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Feature book: An Unlikely Bride for the Billionaire

14 December 2016

an-unlikely-bride-for-the-billionaireAn Unlikely Bride for the Billionaire by Michelle Douglas

What is the most important thing in a person? Money? Character? Understanding? Dylan is about to find out.

Mia Maydew is an introvert by nature. She also has a past to hide. But when she becomes the centre of the Fairweather wedding plans, she struggles to hide her past and deal with the very handsome and sexy Dylan. Dylan takes it a step further by then asking her to be his girlfriend so that he can assess his future brother-in-law’s intentions. He doesn’t believe the caustic Thierry is suitable for his sister, Carla.

Dylan Fairweather is a man who gets what he wants. And he wants Mia to be attentive to Carla, as she has few close friends and he wants to check up on Carla’s fiancé. Dylan and Carla have lost their parents and did not have the best experiences with other family members. These experience are more about their inability to achieve great heights in the ‘real’ world.

Soon Dylan has wormed his way into Mia’s professional and private life. He stops her from being fired and helps her redecorate her unit. Mia has been keeping a very low profile due to her prison record. Dylan is at first shocked but as he comes to know Mia, he realises she couldn’t have done what she was convicted for but must have taken the fall for someone else. Completing her prison sentence meant it relieved her of her guilt.

I really enjoy books that have heroines that are not perfect. I don’t mean the heroine is in self-critical mode but has either a real issue or in this case has a prison record. It makes them more real and makes the hero try harder to win her over. This is a nice story but it is the resilience in the heroine that will absorb the reader. Naturally, there is a very satisfactory ending and a comeuppance for one character.

Reviewed by Heather

A review copy of this book was provide by the author. ARRA members who leave a comment on the blog by 28 December 2016 will go into the draw to win a copy.

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3 Comments
  1. michelledouglas permalink
    9 January 2017 11:50 am

    Thanks for the lovely review, Heather!

    Lyn, I’m so glad you enjoyed the book. I have a big soft spot for this heroine. 🙂

    Thanks, Yvonne, and if you do ever read it, I hope you enjoy it. 🙂

  2. lynette williams permalink
    2 January 2017 11:18 am

    another easy reading novel from Michelle Douglas –well written and good to see the heroine get on with her life after a bad experience —-Lyn W

  3. Yvonne bartlett permalink
    17 December 2016 2:30 am

    Thanks for the good review Heather and congratulations to Michelle on this book’s release. Definitely intrigued by a heroine with a difficult past and a hero that never gives up.

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