Mini-Reviews: The Billionaire’s Legacy 3 – 4

 

 

Here are some more reviews from Harlequin’s The Billionaire’s Legacy series.

Book – To Blackmail a Di Sione by Rachel Thomas

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While I usually enjoy fake fiancée books, I didn’t care for this one. I just didn’t like Liev, and I didn’t buy his backstory. Instead of making him sympathetic, I thought it made him seem weak. And going to jail for 5 years for stealing a stale loaf of bread and potatoes? Even if it was in Russia, that seemed an unbelievably harsh sentence for a 13 year old. You’d think that at least he would have been given 3 squares a day, but that was never mentioned – only that he burned for revenge as he labored hard in prison. His rage was also misdirected, because Bianca’s brother wasn’t the person who had “destroyed” his parents. I guess I did like that the grandfather was hardly in this installment of the series, pressuring his grandkids and making them do really stupid things to get back the jewels he sold off when he was younger. Though they all seem more than ready to do reckless and unwise things to get the “lost mistresses” back all on their own.

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Review: A Di Sione for Greek’s Pleasure by Kate Hewitt

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I thought this was going to be a winner until about halfway through, when the heroine and hero actually started spending time together. As they revealed their tragic pasts to each other, I found that I just didn’t care about either one of them. Angelos was especially hard to sympathize with; he’s a grumpy, stern, unapproachable man who has basically ignored his young grieving daughter for 7 years, choosing to write letters to her instead of speaking to her because he’s not worthy of her love. Instead, he hides away from her, leaving her on his private island paradise while he works around the globe, keeping busy so he doesn’t have time to think about her, his deceased wife, or the fire destroyed his life. I just wasn’t feeling it.

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Mini-Reviews: The Billionaire’s Legacy 1 – 2

 

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I wanted to read this Harlequin series because several of my favorite authors contributed a volume.  Here are my thoughts on the first tow volumes of The Billionaire’s Legacy.

Book 1 – Di Sione’s Innocent Conquest by Carol Marinelli

I feel that this author’s writing style is very dry and that keeps the protagonists at arms length. I never really got to know their inner thoughts and feelings, and instead of feeling the characters’ emotions, I was told what they are. I didn’t care for that. I also thought Matteo was a selfish, spoiled rich kid who was using his parents’ failures as an excuse for his bad behavior. I did enjoy the racing bits, and wish there had been more of that.

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Review: Rodeo Father by Mary Sullivan

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I had a few problems with Rodeo Father, but most of them stemmed from the supporting cast.  Rachel, pregnant and struggling to provide for her family, was recently widowed.  Her husband, a reckless man with little skill keeping a roof over his growing family, died in a motorcycle accident.  With few options open to her, Rachel was forced to move in with her mother, a woman with hardly a nurturing bone in her body.  When a stranger purchases the house that Rachel has been saving every penny for the down payment, it doesn’t seem that life can get any more unfair.  Travis, a man who has no intentions of setting down roots anywhere, purchased the house for his sister and her young sons.

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Review: The Christmas Triplets by Tanya Michaels

 

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This is the ultimate holiday, feel good romance. Megan is working hard trying to support her young triplets, and Will, her neighbor, has just been saddled with an infant. Megan disapproves of Will’s love’em and leave’em lifestyle, but all Will wanted was to marry his high school sweetheart and live happily ever after. Too bad she dumped him right before the wedding. Megan has her share of heartbreak, too, having been married to a serial cheater.

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Review: Bride by Royal Decree by Caitlin Crews

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Review by PooPenny

I really wish I could rate this 3.5 stars.

Anyways, to the meat of this. I would have rated 4 stars but I just did NOT like Reza or Maggy all that much. First off, Reza is trying to hard to be a cold, calculating, uncaring king because he does not want to be his father. Ok, I get that. You want to be better, but that doesn’t mean you get to be a fucking prick.

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Spotlight and Giveaway: Man of Actin by Janie Crouch @TastyBookTours @janiecrouch

 
He was a man of action—especially when it came to
protecting his new undercover partner…

 
MAN OF ACTION
Omega Sector: Critical Response #4
Janie Crouch
Releasing June 21st, 2016
Harlequin Intrigue
 
 
He was a man of action—especially when it came to protecting his new undercover partner…

At nineteen, Andrea Gordon’s life was forever changed. After proving herself instrumental in a bank hostage crisis, she became one of Omega Sector’s top agents. Four years later, her skill at reading people is unrivaled—until she meets fellow profiler Brandon Han. Paired together to track a serial killer who has been targeting at-risk women, the two become entangled beyond the case. Their mutual attraction deepens as they get closer to the truth. But when Andrea’s own sordid past surfaces, they will both be forced to question everything about the assignment…and each other.
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