Can the billionaire capture her heart?
In this Claiming the Ferrington Empire story, Bree has escaped the city to heal her heart in a village bakery. And then notorious billionaire Theo walks through the door. The man behind the headlines is charming, but intriguingly cynical about love. Accepting his invitation to Paris might be a mistake—or the best decision she’s ever made…
The Billionaire Behind The Headlines (Claiming the Ferrington Empire, Book 2)
I have just spent a blissful three hours reading this book and those who know me well will know that I don’t often sit still for that long. I just couldn’t put this book down. I was totally enthralled by Theo’s and Bree’s story.
Having read and loved the first book in this series, Secrets Behind The Billionaire’s Return, I was delighted to receive a copy of The Billionaire Behind The Headlines from the lovely author herself. I had to bump it to the top of my reading list as I couldn’t wait to immerse myself in the lives of these characters once again, and I’m so glad I did.
Bree is a fabulous character. I can’t imagine anyone not liking her. Theo might not be everyone’s cup of tea, at least until we get to know him better. He soon proves to be far more than he appears on the surface though and it’s sad that he doesn’t see himself as those who love him do. I became a little bit besotted with him. No wonder Bree struggles to keep her cool around him. The chemistry between them is palpable and I was rooting for them both from the get-go.
Of course, things are rarely straight forward especially when true feelings are denied, and spiteful exes are involved. It really is quite heart-wrenching at times. However, true love is a powerful thing….
I absolutely adored this story from the very first page to the very last. I loved the romance, the passion, the heat. I loved Paris! Such a rollercoaster of emotions.
Romance aside, I love the relationship Theo shares with his brother, Sebastian. The mutual respect they have for each other and their ability to be brutally honest with each other, making the other see sense when needed.
I also love the friendship Bree shares with Felicity, and her daughter, Angel. I have a real fondness for them all.
Beautifully written, as Rachael Stewart’s books always are.
I finished this book with a smile and with happy tears.
I very much recommend!