Reviewed by Sandra Scholes
Synopsis: When Lily has had enough of trying to prevent a hostile takeover of the family business, she decides she needs some time for herself. Her attention goes to Todd, a bartender with plenty of money who wants to spend it on a lady like her. He’s not bad in bed either, so he provides a distraction from the other men who have annoyed her along the last two novels.
Lily however finds she is getting on with Alejandro, a wealthy Cuban-American who has it all, looks, power and of course wealth, but he also has a brother, Rodrigo who is currently dating her sister Dahlia.
Review: After a disastrous romance over the past couple of novels, Lily thinks she might have fallen in love when she dates Alejandro. He is the man with everything she wants, yet her discovery of a photo of him being photographed with a model makes her think he isn’t the man for her after all. What I liked the most was how Lily got even with her sister as she is watching what is going on between Dahlia and her lover – the other brother and is enjoying her sister’s reaction. For a woman who has spent her whole life being spurned and used by men, she seems to have made a full recovery and grown into a strong woman. I suppose it could be something to do with being left to run a business – or it could be those men who have been bad to her.
- Lily’s dating one brother, Dahlia’s dating the other brother – it’s a hoot!
- Alejandro being a silver-tongued devil.
- The difference two novels makes to a woman like Lily.
Summary: As Lily has grown as a woman, this makes her more desirable to men, and the reader. I loved reading how she overcame all her problems only to be confronted by more later on. She can be seen as a crusader for women the world over, and still have a considerable sex drive – good on her! I found this story to be as sensual, hot and as good as the last two and look forward to reading the next installment.