REVIEW: In the Brazilian’s Debt by Susan Stephens

Posted February 18th, 2015 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Presents, Review / 4 comments

In In the Brazilian’s Debt kicks of Hot Brazilian Nights! series by Susan Stephens. Lizzie Fane is in In the Brazilian's DebtBrazil to seek Chico Fernandez’s help for her Scottish estate’s equestrian farm restoration. She’s never forgiven the arrogant Brazilian polo star for abandoning her years before, so instead she will collect on the debt he owes her.

Chico never forgot Lizzie and her parent’s false accusations but his revenge plans falls away when passion flares in the sultry Brazilian heat, revealing feelings he never thought he was capable of!

In the Brazilian’s Debt by Susan Stephens was a well written romance with amazing chemistry between the main characters. Portuguese phrases add a nice touch to an enjoyable story.

Lizzie was a likable heroine who was still hung over Chico, even though she was not willing to admit it. Her past was not perfect and it changed her perspective quite a lot. Chico is a likable hero and though revenge is his first motive, he slowly starts to feel a lot more towards Lizzie.The romance is emotional and passionate because of the amazing chemistry the characters share.

Overall, In the Brazilian’s Debt is an enjoyable romance which will be loved by Susan Stephens fans. I am looking forward to the next book in this series!

 

Book Info:

4SPublished February 17th 2015 by Harlequin Presents Series #3318 | (Hot Brazilian Nights! #1)

Paying for the past

Lady Elizabeth Fane has two choices: lose her family’s Scottish stud farm or swallow her pride and beg Chico Fernandez for help. She’s never forgiven the arrogant Brazilian polo star for abandoning her years before, so instead she will collect on the debt he owes her.

Yet in the sultry Brazilian heat passions flare, revealing feelings Lizzie thought she had long conquered. That is until Chico finally reveals the truth behind his desertion and Lizzie realizes that he not only has power over her body but it’s she who is in the Brazilian’s debt!

 

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4 Responses to “REVIEW: In the Brazilian’s Debt by Susan Stephens”

  1. Tammy Y

    I always enjoy Susan’s books. Will look for this book next month. Thanks for the nice review.

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