Title: His Million Dollar Risk
Series: Take a Risk, #3
Author: Robin Bielman
Publisher: Entangled: Indulgence
Release Date: February 9, 2015
Buy Links: Amazon
Determined to make his latest preservation project on Route 66 a success, Connor Gibson will take any good press he can get. Even if it means spending a week with a reporter. And even if it’s one from a publication he has good reason to hate. Connor certainly isn’t expecting a spontaneous and undeniably attractive blonde who makes him seriously hot for the press...
Charlize Beckett is in deeeep trouble. This is her one chance to prove to her publisher dad that she's a serious journalist, even if she has to pretend she's someone else. Worse though, is trying to maintain any objectivity with the way too charming Connor. She can't help but get into all kinds of sexy trouble with him. But by going off the record, Charlie is putting both her reputation and her heart on the line...
Lying was never a good idea, but Charlie had a good reason to pretend to be someone else.
Connor was the kind of guy that commanded every room he entered. Something about him made everyone stop what they were doing and notice him. When Charlie didn't try to flirt with him, it was a good sign that she wasn't most women who only wanted his money and prestige.
Charlie was such a lively woman. I loved that she was young-at-heart and she was not afraid to have fun. Connor was a little uptight at first, but Charlie had that way about her that loosened up Connor without him knowing it. I wish I could be like Charlie!
This book had the cliche "I don't want to tell him, it's not the right time yet" idea. I kept rolling my eyes at Charlie, but I tried to understand why she couldn't just tell Connor the truth. The revelation of the lie was a bit cliche, too, but hey, I enjoyed the book nonetheless.
Another favorite of mine was that Connor had nicknamed Charlie "Goldilocks." I thought it was the cutest sentiment!
If you want a light read with a cute romance and sexy bed scenes thrown in there, I would highly suggest this book!