Sunday, December 27, 2020

BOOK REVIEW- Kidnapping the Brazilian Tycoon (The Brazilians Book 1) by Carmen Falcone *


Addison Reed lost her fiancé, but she'll do whatever it takes to protect his legacy. When the gorgeous and arrogant landowner, Brazilian millionaire Bruno Duarte, who is thwarting her at every turn, refuses to meet with her, she puts her plan into action. He will listen to her. 

Bruno's plan was simple: return to Brazil and marry to fulfill his father's dying wish. But when his engagement crumbles, and he's stranded with an idealistic woman hell-bent on saving a tribe of people on his land, he sees the perfect solution. If his feisty and passionate abductor agrees to a bogus marriage, he'll relocate the tribe. 

With the Brazilian heat rivaling the growing heat of their desire, Bruno and Addison must choose between abandoning their respective plans and give in to each other, or part their ways for good. 



 I liked this story although I can't say that it's a favorite.  It did have it's moments though.  It had moments of humor, sweetness, sexual heat and emotions  There were plenty of emotions and from more than one source and reasons.
I liked part of the story that had to do with the Tuanis tribe.  
Bruno had a dark secret and it was quite the surprise.  Serena was a part of that secret and though she didn't seem to want to cause trouble, she just couldn't seem to keep her mouth shut.  She usually opened her mouth and spilled at the worst possible times.
The story comes to an unexpected solution of a major problem and it was a good one that included a H.E.A.  for the deserving couple.

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