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Nicole Corisi will lose her inheritance if she doesn't find a way around the terms of her father's will, but she will have to partner up with her estranged brother's rival to do it. As pretense becomes painfully real, Nicole will have to choose between Stephan and the family he is driven to destroy.
Stephan Andrade has been planning his revenge ever since Dominic Corisi unscrupulously took over his father's company. With Corisi Enterprises gambling its reputation on the success of a new software network for China, Stephan finally has his chance to take back his legacy. Dominic's younger sister, Nicole, asks Stephan for his help and provides him with an opportunity to exact his revenge on a personal level.
It all goes smoothly until he falls in love.
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By Listener on 09-15-16
For love or Legacy Stars
Ok I enjoyed book 1, but I LOVED book 2. I don’t know if I was just in a different head space or what. But it left me emotional; I had tears throughout this book.
Kim Bubbs did a good job narrating book 1 but I think she did an even better job with book 2. I felt the emotions; I loved all of the different voices.
This book is the story of Nicole Corisi & Stephan Andrade.
In book 1 we meet Dominic Corisi, Nicole’s brother and Stephan Dominic’s long-time rival. We also know that after the death of Dom and Nicole’s father who wasn’t a nice man. That he made stipulations on Nicole’s inheritance.
So to get what Nicole wants and deserves, she goes to Stephan with a plan only things do not go as planned.
I lovvvved the character growth of Nicole, I think she was too afraid to be who she really is. And it took a little pushing for her to see she is her own person and she can do what she wants.
She did have some help from Stephan’s family. I think I loved that best. For someone like Nicole who felt alone or abandoned most of the time. Having this big family want her, and need her. It was so foreign to her but I love how she jumped head first with them.
I was not a big fan of Stephan for a lot of this story, but he does redeem himself at the hotel. And I can then see why Nicole was so in love with him. He became human.
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