Donovan: Last Man Standing
Prescott Hill book 1
Last Man Standing book 14
All of the Prescott Hill books are stand alones and may be read in any order
Themes: confirmed bachelor, revenge, bachelor auction, reunion romance
Going, going, gone, to the lady who wants sweet revenge...
Magnolia Popham never forgot the way Donovan Sinclair humiliated her when she worked for his family. Years later, he’s on the auction block to raise money for the children’s hospital, and she’s got the perfect plan to pay him back. A month mucking stalls and feeding chickens is just the thing to make him see what it feels like to be the hired help.
Donovan never meant to embarrass Maggie, yet now he’s paying the price. He didn’t know one stolen kiss years ago could cause so many problems. Toiling beside her at Popham Farm shows him the successful woman she’s become, and he’d like to get closer. Even with the drudgery of working the land, he wants nothing more than to bid on her love…and win.
Warnings: sweet and chaste, no language, no steam at all
“…a heartwarming story about forgiveness and second chances.”
“A beautifully written story with characters that you want to know and admire.”
“Going once. Going twice. I think we have a winner.”
Donovan could make out the shape of a woman walking toward the stage. And what a shape it was. The dress was classy, floral, and hugged her figure lovingly, stopping about an inch above her knee. High heels accentuated her long, trim legs and clicked on the wood floor as she approached. A white, large-brimmed hat perched on top of her head, covering all but a long curl of brunette hair that swirled across one shoulder, then dipped between her breasts.
Well now. This was a new circumstance. Maybe he could forgive his mother if he got to spend some quality time with this exquisite creature. Provided she knew it was a temporary situation.
Cissy cleared her throat as the mystery woman sauntered closer and tipped her head up. As Donovan took in her features, memories drifted through his mind, and the blood drained from his face.
“Donovan Sinclair sold for fifteen thousand dollars to Magnolia Popham.”