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THE BILLIONAIRE'S STUBBORN LOVER (THE MAXFIELD BROTHERS) BY LESLIE NORTH
Release Date: October 6, 2016
Embracing the future means Nathan Maxfield will have to let go of past mistakes.
Nathan Maxfield feels like he’s never really had the chance to prove himself. The youngest of the Maxfield brothers, he’s always let the rest of the family take charge of his father’s company, Duncan Enterprises, while he focuses on green architecture and his passion for the environment. When a new building contract comes along, he finally has a chance to show his father and brothers what he’s made of; if he can please a difficult, conservative client, that is.
Carolina Valdez is in the same boat. After three failed marriages, she’s juggling kids, work, and helping her mother’s restaurant, Maria’s, to get off the ground. When the Maxfields’ new construction project threatens to tear down Maria’s, she’ll have to work with Nathan to find a solution. She’s anticipating a fight. The last thing she expects is to get lost in his blue eyes.
They’ve both made mistakes when it comes to romance, but they might be the best thing that ever happened to one another; if they can forgive themselves for past missteps and build a new life together.
REVIEW: THE BILLIONAIRE'S STUBBORN LOVER (THE MAXFIELD BROTHERS) BY LESLIE NORTH
The Billionaire's Stubborn Lover by Leslie North
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The beauty of family is that it's complicated. Personalities clash, disagreements happen, grudges may even be held, but at the end of the day love is the driving force behind it all. The family dynamic is on point with the Maxfield series. It's not always pretty but Stephen, Gabe and Nathan are gradually working on building a stronger brotherhood while managing the family business. Nathan is the baby brother, so naturally he feels the need to make his presence known. Tired of being ignored, he sets out prove that he has focus to take on more responsibility. He may have bitten off more than he can chew. Fiesty Carolina has a lot on her plate without the threat to her business. Children, a floundering restaurant and a sickly mother are more than she can handle. A blue eyed devil with an agenda is not on her must have list. Carolina and Nathan are their own worst critics. Youth is for making mistakes and learning from them. Missteps are how a person matures into who they are meant to be. Words of wisdom even out this fiery romance.
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