Reclusive entrepreneur Ryan Langford may be missing his own fundraiser, but being marooned in a cabin with Kayla beats ducking a room full of people after his money any day. Too bad she’s so irritated with the gazillionaire who ruined her New Year’s Eve that he feels like he has to lie about his identity. But when the sparks fly and they fall into each other’s arms, Ryan knows he’s made a big mistake. Will she be able to trust him once the snow melts and the truth comes out?
Melting the Millionaire’s Heart is such a sweet story and a perfect quick-read. It is an endearing story of finding love in the most unexpected places. I honestly had a hard time rating this one because I liked it so much but I would have liked more of it. In the end, it was definitely a 3.5-4 star read for me.
Kayla Johnston is a special education teacher at a school that caters solely to kids with special needs. Her school is looking to receive donations and has set up a New Year’s Eve party with a potential millionaire donor. While on her way to the party, Kayla has a wreck and gets stranded. Luckily, a car comes along carrying a very good looking guy looking to help her. Unbeknownst to Kayla, the driver is the millionaire donor, Ryan Langford. With the horrible weather, they are forced to spend the night together.
There was an instant attraction between Kayla and Ryan that they could not ignore. However, both Kayla and Ryan go into this night with preconceived notions that effect the information that they divulge.
Both Kayla and Ryan were very likable characters. They were two people not looking for anything even resembling love but fate threw them together, making them question what they really wanted.
Melting the Millionaire’s Heart was very refreshing but still had enough turmoil to make it interesting and move along smoothly. I did think the dialogue during intimate moments was a little over the top for two people that just met and “didn’t do these types of things.” But, overall, I think that the instant attraction was portrayed very well and was definitely believable. This was a very short read and while I would have so badly liked it to have continued, the ending was very satisfying. I would definitely recommend this book, especially if your looking for something pretty light and quick.
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