Judi Fennell ~~4 1/2 and 5 Star Reviews
Liam Manley has to clean up after the spoiled rich Cassidy Davenport. She has no job and just spends money without regard for how it is earned. When her dad cuts her off she takes a job as one of Liam's new maids. This was a change for her for sure but one that is positive rather than the hell that Liam thought it would be for her. Cassidy manages to live her own life, work, and even teach Liam a thing or two about love in the process.
This was an overall good book. The characters were very distinct and well written. The general plot was well paced. However, things were a little short in romance. When the two characters fall in love, both now being poor, it seemed to be a little trite and predictable. Other than that however this book was good.
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