A huge thank you to Rachel and Harlequin for allowing me to join this tour. How can you resist that cover?
Reunited with Her Blue-Eyed Billionaire by Barbara Wallace
Genre: Romance (Mills & Boon True Love)
Tour Dates: 27th – 31st January 2021
Publication Date: January 2021
Formats available: Mobi, Epub or PDF
Publisher: Harlequin / Mills&Boon
Estimated Page Count – 250
Potential Trigger Warnings: Past Drug Use/Addiction/ Minor Character Death (Overdose)
Pre-Order Link – https://amzn.to/36LZwrw
For billionaire Whit Martin, Jamie Rutkowski is the one who got away. Now his college girlfriend is back to celebrate their best’s friend’s marriage. As their chemistry reignites into an even greater passion, Whit’s determined that this time their relationship will work. But are they ready to unlock the secrets of their past…if it means a chance at forever?
Absolutely adored this book!
I just love books about second chances. This one did the trope so well, I could not stop reading. I think it was sweet and steamy in just the right ways. I was rooting for them since the start. I knew it was going to be worth it, and the entire story is just so good.
The chemistry was good. This was some of the best romance I have come across in awhile. I was glad they had the chemistry and watched it coming to fruition was very sweet.
Even though they had a tough past to get over, I am glad they worked it out and had a happy ending.
This is a perfect book to enjoy while having a relaxing time, and it made me love it even more.
About Barbara Wallace
Barbara Wallace is the best selling author of over two dozen romance and cozy mystery novels. Her books can be found world-wide, including the UK, France, Germany, Canada, Italy and Australia.
A native New Englander, Barb lives in the suburbs with her husband of thirty-one years. Their only son is married and lives on a farm in the middle of nowhere. When she’s not writing, you’ll find her hard at work at her other job, that of an unappreciated caretaker to two demanding rescue cats. For some reason they seem to think laps are for petting, not laptop computers.
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