Island Fling with the Tycoon by Therese Beharrie

Tuesday, October 8, 2019


by Therese Beharrie
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Adult
Publisher: Harlequin Romance
Publication Date: September 1st 2019
Source: ARC received for review
Star Quotient: ★★★★
Kiss Factor: ✷✷✷✷

A Greek setting and Therese Beharrie? I was so in! Everyone already knows how much I adore this author and her angsty (in a very good way) stories. I was quick to dive into the book (and very late to review it as usual).

As always, Therese delivers on a story that punches you right in the hurt and manages to make you ache with how romantic it is. She writes flawlessly flawed characters who you instantly connect with. The heroines in her books are some of my all-time favorites, and I'm happy to add Piper to that list. Piper has not had the best childhood and she has only just reconnected with her brother, Liam. Now she's on her way to his wedding in Greece. At the airport, she meets Caleb, her new sister-in-law's brother, who is there to pick her up. Though both are grumpy about the situation, their chemistry is instantaneous.

When Piper's brother runs away right before the wedding, it's up to Piper and Caleb to find him before the big day. Caleb was just the perfect companion for Piper. He is so patient and kind with her, it 100% melted my cold-heart. Caleb is not a man of many words, but we get to know all the layers he had. I loved them together, and as with all of Therese's couples, Piper and Caleb talk a ton throughout the book, which makes their connection feel even stronger. You are 100% going to root for them and their HEA. Also, I *have* to mention the wonderful Greek setting. I felt like I was transported to Greece which is always a top quality in a book!

The author takes you on absolute emotional roller coaster with Island Fling with the Tycoon and every moment is like a dream. If after all my reviews of her books you still haven't read anything by Therese Beharrie, then I ask, what are you waiting for? If you love your romances wholesome and just full of love, she is a must-read author!

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