#BLOGTOUR #REVIEW – Marrying the Heiress by Autumn Miller – @AMillerWrites @lovebooksgroup @lovebookstours #LoveBooksTours #MarryingTheHeiress #prdgreads

Today I’m on the blog tour for Marrying The Heiress by Autumn Miller, thank you to Kelly at Love Books Tours for organising it and inviting me to take part and thank you to the author for my copy.

Pages: 267

Synopsis: Marrying The Heiress is a standalone, enemies-to-lovers romance featuring a smoking hot guy, steamy bedroom-scenes, and a happily ever after.

Kate
I didn’t expect to inherit a multi-million pound estate – especially under dubious circumstances – but I’ve only ever wanted to be financially secure.
For years I’ve been cast out from my family, desperately scraping together a living, trying to find some self-worth in the process.
But the rightful heir – Will Dawlish – hates my guts.
He wants his inheritance back.
A-Daw-rable Dawlish, the papers call him. Dee-Lish Dawlish.
But even though he’s distractingly handsome and adored by the country as a cricketing legend, he’s emotionally bankrupt.
The prenup demands that I sleep with him, and I just know that there will be sparks. That born from his hate will be a sizzling chemistry that will be impossible to ignore.

Will
I just want my grandfather’s inheritance back. I’ve got big plans to realise, and Kate Parsons has utterly derailed them.
After pursuing her through my lawyers, I’m left with one brazen plan.
Marrying her is the only option.
It makes good business sense; the divorce will be clean and tidy, my finances restored.
There will be nothing romantic between us because there’s absolutely nothing to like about Kate Parsons.
Not her lies, her mysteries, nor her blatant thievery.
And when she walks down the aisle towards me, I refuse to be moved by her graceful beauty.
I don’t want to notice her dazzling smile.
All I need to focus on is the next twelve months. Except, I also have to meet a stipulation of the prenup: consummating this marriage.

My Rating: 🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧

My Thoughts: I absolutely adored this book, the writing style flowed easily but drew you in straight away, before I knew it I was 100 pages in!

I have to saw William Dawlish Senior was my favourite, as much as I knew he was going to die I was absolutely devastated when I’d happened, I don’t know if it’s because we’ve had a couple of bereavements in our family but it actually made me shed a tear!

Enemies to lovers is one of my favourite tropes within romance so I devoured this and loved every second of it!

I loved Will and Kate as separate characters, Will was cocky, entitled and selfish and as much as I wanted to hate him there was just something about him that made it impossible to hate him, so when he started showing his softer side, I knew I’d need right not to write him off straight away!

Kate was warm-hearted, caring and always put others before herself, so when we found out about her life and living arrangements my heart broke for her and I couldn’t help but feel that she deserved the inheritance 😂

I couldn’t help but feel that although they acted like they hated each other the attraction had been there for both of them from the start! I felt that Will was too embarrassed to admit, more worried about what his friends would think instead of what his words and actions were doing to Kate, whereas Kate felt that she wasn’t beautiful or deserving enough to be loved by someone like Will!

Experiencing them getting closer was frustrating in the best way possible, I just wanted to shake them both & sort them out, you could cut the tension with a knife.

The length of this book was perfect for me too, I prefer my romances to be short and snappy, although that being said I wouldn’t be opposed to a second book from their perspective 🤷🏻‍♀️😂

I would highly recommend this to all fans of a steamy romance.

🐧❤️

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