THE FORTUNE HUNTER
Haynes breathes life into an emotional
tale of two people who don't believe in love, even though they share their bodies in many erotic love scenes. The tension builds as greed and pride threaten to undo a relationship. A well-crafted plot and strong secondary characters provide
a great story.
Faith Castle will inherit her father's company but needs someone to run it. When she meets the sexy, exciting Connor Kingston, sparks fly. But Connor's proposal is all business. He offers her marriage, children and fidelity, all spelled out in a prenuptial agreement. In return he wants to be CEO of her father's company. This may be Faith's last chance for children, but can she accept marriage without love? (BERKLEY Sensation, Nov., 320 pp., $14.00)