THE BLACK SHEEP AND THE PRINCESS
ISBN#: (10) 0-7582-1725-0/ (13) 978-0-7582-1725-7
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Rating: 4 Cups
Kate Sutherland was the daughter of a very rich woman, but she turned her back on all of that to work with sick children. When her mother dies, she inherits all of her wealth, but she trades that with her stepbrother for his legacy --summer camp for rich kids that she will remake into her dream, a camp for sick children.
Donovan MacLeod is the son of the drunken caretaker of the camp and other than the time he spent with the other members of the Unholy Trinity, and fleeting moments he spent lusting after Kate Sutherland, he hated it there. He vowed never to go back. But Kate is being harassed, and he can help.
When Kate Sutherland wants to open up a camp for sick children, surprisingly someone is determined to stop her. She is shocked when the object of her adolescent fantasies shows up to help her. Mac has only gotten better and she does need him, in more ways than one.
I think I am really going to like this new series; the Unholy Trinity seems to be pretty much irresistible. Mac is the ultimate sexy bad boy and I can see why Kate was so drawn to him in her teens. Grown up, he is even better. Mac finds that Kate is nothing like the princess he remembered, except that she is as beautiful as ever. It is obvious that the two of them have unresolved feelings for each other, leading to some very hot love scenes. The sabotage of Kate’s camp gives an aura of danger and suspense to the whole story. I loved the setting of a remote camp in the Catskills, which added to the suspense nicely. The author throws in some really good twists and turns and you really do not know who is harassing Kate until the very end. I cannot wait to read about Rafe and Finn.
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