Publication date: August 30th 2016
Genres: New Adult, Romance
When fellow Californians Whitney Spencer and Connor Rivers meet in the most unlikely of places—on the Camino pilgrimage in Spain—they fall head first into a brief, impassioned love affair. But Whitney’s on her way back to her career in San Francisco, and Connor is a world traveler whose restless spirit has yet to be captured by anyone.
Tragedy strikes and Connor is called home to help his siblings run the family business, the Rivers Paradise Resort. Yet the adventurer inside him hasn’t gone away; in fact, his wanderlust is on the verge of destroying his family’s fragile stability.
After Whitney’s career brings her to Connor’s resort, the sparks between them flare. Will her reappearance be enough to tame him? Can their love be enough, or are they destined for another gut-wrenching goodbye?
My Rating: 5 "You're my anchor" STARS!
Beautiful Mine is a beautiful love story between Connor and Whitney and I love it! It is poignantly sweet, hot and super engaging.
Connor is an interesting character as he is portrayed as a wanderer who loves to travel around the earth and he seems to be always on the move. He also comes from a very wealthy family that involves in a hotel business. What I like about him is that he has a very close relationship with his family and would never hesitates to help them when they are in need.
Whitney is a woman with the heart of a gold and I love her for that. She is very selfless but yet she is also seems to be very mature for her age. I like that even though she like Connor so much, she wouldn't want to trap him into something that he wasn't ready. I hope in the next installment maybe she can lead something like in a foundation from the Rivers' hotel line because I feel like she is going to be great in that. And yeah, she is definitely perfect for Connor.
All in all, I think that Beautiful Mine is a wonderful story and I highly recommend this story to all romance readers out there because this book has a very special charm to it. And I hope there will be stories for other Rivers in the family. *fingers crossed*