Author Louise Bay
Genre Adult Romance
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Max King is the King of Wall Street. He has everything. He is rich, successful, and good looking. He also has a very supportive family.
Harper Jayne is the estranged daughter of Charles Jayne, the owner of JD Stanley, one of Wall Street’s leading men. He is the one man who Max wishes to do business with but hasn’t succeeded in winning his account as yet.
Harper is bright and articulate but her history with her absentee father has influenced the person she has become and continues to affect her choices.
Harper always wanted to work with the King of Wall Street. Her choices throughout college were all geared toward getting her shot. She went after the job with single-minded determination until she succeeded. Working with Max King however, is not turning out the way Harper expected.
Max King considers his life full. It is all he has ever wanted it to be. Everyone clamors to do business with him except Charles Jayne.
Max is accustomed to keeping his personal life separate from his professional life and he succeeded until Harper came to work for him.
Charles Jayne is Harper’s dad who failed to step up to his responsibility during her childhood. He has never failed to try to fill the gap with his wallet, however.
Amanda King is Max’s fourteen-year-old daughter. She cares greatly for her father and wants him to get married and find happiness.
Scarlet and Violet, Max’s interfering sisters are constantly trying to set him up.
The story is set in the corporate world of Manhattan New York.
What I Liked
The story is interesting for those who love romance novels.
King of Wall Street draws attention to the influences fathers have on their daughter’s lives and how their presence or absence shape their lives. It also deals with the issues of forgiveness and healing to move forward.
What I Didn’t Like
I wouldn’t change anything here.
The book contains adult language.
Stamp of Approval
It was a good read. I would recommend this for anyone who enjoys a steamy romance.
By Candy Benn