When Lyla’s father retired as CEO of the toy company which has been in their family for generations, she was meant to receive his shares. Instead, she discovers the company is bankrupt and her father has given her shares to Mason Klaus, an investor known in the corporate world for his cold and callous nature. Much to Lyla’s frustration, her only option is to run the company with him, despite their evident loathing for one another.
This was a pleasant enough of a read.
I found this novel to be completely like a Hallmark movie from the Christmas channel.
This reminds me of a different novel which gave me a headache.
The reasons for my wording is because it was missing that spark. It just didn’t do it for me at all.
If you enjoy the Christmas channel type of movies but you actually enjoy the book versions, here you go.