Tycoon Reunion by Candace Havens, Shannon Leigh
Date Read: February 2014
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Sparks fly when a project brings a heartbreaker back to town and into the path of the woman he left behind. He’s determined to win her over in the boardroom … and the bedroom!
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Also by this author: A Riveting Affair br> br>
Read for Review (Author Copy)
Overall Rating: 3.50
Story Rating: 3.50
Character Rating: 3.50
First Thought when Finished: Tycoon Reunion by Candace Havens and Shannon Leigh was a very quick read with two characters I would have loved to read in a full length novel!
Overall Thoughts: I am not much of a short book fan so I tend to read them with two thoughts in mind: A) Do the characters grab my attention and B) Does the story want me to read more. Tycoon Reunion was a win in both of these categories. While fans of short stories will find this complete and fulfilling, I admit that I wanted to know more about these characters. I wanted more of their story and their romance. I caught glimpses of a past I would have liked more details on and their “banter” was fun enough I wanted more of it. In other words, I really enjoyed what I got but wanted more!
Final Thought: Would have liked Tycoon Reunion to be longer but enjoyed the story as it was!
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