THE ENEMY’S DAUGHTER
January 16, 2017
Contemporary, Erotic, May/December, Rubenesque
Rating: 5 Cups
Alaric Blue Patterson is angry that his enemy stole another lucrative business deal away from him. He sets out to get revenge with his eye on the competitor’s princes, Bella.
Bella just wants to lead a normal life and make her deceased mother and loving father proud. She has been unlucky in love, but when she meets Blue she thinks her luck is looking up.
Alaric is shocked when he meets Bella, but is unable to see past his greed and pride. Bella has stars in her eyes because she cannot believe somebody like Blue is interested in her. When she finds out about Alaric she realizes he was no different than all the others and her heart crumbles from the pain. Alaric fell in love but lost the only love of his life because of his enemy and now he is unsure who is the enemy because when he looks in the mirror his true enemy is looking right back. Can Alaric convince the one woman who could not care less about the superficial trappings of life or will he be doomed to a lifetime of misery?
Ms. Crescent tells a fantastic story about greed, pride, pain, and heartbreak. Alaric is the ultimate rich bachelor who only counted his money and cared about what he could do with it. The events which occur through the book are cringe worthy because from the first words out of Alaric’s mouth you just knew he was going to regret every one. The story-line is epic and I love how Alaric’s experiences in business have colored his life to the point of distorting life, honesty, and love. I highly recommend you pick up The Enemy’s Daughter and discover if Alaric learns what true love and forgiveness is before it is to late. Ms. Crescent does not disappoint.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More