Mr. January: Rafe Medici, extremely eligible millionaire
Status: Power is his only partner
Situation: He’s a papa, and the last to know
Fatherhood was not on his agenda. Yet once Rafe learned he had an heir, he was determined to get the child under his roof. Only the boy’s guardian, Nicole Livingstone, stood between him and his desire. No one denied a Medici, and if it took seduction to win over Nicole, Rafe was happy to try. But in getting the beautiful woman to soften, this wealthy bachelor had best be certain she didn’t get him to change his no-love rule.
Rafe and Tabitha Livingstone had a relationship before she broke it off laughing at him when he proposed to her. Years later, Rafe saw an article in the newspaper with Tabitha in it and a little boy who bore the resemblance of the Medici’s men. He is FURIOUS with Tabitha for keeping his son away from him. When he managed to track her down, what he did not expect that is to find Nicole Livingstone living there and Tabitha, her twin sister, is dead. Nicole has been caring for Joel since Tabitha passed away when he is six months old. When Rafe showed up at her doorstep and demand access to his son, she is afraid and fears that he will take Joel away from her. And she is also fear for Joel’s safety when Tabitha warned her before about Rafe’s character. Too much like their dominating father who used punches to communicate. But the longer Nicole stays with Rafe, the more she find him the opposite of what her deceased sister had described. They are attracted to each other and Rafe find this is a good thing as he wants Nicole to stay permanently in his life. But there’s someone who is standing between them, Maddie, Rafe’s personal assistant. She’s been hinting and taunting Nicole ever since she saw her and indicate that she and Rafe have a relationship. So what’s going to happen between the three of them?
The only downside of this book is Nicole giving in to Rafe too fast and too soon. She should have him apologize for all the things he said to her when he found out what she had done. But overall, I cannot deny that I enjoy this book tremendously.
This is the graphic novel version of the book. The story might differ slightly from the original. But nonetheless, I still enjoy this book.