Destiny gave up a carefree life in France with a man who wanted to marry her to rush back home to the States after her brother and sister-in-law died in a plane crash. Destiny took over the care of her three young nephews and left her art and love, William, behind. Fast forward 20 years and Destiny has decided to reclaim her life.
Destiny wants be the head of Carlton Industries European division, her family business. Her nephew Richard, head of the company gives her the position although her only qualification is that her last name is Carlton. She rushes to London to begin her independence and immediately puts herself into William’s orbit. William happens to be the head of a rival company and the two are forced together by business and by choice. The nephews do not approve of this liaison and send their wives to London to find out what is going on. There is lots of family drama and a little business intrigue too.
Destiny was a wonderful main character. As a 50 something heroine she brought a lot of charm and it was refreshing. I thought the book was fun, even if a bit unbelievable. It was an enjoyable read.