Untouched Until Her Ultra-Rich Husband Hardcover – 1 June 2019
About the Author
Cathy McDavid had no idea when she opened that first Walter Farley book in third grade, it bio picwould be a defining moment in her life. After devouring every Black Stallion and Island Stallion book written at the time - the process took over a year - she decided she wanted her own horse. That dream was realized a few years later, and Cathy went on to own horses and ride most of her life. Bonanza and Big Valley reruns every day after school enforced her love of all things western as well as a fascination with "cowboy" history. Always an avid reader, she first put fingers to keyboard in 1995 and penned her first novel. She enjoyed some success with smaller publishers, but it wasn't until 2005 when she finally got to see her first mass market paperback on the shelves of Barnes and Noble bookstores. There was no going back after that. In 2006, she started writing contemporary westerns for Harlequin American couldn't be happier. All those years of reading every horse book ever written andwatching old western TV shows finally paid off! These days, she is "mostly" retired from the corporate business world and writes full time from her home in Scottsdale, Arizona near the breath-taking McDowell Mountains, where javalina traipse across her yard, hawks fly overhead and bobcats hide in her trees. Her twenty-two year old twins have "mostly" left the house to live on their own, but return often, if only to use her washer and dryer and empty out her refrigerator - a situation that does not make her two spoiled dogs and two spoild-er cats happy. When time allows, she heads to her cabin in the mountains, always taking her laptop with her on the chance inspiration strikes.
- Publisher : Mills & Boon - AU; New edition (1 June 2019)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 192 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0263080021
- ISBN-13 : 978-0263080025
- Dimensions : 11.43 x 1.27 x 18.42 cm
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Don't let the title fool you.....Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 May 2019
Luli, the heroine, is a brilliant coder embroiled in a complex relationship with her deceased 'employer'... So complex that when the grandson and heir of her former mentor appears, he believed her to be an AI interface to his grandmother's systems and not real at all. What follows is a serious blackmail attempt that flounders due to the hero's appetite for a challenge, particularly when the system so proficiently hacked is based on his own. A heroine who has been traded as a commodity all her life finds herself absorbed into the world of a man who has more than any one person could want, yet he can't seem to quite let her go. A great story
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Excellent ReadReviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 August 2020
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Warm and very human characters, softness and strength both equally possessed by the female lead. Loved the touches of vulnerability. Left me in a feel good mood.
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The bigger they are the harder they fall and the hero fell spectacularly!Reviewed in the United States on 21 June 2019
Gabriel was the sexy mega rich man who’d just been outsmarted by a girl of twenty two. She hacked his grandmothers business computer and his inheritance for ransom. It took me a couple of chapters to warm up to Gabriel but you know the old saying, the bigger they are the harder they fall. He fell spectacularly and I loved loved loved the ending. Luli was pretty cool too, I liked her from the beginning. She was beautiful, smart and sexy. She knew what she wanted and just went for it. The best part of this book is that it had very little internal dialogue which drives me mad!
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A Lovely ReadReviewed in the United States on 6 August 2019
This was a very unique read. Think the grandmother’s motives reference how she took in Luli, if it could be called that, should have been better explained. Without fleshing that explanation out, Mae’s behavior seemed fairly criminal; even with the vague line about the mother being willing to give Luli away to someone who obviously held no good intentions. I dithered on giving this 5⭐️s; couldn’t put my finger to what it was missing... I realized that the character descriptions were shallow I couldn’t clearly picture either Gabriel or Luli... It was like there were bodies with a distorted filter where their faces should be. Absolutely a reread though.
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