So… it’s been quiet here in a few days as I fractured my right hand and writing is not easy, but I cannot help myself as I absolutely loved Summer Escape with the Tycoon which I read mostly whilst I was waiting in A&E (pointlessly because it would’ve been 5h+ to be seen), and finished it whilst I was waiting in Urgent Care the following day.
Year Of Publication: 16 May 2019
Publisher: Mills & Boon
My rating: 4.5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“In this Destination Brides story, bidding on a Canadian adventure vacation results in the trip of a lifetime for divorce lawyer Molly Quinn in more ways than one… Paired up with gorgeous tycoon Eric Chambault, they’re pushed out of their comfort zones and closer together, until Molly can’t resist embarking on a fling. But as their vacation comes to an end, will their summer romance work in the real world?” [Goodreads]
Molly is a divorce lawyer and for the first time in her life takes an unexpected adventure break in Canada and that’s where she meets -again – Eric, a rich businessman that recently divorced. Although the characters sat at opposite ends, the chemistry between them felt real and it sparkled. Both Molly and Eric felt like real humans with real problems trying to figure out life and where to go from there. The characters grew a lot through the story and I really liked that there was no silly miscommunication trope happening and discussed like adults and it made the angst even more potent as real feelings were in the way, and old perceptions.
This book was written with maturity and I was glued until the end, needing to know how it all ended. It was easy to relate to the characters and I felt an emotional connection to both of them. The backdrop of the story was beautiful as well, transporting me to places I have never been.
I will happily read more from this author and recommend it to the Romance enthusiasts! Not one to miss!!