Tycoon and playboy Theron Anetakis has
a plan. Since deciding to help his brother by taking over
Anetakis International’s New York office, Theron has come to
the conclusion that he is reading to settle down. Having
looked at several young women of good standing and important
families, he has decided to marry a nice Greek girl and
start a family. His future bride has been selected and all
he has to do is propose. Theron’s plans are falling in
place until he receives notice that his family’s ward is on
her way to New York for a visit. Theron figures he can show
her to her hotel and then forget about her.
Isabella Caplan, his ward, has other
plans. She is in New York for a reason and it isn’t just to
see the sights from her hotel room. She has her heart set
on making Theron Anetakis fall in love with her. She knows
he finds her attractive – but making him act on his
attraction is much harder. Bella’s independence screams
‘rebel’ and clash horribly with Theron’s old world Greek
values. Bella knows she has her work cut out for her. She
just doesn’t expect it to be so hard to become The
Tycoon’s Rebel Bride.
The Tycoon’s Rebel Bride
is excellent. I was intrigued by Theron after reading The
Tycoon’s Pregnant Mistress and I wanted to know what made
this man tick and act the way he does. Fortunately, what
made him tick was also the best thing to ever come into his
life – Bella Caplan. She is a charming, somewhat irreverent
vixen who knew what she wanted and was willing to sacrifice
everything to get it. She wanted Theron. Failure wasn’t an
option. Their love scenes were steamy hot but romantic.
Theron’s world was turned upside down by this enigmatic and
beautiful woman. I loved watching his head spin with the
intense emotions and the internal fight he was having of
loving Bella but wanting to do ‘the right thing’.
Maya Banks could write a novel on
toilet paper and I would read it. She could write a novel on
the sidewalk and I would knock people out of the way to read
it. Her ability to take me away to the world of her
characters thrills me every single time I read one of her
books. Bold, beguiling and thoroughly enchanting, The
Tycoon’s Rebel Bride will make you sweat, sigh, and
maybe even get teary eyed. Most of all, it will make you
feel. I can’t ask for a better read than that and so I
joyfully recommend The Tycoon’s Rebel Bride.
Do NOT miss it!