Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Review: The Millionaire's Deception by Wendy Byrne

Title: The Millionaire's Deception
Author: Wendy Byrne
Published: February 23rd 2015
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Caution: May contain spoilers
He always wins. And she never gives up...
Rafe McCall has a reputation as the Closer. He rakes in serious cash to make deals happen. Convincing small restaurant owner Frankie Ritacco to sell his business for property development should have been a piece of cake. So Rafe blows into Wilcox, Iowa on his Harley, convinced the deal is all but done. But he is so, so wrong...
For starters, “Frankie” is a woman. A stunning, stubborn woman who wants to preserve her idyllic small town. The Crossroads Café is a family legacy Frankie plans to leave to her future children, and there is no way she's selling—even to a sexy millionaire who makes her heart race. But her café is in serious trouble, and Rafe must decide if he can close the deal...or if he's found the deal breaker of a lifetime.

My Thoughts:

The Indulgence line at Entanged always has very interesting stories. This little tale from Wendy Byrne took a little bit for me to get into, but by the end I did enjoy it.

Rafe and Frankie start out as friends and it slowly develops into more. At first it's all about getting the deal done, but as time goes on it's hard for Rafe to finish the job. He's gotten himself so invested in what he has with Frankie. Unfortunately, the reason why he's there will make all the difference when Frankie finds out. Will she be able to forgive him?

The Millionaire's Deception was a sweetie of a story. You can really get a sense of their feelings for each other the further you get into the story. I loved all of Frankie's friends--they were awesome! Rafe and Frankie together was a wonderful combination--their friendship and when they were more than friends.

My Rating:


  1. It seems like a lot of people are having a hard time at the beginning of books lately. I'm actually losing interest near the end of books. Sigh. Glad it got better for you.

    1. It definitely happens once in awhile, but it's good when it picks up later. :)


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