REVIEW: Seduced By The Mogul by Pamela Yaye

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Winning is a way of life for Dante Morretti, and he’s got the real estate empire to prove it. With custody of his four-year-old son, Matteo, at stake, Dante intends to win that, too. Marrying his best friend, Jordana Sharpe, is a vital step in his plan. But when the alluring actress takes Matteo and Dante sightseeing around Los Angeles, he’s waking up to a world beyond boardrooms and billion-dollar deals.

Jordana is as committed to her acting as Dante is to his business. She doesn’t envision feeling that passion for anything else, until her no-strings arrangement with the gorgeous Italian magnate takes a detour…right into Dante’s bed. Suddenly everything is at stake—her career, his custody fight and a fake marriage that could very well lead to the real family they both secretly crave…

 

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Dante is tall, dark, handsome, an alpha male, and the main character of this book. He’s fresh from a divorce and has absolutely no plans to go down the marriage road again until the welfare of his son becomes an issue. Enter his friend Jordana. Yaye does an excellent job of ensuring that the readers feel connected to both characters.

“He desired her, sure, but some rules weren’t meant to be broken.”

The writing is on the wall about Dante and Jordana’s feelings for one another, but there are some obstacles such as pride and baggage from previous relationships that get in the way. The story has its fair amount of drama, lessons in forgiveness and understanding, and of course there is romance. Seduced By The Mogul is precisely how a friends-to-lovers story should be written!

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of Seduced By The Mogul in exchange for an honest review.

 

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  1. Awesome.. adding to my list

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