With her long hair flying, her leather studded purse swinging, she marched away from him and rode off on a Harley Davidson…and Remy wanted her.
Cursed with bad luck, and a stubbornness that gets her nowhere, Margarine Butter wants to shed her biker gypsy lifestyle for a white picket fence and a permanent address. When Remy offers her employment, she gambled with her desire for a new life and her attraction to the millionaire. Could she keep her distance and her identity secret long enough to secure her future?
Business conglomerate, Remington Montgomery, couldn’t believe the sexy waitress with the long blonde hair turned his money down after he accidentally got her fired from her job. So, when she whacked him with her leather studded purse and rode off on a Harley Davidson, he wanted to learn more about the woman who was not impressed by the size of his wallet. But would the price of loving her be his downfall?
Margarine “Margie” Butter has been dreaming of owning her own home for as long as she can remember. She has the worst luck though and keeps losing her jobs; she’ll never save enough money at this rate. Now the sexy stranger she ran into at the diner has cost her not one but two jobs and he wants to make it up to her. The job pays well and the perks aren’t too bad either.
Remy is shocked to see the blond beauty get on her Harley and ride out of his life after he tries to help her. He can’t stop thinking about her and their second run in, while stuck in an elevator, sends him on a search to find her. Now that he has her in his home, he just needs to convince her to give them a shot.
This book was such a surprise for me. I have had it for a while and when I sat down to read it; I couldn’t believe I had waited so long. Margie is not your typical heroine, she’s the daughter of the leader of Chromes and Wheels motorcycle gang. She has grown up on the road surrounded by her “family” and just wants to have a place to call her own. If it wasn’t for bad luck she would have no luck at all and Remy didn’t help matters.
She and Remy are from two different worlds but Remy’s character also surprised me. He is extremely rich and can have anything or anyone he wants but he isn’t pretentious. He is down to earth, doesn’t care what people think about him and does what he wants to do. He doesn’t care who Margie’s parents are or that she grew up in a motorcycle gang, he is willing to do whatever it takes to make her his.
There are so many moments in this short story that had me laughing out loud, like the fountain scene. I loved when her “family” all showed up at Remy’s during their dinner party and things went downhill from there. The ending was absolutely perfect and my favorite part of the whole book.