between Mayson’s family dynamic and Holt’s. All in all it was an okay read (And the cover is pretty great!); I’ll definitely check out the next book in the series.