by Tessa Radley
A revenge that sparks romance as
secrets are revealed
has finally gotten her wild sister Kim settled into a nice marriage.
Perhaps now she can relax. Don't count on it! Rico D'Alessio has come
back, bent on revenge against the Sinclair family. It is not enough to
take control over the Sinclair business. Instead Rico wants to make it
personal and if it means taking Danielle Sinclair as his wife and
making her pregnant, so be it. There's just one problem with his
revenge plan ---when he chooses Danielle as his instrument of revenge,
he never realized how his plans might just lead to a revenge sweeter
than he ever imagined!
Rich Man's Revenge
is Tessa Radley's second romance but already but there is something
about this author that readers will just love. I normally do not get
thrills reading about rich men (even less so today than in the past due
to the current corporate culture). I don't like reading about Alpha men
either ---- but I love reading Tessa Radley's romances and even the way
she writes her corporate men. Readers will love the way Tessa Radley
writes her heroines --- they are not submissive spineless women but
bright and intelligent. When they find love it is about finding their
heart and not compromising their inner strength.
The characters in Rich Man's Revenge
are multi-dimensional characters, written with a depth and darkness.
Here the hero and heroine have undiscovered dreams and strengths. The
darkness of Rich Man's Revenge
is one of emotionally wounded people whose wounds become the very
foundation of their ability to love. Tessa Radley fans will recognize
her distinctive stlye in this second book. Rich Man's Revenge is overflowing
with crazy situations and and all sorts of events and moments crafted
together with such skill. When I read the back cover blurb, I just
wondered how in the world she would be able to put all this together
and not make it feel it was contrived --- but she does! I love it!
Every added detail reveals the characters, every complication comes
from the heart and history of her characters.
Desire (June 2007)