Book one in the Boardrooms and Billionaires series contains an oft-used plot, but Fox's interpretation is surprisingly refreshing and contemporary. Readers will enjoy the vast array of characters and the seamless approach of the unfolding story. The author flawlessly weaves a tale about sisterhood, success and the prospect of budding love that fans of romance will embrace.

After rebuilding every magazine in her portfolio to appeal to modern women's interests, corporate publisher and CEO Keira has finally broke through the glass ceiling. Keira and her two sisters worked long and hard to bring her family's media company back from the brink of disaster, and they couldn't be more proud. In the midst of their achievement, gorgeous billionaire Nathan Cooper is planning a hostile takeover of the company. Keira knows her business better than anyone and will not give it up without a fight. When the two meet, Keira finds it hard to resist Nathan's good looks and his warm touch unsettles her. Nathan acknowledged long ago that he doesn't have a heart and has the ruthless need to pillage and overpower, but one stolen kiss makes him forget exactly what he's fighting for. (Entangled, Jan., dl., $2.99)

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Jaime A. Geraldi