WORKING WITH THE ENEMY
WORKING WITH THE ENEMY (3) by Susan Stephens: Entrepreneur Heath Stamp considers the run-down country estate he inherited from his uncle more trouble than it’s worth, especially when he discovers Bronte Foster-Jenkins trespassing on his land. Bronte, the estate’s former housekeeper’s daughter, wants to restore the place to its former glory, but first she must convince its arrogant new owner that she’s the best candidate for the position of estate manager. The attraction between Heath and Bronte remains strong after 13 years apart, but can their friendship flourish into love when Heath is constantly reminded of his difficult childhood? The opening chapters have endless bickering and an overload of backstory, but tender and humorous moments will be the reward for readers who persist.