The only way Case Fortune can get his hands on Reynolds Refining is through the owner's estranged daughter. Expecting to subtly romance Gina Reynolds, Case finds himself rocked by the unpretentious and pretty children's book author, and her estrangement from her father is a major stumbling block. Peggy Moreland revisits her Fortune family in Merger of Fortunes (3). Though there isn't a lot that's likable about her hero, and the heroine's naivete is hard to swallow, Moreland has a strong talent with narrative.
Reviewed by: 
Pat Cooper