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08 June 2020

Book Review: Wedding His Takeover Target by Emilie Rose

Back in March I was pretty ill, just out of hospital, and feeling very sorry for myself. While I was browsing the Mills and Boon website I stumbled across the Dynasties bind ups, and I couldn't resist the sound of them. So I put the first one, The Jarrods, in my basket.

Wedding His Takeover Target – Emilie Rose was an excellent accidental-pregnancy romance. I will admit it's a trope I don't often go for, so I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. I think it has a lot to do with how much I love The Jarrods.

Dynasties: The Jarrods: Wedding His Takeover Target by Emilie Rose cover
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When Gavin Jarrod is forced to wed Sabrina Taylor to secure a lucrative business deal, he’s up to the challenge.

Especially as Sabrina is perfect in and out of the bedroom!

But now she’s pregnant with his child and she wants a real father for her baby or this deal is off!


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5 Word Review: Family, responsibility, business, love, belonging.

You know when you pick up a book and it's exactly what you need? This was exactly what I needed.

I've been reading the stories in this bind-up back to back, and it's been such a fantastic experience. I love the setting so much, and Wedding His Takeover Target added a whole new layer. I liked seeing a different side of Aspen.

Gavin is very sure of himself and thinks he's got it all figured out, and I loved how Sabrina put a spanner in the works. She's not playing any of his games and the chemistry between them was incredible because of it. I loved the hesitant moments, and how they both care so much and don't quite want to show it.

This story is pretty picturesque. The setting moves away from the Jarrod Ridge resort and into the surrounding wilderness and town. It explores secret spaces and nostalgic moments. I can't put in to words how truly lovely it was.

Each book in the series, and the anthology, can absolutely be read as a standalone even as it follows the family.

This is the sweetest story from The Jarrods, and it made me all giddy. It's filled with soft, romantic moments and was so lovely to read.


What's your favourite soft romance?

3 comments:

  1. Great review! You've got me thinking about my favourite soft romances now and I currently can't think of anything!

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  2. Aaah i love a romance with a beautiful setting! I think I'll have to add these to my TBR :)

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  3. Great review! I'm not sure what my fave soft romance is? Would The Flat Share count? I loved that, but don't think it classes as romance?

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