My twelve months of sacrifice…

…or temptation?

My foster mother’s will states that I, Summer, must live with her grandson, infamous billionaire Edward Fitzroy, for one year on her Scottish estate or we forfeit our inheritance! Years ago, scared of our intense connection, I left without saying goodbye… Now I’m completely unprepared for how devastatingly attractive Edward’s become—and how he still makes me feel. We’re from different worlds—surely this can’t work? But it’s oh-so-tempting to give in to the sparks flying between us…

My Year With The Billionaire

by Rachael Stewart 

my review

My Year with the Billionaire is such a gorgeous read!

Edward and Summer are both gorgeous characters who I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know.

From the very beginning I felt the grief they are both suffering. Grief that has brought them back together after so many years. Their lives couldn’t be any more different, but the chemistry between them is obvious from the start. They have a difficult history though. One Edward seems unable to forgive and one Summer is determined to apologise for.

I loved the uniqueness of this romance. Two people brought back together via the last will and testament of a loved one. Matchmaking from heaven. I love it! Sometimes other people know us better than we know ourselves, and some people need a bit of a push in the right direction to realise how easily happiness can be found if they just allow it to happen. In this case it is a rather large push in the right direction, and I was on Gran’s side the whole time. Edward and Summer took a little more convincing though. I absolutely LOVED their story.

Rachael Stewart’s books always make my heart happy and this one was no exception. I finished it with happy tears streaming down my face.

Just beautiful!

Second chance romance at its very best. I highly recommend!

**Many thanks to Rachael Stewart for my ARC**

treat yourself

(Out 1st September 2022)

happy reading! 🙂

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