I’m so excited to reveal the cover for The Sheltered Heiress, Grace and Felix’s story. It is book 4 in the Bolles Dynasty series.
HIS DESIRE FOR REVENGE IS COMPLICATED…
Felix Goldman is a self-made billionaire, admired for his design aesthetic, bold choices, and defending the underdog. But his success hides a core need for revenge. Years ago, the Bolles family destroyed his mother, shattering his childhood and sense of safety. Slowly, he amasses enough wealth to destroy the Bolles’s flagship company–and the legacy of unfairness they’ve left behind. So close to achieving his ultimate goal, Felix didn’t count on Grace Bolles, or the simmering attraction he’d feel for her.
BY FALLING IN LOVE WITH HER.
Grace Bolles lives a careful existence pursuing her artistic endeavors, never letting anyone get too close to her. A chance encounter with the charming Felix Goldman makes her wonder if she’s been missing out on life’s greatest pleasures–but when she discovers he plans to destroy her company and legacy, she’s forced to decide between their growing attraction and her deep sense of self-protection.
Will her love be enough to lead him down a different path, or will his plan for revenge destroy them both?
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I’m over at Harps Romance Book Review for the final stop in The Secret Heiress blog tour! Come by for an excerpt and a review of the novel.
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Harps Romance Review on The Secret Heiress:
I thought the author did a wonderful job with Anna’s character, betrayed first by her father, then a college boyfriend and raised by a cold mother. This is a great read!
Today for The Secret Heiress blog tour I’m over at Erin Cawood’s blog! I’ve got an excerpt from the book and you can enter to win a giftcard.
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Erin Cawood says:
Both Anna and Alistair were fully rounded characters, with conflicts and troubles galore. I was drawn into them and their journey…If you enjoy sweet stories, twisted with a dark back story, and with an added touch of spice, you’ll enjoy The Secret Heiress.
I’m hanging out at LibriAmoriMiei today for the blog tour for The Secret Heiress. Come by to read an excerpt and enter to win a giveaway!
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LibriAmoriMiei on The Secret Heiress:
It was an intriguing and engaging reading, very sentimental but also funny and touching. The plot is strong and well developed, flowing beautifully, there are several twists, witty and great dialogues and lovable and interesting characters…I love this author, her writing is crisp, clear, flawless, and her story-telling is brilliant. I really loved this book from cover to cover.
Today, you can read an excerpt from The Secret Heiress at Romorror Fan Girl. Stop by for a chance to win a giftcard!
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Romorror Fan Girl on The Secret Heiress:
I must say that this book is excellent from the cover till the end.
. Family Feud and Secrets
. And Old flame that could be rekindle
.Two likable main characters (Anna & hot steamy Alastair) and their intense chemistry
. And a lot of money….
It’s a great read, full of steamy scenes and situations, witty dialogues and good secondary characters, and some twists and turns, The Secret Heiress will awake butterflies on your tummy.
Read below for an excerpt from The Convenient Wedding, Book 3 in the Rosa Legacy series. You can purchase it at Amazon in Kindle or paperback. Or you can read it for free with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.
Later that evening, they left the hotel by limousine. Climbing out of the car, Anderson held her upper arm firmly and said in a low voice, “Just follow my lead tonight. Remember we are very much in love. And I adore you.”
Lucia turned and looked into his eyes, “I’m not sure that we are doing the right thing. This could backfire on us.” She became conscious of people watching them. They were dressed in formal attire and standing close to one another on the sidewalk, bystanders were slowing down and looking at them.
“You look beautiful, bella.” he murmured. “And I worship the ground that you walk on.” He put his hand behind her head and claimed her mouth in a show of passion. Anger flashed through her body and she bit down on his lower lip. He let go of her and stepped back. She could see a flash of indignation in his sharp gaze.
“I’m not your puppet. And I’ll not be ordered around.” Lucia contradicted him.
She could see a few reporters hanging around the entrance to the hotel, less than fifty feet from them.
Anderson planted his feet wide and stood before her. “I didn’t suggest you were. But we are in this together and you have reasons of your own not to allow our association to dissolve into tabloid fodder. Don’t push me too far or I’ll walk away without a backward glance.”
Her eyes clashed with his until he broke the standoff and escorted her into the hotel.
Read below for an excerpt from The Exiled Jeweler, Book 2 in the Rosa Legacy series. You can purchase it on Amazon for Kindle and paperback. Or read it for free with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.
Alex observed the expressions fleeting across Emilia’s face as she acknowledged him. Her shoulders straightened and she turned a pale, set-in-stone face toward him. She had been so elusive that it had been impossible to make contact with her. But making a bid for Berceto had brought her out of hiding.
The elusive heiress said something to her father. Emilia Berceto held her father in the palm of her hand. But handing her the company on a silver platter was beyond her father’s ability at this point. Berceto would be lucky if they were in business in six months.
She had refused any contact with him after that night, which still rankled him. Her parents had shipped her off to parts unknown. He would have insisted on protecting her and suing the tabloids.
He could feel his chest tighten as he remembered her spell. At the gala, he could barely keep his eyes off of her. She tempted him in a way that no other woman had and then left without a backward glance.
But he had made a mistake with her. He hadn’t known how sheltered and out of her element she had been. She had been kept hidden from view and overly protected so the press didn’t even have her on their radar. He had been shocked when he found out several days later that their moment of passion had been caught on film.
Now the Berceto Empire was rumored to be short on cash and hurting for sales. The surprising element in all of this was that Emilia, instead of being merely a spoiled rich kid, possessed a hidden talent for design and the determination to succeed in her own right.
Alex stepped closer and shook her father’s hand before turning his gaze on her.
“Emilia.” He let gaze rake over her and noticed she took a slight step back.
Her face was exquisite with the barest application of makeup. She no longer had shoulder-length brown hair; instead it had been replaced with shocking red hair reaching her mid-back. He noticed her slim build and the feminine shape of her hips and breasts. She had lost some of her shyness but still seemed self-contained and elusive.
Peter Berceto said, “I didn’t realize the two of you had met before.”
She held his gaze. “We haven’t officially.”
“Alexander Armati, I would like to introduce my daughter, Emilia Berceto.”
She held out her graceful hand. “It’s a pleasure to meet you, Mr. Armati.”
Alex could feel an awareness pass through him as he felt the touch of her hand. Banishing the memory of their past encounter from his mind to stay focused.
The maître d’ seated them in the glassed-in patio area and placed a wine menu on the table. Peter Berceto excused himself to call his brother.
Glancing at the menu, he ordered a bottle of chardonnay for the table. The server nodded politely and moved away.
Meeting her gaze, he said, “You and I have unfinished business.”
Emilia sat up straighter, twisting the cloth napkin in her hands. “I don’t want to talk about the past. My only concern is the future of Berceto Designs.”
He didn’t understand her avoidance. He had thought about her for months and months after their brief encounter. But she had refused every one of his calls. “Does your family know that I was the man in the photographs captured in the garden?”
I’m stopping by Unabridged Andra as part of The Convenient Wedding blog tour. I talk about why book reviews are so important, and I’ve got an excerpt from the Rosa Legacy’s third book which includes this snippet:
Lucia Montgomery knew failure was a likely outcome of the evening’s celebration. Looking around at the glittering social elite clamoring for her grandfather’s attention, she wanted to make her escape. But instead she held her ground. Taking a sip of chilled champagne, she waited for the evening to unfold. She smiled openly at anyone who approached her and exchanged pleasantries waiting for her moment.
-The Convenient Wedding
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Come visit Long and Short Reviews today, where I’ve got an excerpt from The Exiled Jeweler. This is the last stop on The Exiled Jeweler blog tour, which I hope you enjoyed!
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