The Merger (The Mason Family Trilogy #2)

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Alex Mason is a billionaire looking for a new future. He’s left behind his software business to a greedy and power hungry partner but he’s not ready to retire. He intends to begin a new life on his Wyoming ranch, to pursue his interest in preserving and enhancing the environment. His goal is to create a model ranch that maximizes the use of renewable energy and land resources. He hopes his new venture will lure his five grown and almost grown children into his new life. As his ideas take shape Alex finds a woman who has just the expertise to complete his plan. He knows he can work with her when they meet but doesn’t realize that soon he’ll want much more than a working relationship.
The famous Lane O’Hara, modern guru of the kitchen and home, is initially surprised to be approached by the handsome and infamous Alex Mason. She’s aware of his three marriages, five children and many relationships with beautiful young women. Once she enters a business deal with him, she soon admires the man and his family. It isn’t long before the Masons and O’Haras form a mutual admiration society.
In this first book of three chronicling their lives, the Masons and O’Haras collaborate to build Alex’ dream. Before they succeed, they face divorce, fire, an unfriendly business takeover, even attempted murder. The families come together to overcome personal disasters bound by their growing love.

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