Ready for a new review of a romance novel in a Christmas-y setting?
“Stolen Kiss With Her Billionaire Boss“, written by Susan Meier, is a Romance novel, published on 1st December 2020, by Harlequin/Mills and Boon, and it’s the third book in the Christmas At Harrington Park Hotel series.
I want to thank Rachel, at Rachel’s Random Resources, and Susan Meier for the eCopy of this book and for allowing me to join in the fun and being a part of the blog tour with my honest review of the book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
Christmas has arrived…
And she’s spending it with her boss!New Yorker Erin is intrigued when Hugo Harrington asks for her help on a hotel renovation in London, just weeks before Christmas! But Erin soon discovers how personal this project is to her brooding boss. Watching him wrestle with the memories of his past uncovers a side to Hugo she’s never seen. And then a stolen snowbound kiss changes everything…
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About the Author
Susan Meier is a lover of a great story and a fabulous turn of phrase. What better home for her than Mills and Boon where stories touch the heart? She found her bliss when Harlequin published her first book and hasn’t looked back. A mom of three and wife to the best guy on the planet, she loves reading almost as much as writing, and thanks the heavens for the internet and YouTube which have made research so much fun.
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Who doesn’t love a good office romance? Who doesn’t like a Christmas-y romance? If the answer is “Me!” then you may want to check out this book.
First, this is book three in a series but you can read it as a Standalone, that’s what I did. Although, let me tell you that I now want to read the previous books, that were written by two other authors (Christmas Reunion in Paris by Liz Fielding & Their Royal Baby Gift by Kandy Shepherd).
In this story we follow Erin and Hugo, an employee and her boss. Who could resist that kind of love story on a cold winter night? I love them, they can be very fun and light. But this one… This novel had some extra elements that made me curious with each page. It wasn’t just about the romance, it was about the past of the characters and the revelations along the storyline.
I love the growth of the characters and their relationship. Loved getting to know them and understanding their motivations in each action and plan. The changes, the challenges, the attraction, and the holiday setting. It was all heartwarming and interesting.
It grabbed my attention and it was just the kind of book I enjoy reading if I just want to take my mind of life. Because I could focus on the characters and their struggles and love and see them get an happy ending. I know these romances always bring me a smile in the end.
Overall, I had fun, as expected and now I want to read the previous books so I can understand the other characters.
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