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Atunah's Romance Haus

I love to read and I love to read Romance. Any kind of romance. Although, I always come back to Historical Romance. I'll also read Urban Fantasy, Historical Mysteries and Historical Fiction. 

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Noreen A. Reilly-Harrington
Feversong: A Fever Novel
Karen Marie Moning

The Marriage Merger (Marriage to a Billionaire)

The Marriage Merger  - Jennifer Probst Solid 4 star for me. In the last book of the series, we met Saywer. And he was quite the scene stealer for me. I liked his mysterious charm and wanted to get more of him. So I was happy to find out that this is his book. And Juliette's of course.And I was not disappointed in their story. I know there was some flirting, or courting going on between Sawyer and the heroine in the last book, but she would not have been the right match for him. Juliette very much is. There is that moment at the beginning when they meet for the first time in his office and the air just sizzles. The undercurrent is just seeping off the pages right there. I was really looking forward to the un-peeling of both of these characters. And initially I thought it was Juliette that was carrying around issue to uncover, but Sawyer had his own demons to deal with. I liked how they kind of did the dealing with it together. With a few hiccups along the way. There is also more sensuality going on than I recall in the other 3 in the series. It worked for these particular characters and was very well done. :)I really liked all 4 in this series. It can be read fine as a standalone, but I recommend reading them all anyway as they are just great fun. Perfect for sitting on the balcony while sipping margaritas, as in my case :). The setting is also so fun and the Italian countryside brought to life for me when they have a ride on their motorcycles. It was also nice to meet Mama Conte again. She is quite the character. Meddling as usual :)Come to think of it, I should have had some limoncello while reading. :)***************Thanks to Netgalley, Gallery Books and Jennifer Probst for providing this ARC