Saturday, February 16, 2019

NEW REVIEW - Propositioning Love - Izzy Sweet & Sean Moriarty

He thought I was a hooker. I thought he was a nice guy giving me a ride home… 

We were both wrong. 

Bryce Ericsson is not a nice guy. He’s a ruthless billionaire with a penchant for snapping up failing companies and completely gutting them. 

Unfortunately, I had no clue who he was when I got in his car and spent the hottest night of my life with him. 

When he walks into my office the next day, announcing he’s the new owner of the company I work for, I’m pretty sure I’m going to be fired. 

Then he makes me an offer I can’t refuse. 

They say money can’t buy you love… 

Or can it?

Our Review

Series of unfortunate events? Propositioning Love blew my mind. This book is so much more than just a simple romance novel. There are layers and layers that make up this story. Add in the dynamic characters and over the top heat and you have an amazing book.
The plot of this book intrigued me. A boss/employee romance? I don’t really read those, but even from the blurb I knew this was going to be a little different. I am so glad I gave it a shot. This book’s plot is way more than just a romance. This book tackles some tough topics and unfortunate circumstances. I really liked the theme about assumptions and what they make you.
Zoe is such a quirky character. I liked her fire and tenacity. Even though she made some questionable decisions, I still admired her strength. Then you have Bryce. He is the epitome of alpha male. His reputation for being ruthless precedes him. What I really liked about him was his inner thoughts. What he puts out is not everything that is him.
The chemistry between these two is immediate. It would have to be for the way they started out. From the blurb, I wasn’t sure what I was going to get when it came to their first meeting. Let me tell you I didn’t expect what I got. It was shocking, but so unique and amazing. Add in the hot physical action they get and this is perfect.
The writing style of this book is great. The story is told from a dual point of view. The pace of the story is steady. These two characters have their own motivations, but it was amazing to see how they each fit with each other. I also liked the minor characters. They added to the story, but didn’t overshadow everyone else.
In conclusion, I really enjoyed this book. The characters were wonderful. The story was amazingly written. I would recommend this book to others.
Plot: 5/5
Characters: 5/5
Heat: 5/5
Writing Style: 5/5
Overall: 5/5

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