Date read: June 2, 2015
2. Finn - Kindle
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Finn Marshall survived several tours in Afghanistan before the billionaire father he barely remembers changed everything. Now he has it all: money, cars and most importantly, power. Power to track down the woman who left him for a richer man.Thoughts on Finn: I didn't dislike this book, but I didn't quite adore Finn the way I liked his brother. Mostly, I think, because his initial need to tear Marissa's life down was hard for me to wrap my head around. I get that he was hurting and the issues he was dealing with made him a little unpredictable at times, but...I don't know. The whole revenge thing was a wee bit off-putting.
Marissa Blake dragged herself out of poverty one client at a time, so she's thrilled when her company, Maid-4-U, gets a huge contract for a luxury penthouse. Until she sees who owns it.
Now to save her struggling business, Finn demands everything she once promised him. Money can't buy him happiness but it can buy him one thing: REVENGE
And Rissa. YIKES. She made some bad choices before, but she's spent the last little bit trying to put her life back together and get out from under the shadow of her past. Probably the only thing that made me slide back into thinking Finn would be worthy of her was how quickly he abandoned his original plan once he saw her again.
That said, I did like Finn. He's messed up and he chooses a path that isn't exactly honorable, but a teeny part of me gets why he felt like he needed to do it. Other than his plan for Rissa, his actions showed him to have a big heart and a great capacity for caring. So, yeah, I liked him.
The brothers (all the brothers, not just Tank and Finn) still look to have A LOT of issues to work out between them. With three more to go, I have plenty to look forward to.