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Acquired: The CEO's Small-Town Bride

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  • Posted June 12, 2011

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    An absolute treat

    Catherine Mann's delivers another sensational story in Acquired: The CEO's Small-Town Bride.

    Sarah Richards loves her small town life in Vista del Mar. She enjoys her work as a waitress at the local Beach and Tennis club. Her town helped her heal after the death of her husband. Sarah will do anything to protect the slow and easy way of life there, even go up against a former ex.

    Rafe Cameron could not get out of Vista del Mar fast enough after high school. Now he is back to get revenge on the man and his company that he feels took his mother's life. Rafe's first reconnection with Sarah certainly didn't go very well. Seems Sarah still has resentment for the way Rafe left her all those years ago. He hated leaving Sarah behind but after their last fight he thought their was no hope for them. Now he can't get Sarah out of his mind and wonders what might have been.

    Sarah has an ulterior motive for getting close to Rafe. Sure their chemistry is still explosive as every but she wants to get Rafe to let go of his revenge plans for the company that supplies many jobs for the town.

    As Rafe and Sarah spend more time together they both realize second chances should not be past up. Will one revelation about Rafe's family destroy it all a second time?

    The CEO's Small-Town Bride is a very compelling and moving story. We all have what ifs in our life and would give anything to do it over. Sarah and Rafe both have issues to resolve that linger from the past. Watching them grow and work through them is a treat. Their chemistry snaps and sizzles on every page. You find your self routing for this couple to have it all.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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