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Monday, August 31, 2020

The Takeover (The Miles High Club #2) by T.L. Swan

The Takeover

Kindle Edition, 477 pages
Published August 27th 2020 by Montlake

Goodreads synopsis: 
In bestselling author T L Swan’s second hot installment to the Miles High Club series, he’s sexy, rich, and her mortal enemy. Hate never felt so good.

I first met Tristan Miles at a meeting where he was trying to take over my late husband’s company.

He was powerful, arrogant, and infuriatingly gorgeous, and I hated him with every cell in my body. In the shock of the century, he called me three days later and asked me on a date.

I would rather die than date a man like him—though I do have to admit it was good for the ego. Turning him down was the highlight of my year.

Six months later, he was the guest speaker at a conference I attended in France.

Still arrogant and infuriating—but this time, surprisingly charming and witty.

When he looked at me, I got butterflies.

But I can’t go there.

He’s just a player in a hot suit, and I’m just a widow with three unruly sons.

I just need this conference to be over.

Because everybody knows that Tristan Miles always gets what he wants…and what he wants is me.


4.5 stars

This is the second book in the Miles High Club by TL Swan.

I will tell you one thing, you definitely get your money’s worth when you pick up a Swan romance. There is so much packed into this thing that is is like watching reality tv in real time. Prepare some Kleenex for the end though since these books always bring out the waterworks right before the conclusion. You get chocked up and teary-eyed since you become so invested in the relationship and them having their happily ever after.

This is a book about trust and knowing that what you feel is never wrong. 

Tristian Miles seems like the world’s biggest player when this starts. But this player has a heart or gold and has a mission to fix everyone that comes across his path. I really felt for Claire Anderson. She had to move on after her husband’s death with her three boys. I never thought she would finally see the light where Tristian was concerned. She loved him through most of the book but wasn’t willing to go farther and I really couldn’t figure out why. I liked how Fletcher summed it up in the end and that made the whole book come together for me.

Just one great read. A bit too long for my taste but it just gave me that much more juicy goodness.

If you like contemporary romance with a bit of intrgue, definitely check this one out. You won’t be disappointed.

I received this as an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) in return for an honest review. I thank NetGalley, the publisher and the author for allowing me to read this title.

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