In Melissa McClone's The Billionaire's Wedding Masquerade (3), matchmaking billionaire Henry goes incognito to work as a field hand on gorgeous Elisabeth's failing berry farm. Elisabeth has no clue about Henry's true identity, and only her good heart and growing affection for the inept farmhand keep him employed. Henry, in over his head in every way, resists the love he feels not just for Elisabeth, but for her younger siblings too. Despite its warm family feel, some aspects of this mostly enjoyable story are less than effective. There's an underdeveloped subplot involving Elisabeth's passion for music, and the very similar guilt she and Henry both carry from their parents' deaths seemed a bit too coincidental.
Reviewed by: 
Cindy Harrison