I didn’t expect to inherit a multi-million pound estate – especially under dubious circumstances – but I’ve only ever wanted to be financially secure.
For years I’ve been cast out from my family, desperately scraping together a living, trying to find some self-worth in the process.
But the rightful heir – Will Dawlish – hates my guts.
A-Daw-rable Dawlish, the papers call him. Dee-Lish Dawlish.
I’d like to think we could be friends, allies even, but all he wants is his inheritance back.
And even though Will’s distractingly handsome, even though he’s adored by the country as a cricketing legend, he’s emotionally bankrupt.
I just want my grandfather’s inheritance back. I’ve got big plans to realise, and Kate Parsons has utterly derailed them.
After pursuing her through my lawyers, I’m left with one brazen plan.
Marrying her is the only option.
It makes good business sense; the divorce will be clean and tidy, my finances restored.
There will be nothing romantic between us because there’s absolutely nothing to like about Kate Parsons.
Not her lies, her mysteries, nor her blatant thievery.
And when she walks down the aisle towards me, I refuse to be moved by her graceful beauty.
I don’t want to notice her dazzling smile.
All I need to focus on is the next twelve months. Except, I also have to meet a stipulation of the prenup: consummating this marriage.
If you like your romances sexy, playful, and with guys in full possession of killer smiles, bods and moves, then buy this book!
The Rags to Riches books are a collection of steamy romance stories which can be read in any order, though reader enjoyment will be improved if you start with Marrying The Heiress.
Fun and addictive
Following the death of a friend Kate has been left in the position of being forced to marry his nephew, Will Dawlish more commonly known as Daw, due to a complicated inheritance bequest in his will
I liked Kate, she is smart and independent, she stands up for what she believes in and she doesn’t let Daw push her around or force her to release the inheritance money which I really liked and admired about her. She was her own person and she felt like a real person to me, not just a character
Daw is a retired England cricketer who has been working on projects for the last few years which need investment so his grandfathers death and the inheritance going to Kate really put a spanner in the works. He isn’t really a nice person to start with but as the story develops, his background comes out and he becomes more real and relatable. He had a lot of emotional pain which impacts his character but his relationship with Kate helps him to start to process things. He is determined and also frustrated when things don’t go his way but he is also committed and by the end I loved him and found myself wishing that he and Kate could sort things out
There is a lot of drama in this book with the inheritance such a huge part of the story and also a big divider between them. It asked what was important and both Daw and Kate set tests for each other, expecting the other would fail and prove their beliefs about them true. Breaking down their relationship and the emotions that wind around them as characters made this book feel genuine
I was hooked right from the start and there was so much that I loved, there are certain bits that I end up reading again and again because they are so important but also so emotional and at times made me smile
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a romance of enemies to lovers who have many bumps in the road but who fight for what is important
AM 🐾 x
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I loved reading romance books so much, I started to write my own. Featuring my own personal swoon-worthy book boyfriends with killer bods/smiles/moves and playful banter, hopefully, you’ll enjoy these heartfelt stories too.
I live in Norfolk, England and write stories with heat, heart and happily ever after.