Unlocking the Tycoon’s Heart by Ella Hayes

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I’m not sure I will be able to convey how much I loved this book but I will try!

The instant I picked this book up I think I was destined to love it. When a book starts with “a signalling fault?” I could feel the panic in Mia’s voice and know that I have felt it before! I was so hooked that I read the entire book in one go, and even forgot dinner I was so engrossed
Mia is a writer and blogger who lives in Amsterdam, her brother Ash is hoping to go into business with Theo, CEO of a major Dutch IT firm but his train is late. Mia has to come up with an idea and fast to try and save her brothers presentation and the story that follows had me gripped! 
I loved Mia as a character, she has been hurt badly in the past and she is very cautious about new relationships. She is very independent and she has a cat who is the one that no one wanted (like Magic). Her character and personality come through so strongly in everything she does and makes her so relatable and loveable 
Theo is rich and important but also immensely private thanks to his past and the demons that still haunt him. He is thrown totally when he meets Mia and he seems so real and confused, he didn’t want to feel like this… He feels so very real and I’m sure many people will relate to his story and will fall in love with him like I did
Both Theo and Mia change and develop hugely as characters throughout and it makes them so relatable and real. The back drop of Amsterdam makes it different, I don’t know the city but the descriptions make me want to go visit and find out more!
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a romance with huge character development, amazing characters and a fabulous setting! 
AM 🐾 x

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Filed under Drama, love, Mills and Boon, Modern, romance

2 responses to “Unlocking the Tycoon’s Heart by Ella Hayes

  1. Reblogged this on This Writer and commented:
    So wonderful for my alter ego, Ella Hayes to receive a review like this…
    Thank you Anna!

  2. Thank you so much Anna. I love that you have been touched by this book! Cleuso was based on a an actual drowning cat (rescued thankfully). We witnessed the whole thing when we were in Amsterdam so I had to write it into the story, with a few embellishments!!

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