Elizabeth Camden wraps up her Blackstone Legacy series with Liam’s story in Hearts of Steel.
About the Book
His steel empire has catapulted him to the top of the world, but loving her could cost him everything.
Maggie Molinaro survived a hardscrabble childhood in the downtrodden streets of Manhattan to become a successful businesswoman. After a decade of sacrifice, she now owns a celebrated ice cream company. But when she offends a corrupt banker, she unwittingly sets off a series of calamities that threaten to destroy her life’s work.
Liam Blackstone is a charismatic steel magnate committed to overhauling factory conditions for the steelworkers of America. Standing in his way is the same villain determined to ruin Maggie. What begins as a practical alliance to defeat a common enemy soon evolves into a romance between two wounded people determined to beat the odds.
A spiraling circle of treachery grows increasingly dangerous as Liam and Maggie risk their lives and fortunes for the good of the city. It will require all their wit and ingenuity to protect everything–and everyone–they hold dear.
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Cindy Davis says
I have not read this series. I hope you enjoy it! Have a wonderful weekend!
Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys says
Sounds like a good premise for a romance…..two joining forces against a common enemy! Enjoy!
Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys
Nicole Santana says
I’m currently reading The Billionaire’s Nanny by Elizabeth Maddrey. It’s a good story.
“‘You’re back!’ Megan darted out from behind the cash register as soon as I stepped through the bookstore door, and pulled me into a tight hug.”
I hope you have a good weekend.
Jen @ Grace to Grow says
Loved this one! Elizabeth Camden is one of my favorite historical authors
Danielle Grandinetti says
I have this on my tbr shelf and can’t wait to read it! I’m currently reading The Weight of Air by Kimberly Duffy. The first line is: “You are sure you don’t want me to go with you to the station?” Have a great week!