Thursday, 10 March 2016

Review: Fortune's Secret Heir by Allison Leigh

A Change In Fortune

Cool, confident and in control: that's Ben Robinson, the billionaire COO of Robinson Tech. With his imposing height and sharp blue eyes, he can convince anyone to do anything, but suddenly he feels like a fraud. The handsome Texan has just discovered his entire life has been a lie.

With the news that his father might actually be a long-lost—and very prodigal—Fortune, Ben trains his laser focus on determining the truth. He persuades sweet, earnest Ella Thomas to help him in his research; no one would ever suspect the part-time college student of subterfuge. Ella is sensitive and highly intuitive…in other words, Ben's total opposite. And as she digs for his Fortune roots, she may also uncover the billionaire's long-shuttered heart…

Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 15th 2015 by Harlequin

Terri's Thoughts

I won a copy of this book in a giveaway on Goodreads.  In exchange I will offer my honest review.

This story delivers everything that you would expect based on the synopsis and the fact that it is a Harlequin story.

Two opposites attract under rather abnormal circumstances and the drama ensues.  Ben is rich, powerful and handsome while Ella is beautiful, young and inexperienced.  You know where this will lead.

What results is a rather short but entertaining read.  While you know from the get go how the story will end, it is a matter of being along for the ride.

Overall an enjoyable read.

About the Author

A frequent name on bestseller lists, Allison Leigh's highpoint as a writer is hearing from readers that they laughed, cried or lost sleep while reading her books. She’s blessed with an immensely patient family who doesn’t mind (much) her time spent at her computer and who gives her the kind of love she wants her readers to share in every page.

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