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Contemporary, Cinderella #Romance – My Year with the Billionaire by Rachael Stewart

In the latest Harlequin Romance by Rachael Stewart, can spending a year with the infamous billionaire be enough to tempt Summer back into his arms?

My Review:

A heartwarming, contemporary Cinderella romance,
Where his Gran's will gives them both a second chance.
They first met when she was fostered by his Gran,
Before she became scared - and away she ran!

Travelling the world, not putting down roots at all
All her possessions in a bag, no real home to call.
Meanwhile he's worked hard, become a billionaire
But secretly for the other they both still care.

Gran's will requires them on her estate to stay
Together there for a whole year - what will they say?
She's left them letters, with sage comments, too,
What will they next decide to do?

What a lovely story, filled with fear and chances
A fairy tale story, it even has dances!
Growing up, they were both loved by Gran,
Even though dead, she's doing the best for them she can.

I really enjoyed escaping into this book,
Such a moving read, I hope you'll take a look.
For my complementary copy, I say thank you,
As I share with you this, my honest review.

My twelve months of sacrifice…

…or temptation?

My foster mother’s will states I, Summer, must live with her grandson, infamous billionaire Edward Fitzroy, for one year on her Scottish estate or we forfeit our inheritance! Years ago, scared of our intense connection, I left without saying goodbye… Now I’m completely unprepared for how devastatingly attractive Edward’s become—and how he still makes me feel. We’re from different worlds. Surely this can’t work! But it’s oh so tempting to give in to the sparks flying between us…

From Harlequin Romance:  Be swept away by glamorous and heartfelt love stories.

Publisher: Harlequin Romance

Published: September 27, 2022

256 pages

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