Captivated by the Millionaire by Nina Singh. This story is a slow build of the relationship between Jess and Jordan. The first two meetings they have are rude, brutally honest and funny. But living in a small town has it’s bad moments when it comes to trying to avoid someone, it’s almost impossible not to run into them. Especially when his sister goes to the center where Jess volunteers. As their relationship grows from strangers to where they can tolerate each other you get a nice mix of he needs slapped with laughing and thinking I can’t believe he/she said that. Overall I enjoyed the story and characters.
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