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Boardrooms & A Billionaire Heir by Paula Roe
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Sep 12, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: contemporary-romance, australian-authors, paula-roe

Review from Romance Reviews Today

Jake is an appealing character: rich, handsome, hard working, and so emotionally vulnerable he denies he even has feelings. Holly is his perfect match, although she hardly thinks so, coming from a less than affluent family as she does. Their romance is sexually charged but is also a love affair that will touch your heartstrings.

Oh. Wow! This fifth title in the Diamonds Down Under series does not disappoint! It is a rugged and emotional ride that blends well with the previous works. Great characters, lush setting, and a view of life on the ultra-rich side make for an enjoyable read. You will want to read the previous titles first for the full impact of the combined authors' efforts, but if you start with this title you will still enjoy it; you'll just be compelled to find the first title. So make sure to save BOARDROOMS & A BILLIONAIRE HEIR for a later reread after you do read book one of the series. For those following the series, a few mysteries remain to intrigue you about the concluding story, but James's return to the family is an emotional story too good to miss.

Robin Lee

RT Book Reviews

Paula Roe pens an unforgettable story of love lost and found in Forgotten Marriage (4.5). The accident that killed his father also left large holes in Finn Sorensen's memory, and there's only one person who can help him fill in the blanks before he loses his father's multimillion dollar company: his almost ex-wife -- a woman he barely remembers. Why did their marriage fail? Roe paints a stormy, passionate picture, and her characters are richly etched and multilayered.

—Pat Cooper

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