Leanne Fairbanks is the illegitimate
child of a wealthy businessman that decided to have a
gameshow-like contest to decide who would inherit his
businesses. Leanne has known about her father her entire
life but wants nothing from him. All she knows is the years
that her mother spent alone because of foolish choices.
Before Leanne can bow out of the contest she overhears a
conversation and it is game on.
Mark Collins is the adopted grandson of
“The Lion” and has done all he can in life to prove that he
belongs in his family. When Lionel died, Mark figured he
would inherit the Company and was shocked to learn about
Leanne and the will. Mark knows he belongs at the head of
the company that he was groomed to take over, but when
Leanne makes connections he has been trying to make for
years, he gets a little nervous.
Marrying the Boss had so much potential but
failed to hit the mark. The story line did not flow well
and I never really felt any chemistry between the two lead
characters. I found the side story to be more romantic and
really wished that they had been the focus. Mark and Leanne
spent the whole book not trusting or even respecting the
each other and never giving the other time to explain