REVIEW: The Italian’s Ruthless Seduction by Miranda Lee

Posted February 27th, 2016 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Presents, Review / 2 comments

The-Italians-Ruthless-Seduction-Rich-Ruthless-and-Renowned-1In The Italian’s Ruthless Seduction by Miranda Lee, If Sergio Mancini wants something, he only has to snap his fingers to get it. Except for Bella Williams. No matter how much his stunning stepsister once drove him wild with lust, he never allowed himself to have her, believing she was a gold digger like her mother.

Now, when Bella calls unexpectedly seeking refuge at their secluded family home by Lake Como, their unfulfilled desire resurfaces. No longer able to resist, Sergio ruthlessly decides it’s finally time to quench the fire.

This was a well written romance on the step siblings trope with likable characters. Sergio is an alpha hero who has wanted Bella since a very long time.He is prejudiced, arrogant and cynical. Bella is a sweet heroine who was likable because she was easy to understand and sympathize with. The romance is hot, passionate and the forbidden aspect adds an extra edge to the same. The only thing I found lacking was the intensity and the uneven pace. Overall, an enjoyable romance which would be liked by the author’s fans.

Book Info:

03.5S Published February 23rd 2016 | Harlequin Presents | (Rich, Ruthless and Renowned #1)

What his billions can’t buy…

If Sergio Mancini wants something, he only has to snap his fingers to get it. Except for Bella Williams. No matter how much his stunning stepsister once drove him wild with lust, he never allowed himself to have her, believing she was a gold digger like her mother.

Now, when Bella calls unexpectedly seeking refuge at their secluded family home by Lake Como, their unfulfilled desire resurfaces. No longer able to resist, Sergio ruthlessly decides it’s finally time to quench the fire.

But their one night together only inflames their passion—and now he wants more!

 

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