When resort/casino CEO Fletcher Bravo wants something, he gets it. But daycare owner Cleo Bliss won't do business with him -- until he builds her dream facility in his hotel and she can no longer refuse. Seeing Fletcher with his daughter makes Cleo do something else she shouldn't: get involved with him. A hot fling becomes a hasty marriage and, suddenly, Cleo's in love with a man she barely knows. Fletcher claims to feel the same way, but does he really? Christine Rimmer's newest, The Bravo Family Way (3), starts off well, with a plausible conflict, but flags in the middle despite well-developed sexual tension.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer