Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Out Now! Release Day Review | The Ruthless Gentleman by Louise Bay | #NEW #Contemporary #Romance #Review

Title: The Ruthless Gentleman
Author: Louise Bay
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: Out Now!



As a chief stewardess on luxury superyachts, I massage egos, pamper the spoiled and cater to the most outlandish desires of the rich and famous.
I’ve never had a guest want something I can’t give them. Until British businessman Hayden Wolf comes aboard—all sexy swagger and mysterious requests.

He wants me.

And Hayden Wolf’s a man who’s used to getting exactly what he demands.

Despite being serious and focused. Demanding and ruthless. He’s also charming when I least expect it as well as being devastatingly handsome with an almost irresistible smile.

But guests are strictly off limits and I’ve never broken a rule. Not even bent one. My family are depending on me and I can’t lose my job.

Only problem is Hayden Wolf is looking at me like I just changed his life. And he's touching me like he’s about to change mine.

This is a standalone romance.

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A new standalone romance that is ideal for summer reading.
Avery Walker’s job is to serve and pamper the rich and famous aboard luxury yachts. However her next assignment she meets a different type of rich man, a man who is so the opposite of being a pampered guest, that being Hayden Wolf.

Hayden Wolf is a top British businessman who is running against the clock of someone cutting in on his next big takeover. Suspicious of an insider mole, he takes to the high seas away from everyone and modern technology to keep his business transactions secret and safe. He hand picks the crew of the luxury yacht he has hired for two months which brings him into contact with the enticing head steward Avery Walker.

This was a slow burn romance that took a lot of build-up of the storyline to bring together this sizzling couple. Both carry an air of detachment but together in private these two were entirely different. I loved how conscientious Avery was by working every hour she could to support her family back home in the US, especially her brother for whom she feels an enormous guilt for his disability. She is very rigorous in her job and I loved how the hot business man was able to get under her depths in more ways than one! Hayden on the other hand had always stayed clear of relationships so when he can’t get Avery out of his head this was one romance I was eager to see both get their HEA.

Overall another great standalone romance from Louise Bay and one I would recommend to one click. Four stars. 


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