Love, betrayal and a family feud
Eleanor’s grandfather left her his business when he died which included a hotel in Greece. Jace has been told that her grandfather conned his father out his half of the hotel. Marrying Eleanor is the only way he has any chance of regaining his birthright
I liked Eleanor, she is a strong, smart, capable woman who has vulnerabilities making her so much more real. She wants to do what is best for her family, even if that means she ends up married to Jace, it’s just a business deal, right?
Jace comes across as ruthless and willing to do anything to get the hotel back but as the book develops so does his character. He becomes more human with a complex story which explains why he doesn’t trust or believe in love, why he is so ruthless but at the same time it’s possible to see how he changes when his beliefs are challenged making him into a much more loveable character
Jace is so caught up in the past that it dominates his story and colours everything that happens making the story more challenging to read but then something happens that makes you forgive him and fall in love with him again. They both develop so much throughout the story and by the end they feel so real and that had me addicted to this book
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a romance that challenges you but which will also captivate you and totally pull you in (plus some fabulous characters)
AM 🐾 x