After a troubling childhood, wealthy Evan Sinclair likes his life orderly and controlled. He rarely gives in to spontaneous urges—until he begins a chance correspondence with a mystery woman who sounds like his complete opposite. She intrigues and amuses him, and the interest seems mutual…which is more than he can say for his current obsession, Miranda Tyler, the tough-as-nails, sexy schoolteacher who’s made it clear she’s not impressed—or interested.
Miranda finally has it all: a good job, friends, and the security of living in the quaint coastal town of Amesport, Maine. She even has an anonymous pen pal—a man she’s never met yet has bonded with almost effortlessly. The only thing unsettling her life is Evan Sinclair. The handsome billionaire is arrogant, pompous, and far too used to getting his way. Miranda tries her best to avoid him, until Evan’s steamy kiss turns her world upside down.
Soon their red-hot desire is scorching the sheets and has them both spinning out of control. But when secrets are revealed, will their insatiable attraction keep them together or force them apart? In J.S. Scott’s The Billionaire’s Touch, the eldest Sinclair just might have met his match.
I really enjoyed this book, Evan has always come across as arrogant and stand offish in previous stories in this series so it was great to finally find out why. I liked the way the story begins and then builds into more after Evan arrives in Amesport, the way a tentative friendship gradually turns into more. The love and trust Lily shows to Evan from the start. Miranda has lost so much and is feeling a bit lost, but she has always felt the attraction from the first meeting. the feelings are intense between the characters, we get more of the childhood story the abuse suffered. the author also covers a subject that affects a lot of the population in currant times Dyslexia in a very sensitive and I informative way. In such a way that anyone that's not ever had to deal with it can understand just a little bit clearer, how hard it is for those that have it find it to read and see words and numbers . overview of this story is that its been very well written, the subject has been researched and understood and really helps to enhance and add to this book. The abuse side has also been handled well and sensitively giving the reader some understanding of how this type of abuse can affect how the sufferers live and behave. The descriptions of weather/scenery/houses are very clear helping the reader to see it in their head, feel the cold. I loved the way that as the story unfolds the family come together in support, in a way that overall none of them have ever had before from each other. The sudden clarity and understanding of each other and how their growing up the way each did had influenced them all, making them into the adults they are now. J S Scott has covered some very difficult subject matter in this book but in such a way that it really gives an enormous amount to it and the characters she's invented, she has also given the heads up leading us readers into at least 2 more stories from this this one. Well done J I personally cant wait for more
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