In this steamy third book in New York Times bestselling author Ruth Cardello’s Corisi Billionaires series, a trip to Italy could jump-start a lasting relationship—but only if all that’s hidden comes to light.
Christof is a man whose life revolves around his family and the family business. When he finds himself stranded on the side of the road, he never expected that the person who would come to his aid would be the woman he met years earlier and has never forgotten.
McKenna inherited her love of cars from her father and her knowledge and skill is unparalleled. When she sees that Christof is having car trouble, she stops to lend a hand but she never expected that he would be the same man who changed the course of her life when she needed someone the most.
The feelings they had for each other are stronger than ever so when Christof needs a fake fiancé to alleviate a family situation in Italy he hopes that by convincing McKenna to pretend to be his fiancé that with time he will also be able to convince her to make it real.
The support that Christo and McKenna show each other whether it comes to family or their careers shows how perfect they are for each other. There is also a great cast of secondary characters on both sides and revelations from the past that draw you into this family and this series even more.
Ruth Cardello hit the New York Times and USA Today Bestsellers Lists for the first time back in 2012.
Millions of sales are evidence that her books are akin to potato chips, addictive from the first one. She has created a multi-series billionaire world with a combination of escapism and realism that has gained her a faithful following of readers.
Ruth Cardello was born the youngest of 11 children in a small city in northern Rhode Island. She spent her young adult years moving as far away as she could from her large extended family. She lived in Boston, Paris, Orlando, New York–then came full circle and moved back to New England. She now happily lives one town over from the one she was born in. For her, family trumped the warmer weather and international scene.
She was an educator for 20 years, the last 11 as a kindergarten teacher. When her school district began cutting jobs, Ruth turned a serious eye toward her second love- writing and has never been happier.
When she’s not writing, you can find her chasing her children around her small farm or connecting with her readers online.