(From the publisher):
Could Glenna bargain with a man like Jett? For her father’s sake, Glenna Reynolds felt she had to try. The government was going to shut down her father coal mine anyway — the only chance was for a merger with Jett Coulson’s huge conglomerate, Coulson Mining. She found Jett Coulson devastatingly attractive, but a tough businessman. And he wasn’t interested in absorbing Reynolds’s losses. “It would have been easy if you’d suggested a merger with you,” he told Glenna. In spite of his cool, emotionless arrogance, somehow Glenna was tempted by the proposition!
Jett was surprised to see Glenna there. He studied her intently as she come into his room. “I wondered if he’d play his ace of hearts.” “You mean me?” Glenna frowned. “My father doesn’t know I’m here. He wouldn’t approve.” Her eyes pleaded with him, then in a choked voice she went on, “Dad will lose not just the mine, but his home and everything…There’s no pride left in him, Jett. Please, help him.” You don’t know what you’re asking, Glenna.” Jett shook his head with an angry kind of weariness, his hands on his hips. “Explain to me what I have to say or do to make you listen to me,” she persisted. “What if I told you to take off your robe?” His glance flicked to the satin bow with raw challenge. And slowly Glenna raised a hand to untie the bow…
Original title: Wild and Wonderful (West Virginia)
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary