After living all her life in the jungle of Panama, Destiny is on her way to London to claim her inheritancea business worth millions! Flung into a city jungle, Destiny feels lost, self-conscious and out of her depth in the world of international business. Especially as her company has a predatorhandsome, ruthless tycoon Callum Ross. He's determined to own her company; sheAfter living all her life in the jungle of Panama, Destiny is on her way to London to claim her inheritancea business worth millions! Flung into a city jungle, Destiny feels lost, self-conscious and out of her depth in the world of international business. Especially as her company has a predatorhandsome, ruthless tycoon Callum Ross. He's determined to own her company; she won't sell. So he has a proposal for hermerger by matrimony!...
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Merger by Matrimony Reviews
This is one of those little gems hidden away in the corner somewhere accumulating dust under a nondescript package and a title that is woefully inadequate to do justice to the substance inside. This is one of those little gems that keep me reading one bad Harlequin after the other and enduring bad writing after bad writing in hopes of encountering a little gem like this. After too many bouts of bad Harlequins with bad writing, I usually turn to a Cathy Williams book as a balm to soothe my HP reader indignation. There is usually not any "wow" factor in Ms. Williams' books, but you know you'll get a nice solid read with competent writing. Kind of like vanilla ice cream. Nice, reliable, bland. Cleansing for the palate. It was with that expectation that I turned to this little book. And wow, was I in for a pleasant surprise. First of all, this is a very well written book in terms of the writing itself. For that alone, this was a pleasure to read. But add very likable characters and a heroine who is refreshingly outspoken and blunt and actually a multi-lingual doctor and child prodigy with a very sigh-worthy love story and you have got yourself a keeper. Ms. Williams did a wonderful job in really making you feel the anger and frustration resulting from the desperation, helplessness and utter confusion felt by a strong alpha hero brought to his knees by unexpected and overwhelming love. That was really very eloquently portrayed in subtle ways.Highly recommended for the endearing characters, a strong but lovable heroine and a completely besotted hero with skillful writing and a refreshing change of pace. This is a romance book with a lot of class.
Rating 3.5 starsThis book was so unlike a typical HP. The heroine has always lead a different life, helping people so when she is suddenly left with a company and inheritance from an uncle she doesn't know and needs to go to England. Everything, the opulence etc is a shock to her and then there is the hero who wants her to sell the company and is engaged to her step-cousin. I loved how the hero's engagement is dissolved and how the hero is the one who falls for her first.
Easy reading but not very believable.
Loved the hero!
Destiny our heroine is a doctor who is living in the jungle of Panama with her father. When she inherits a company she has to go to London to claim it. There she meets her cousin Stephanie and her cousin's fiance tycoon Callum Ross. Callum is determined to own her company but Destiny has other ideas. As always Cathy Williams's writing is flawless and top notch. The heroine was fierce, intelligent and sweet. Callum was hot, caring, protective and absolutely smitten with Destiny from pretty much the moment they met - even if he wouldn't admit it to himself! It was quite funny watching him jealous and insecure! Cute and fluffy read :)
Okay, this novel was so damn sweet it made my teeth hurt. There was very little conflict and I actually adored the characters. There was no villain other then the hero and heroine torturing themselves and we even got to see what happened between Stephanie and Henri. It was great.
Better than many Harlequin stories since the main male character was mostly just a jerk instead of a proto-rapist alpha-hole, but it still ultimately suffered from pretty one dimensional characters, a relationship destroying inability to profess ones love, and that same love appearing wholecloth from nothing in a matter of days. Mix in a sugary sweet HEA and it follows exactly the same formula as every other Harlequin novel I've ever read.
she was teacher in south america boring