Megan Harrison has already been burned once by billionaire Max
Pierce. Burned badly. He was her first true love, and she’d given him everything
she had to offer. She’d thought he loved her too – that is, until
he ended their relationship by leaving her a casual note “wishing her
well”. Now, after three years of licking her wounds, Megan finds herself
unavoidably thrown into daily contact with Max when he enters into
her professional life.
But this time, things are different. No longer a naïve university student
who believes in true love, Megan is in the driver’s seat. Despite Max’s
protestations that leaving her was a mistake and that he is a changed
man, Megan knows better. Max might seem to have everything else –
power, success, looks – but he can’t have her. No matter how much he
says he loves her, no matter how much he is there for her, she can’t let
history repeat itself. Or can she?