09 September 2016

[Book Tour] The Sweetheart Deal

Will she discover the truth about the past in time to enter into 
The Sweetheart Deal.

Allison Morse
Released June 5th, 2016
Wild Rose Press

Some people in her small rural community think Ellen Hamilton, the business savvy daughter of the town’s largest employer, is too big for her britches. After all it’s the 1950s and women should have no place in running corporations. But when the company is threatened with takeover by John Adair, the man who broke her heart and "betrayed" her family business years ago, she’s determined to stop at nothing to win. Yet, when the cool Ellen turns molten in John’s arms, will she discover the truth about the past in time to enter into The
Sweetheart Deal.

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Rating: ✮✮✮✮

To be honest, after reading 10% of the book, I was wondering if I should review it. The Sweetheart Deal didn’t deliver “the feels” that I was expecting when I saw the cover. Yes, I requested a review copy because of the beautiful cover, of course, I did read the blurb too, but that did not discourage me. Still, I expected the story to be a kind of romcom. It won’t say it is. And that’s what disappointed me in the beginning, but there’s a charm in this book that kept me reading. It’s not Ellen, (in fact, I like Cindy better than her). John, the misunderstood John was the one who made this book exciting for me. I fully sympathized with him, and I feel sorry to say that I can’t support his love for Ellen because he would have probably had it better if she trusted him. They just didn’t have that chemistry I’m looking for.

What I love about the book most is how the author wrote it. I can feel how it is to be in Pitney. The book describes the surroundings so perfectly I can feel the wind on my skin. Haha :D And of course, the business affair, I don’t usually read fictions that revolve around business, but one of the reasons I stick to this book until the end is that.

Allison Morse grew up in a family of actors in Los Angeles;
before the age of five, she started acting classes, which she adored. She
continued in the family business until her early twenties when her curious
spirit led her to consider other interests.

After receiving a B.A. from U.C. Berkeley, she went
on to earn a M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy, and a J.D. from U.C. Hastings
College of the Law.

Although she loved learning from each of her varied
careers she always knew that storytelling was as essential to her as breathing.
So as she pursued her professional life, she kept to a strict writing schedule,
and joined the Romance Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.

She lives with her wonderful husband in a house in
the hills that’s filled with books.

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