RAVISHING CAMILLE by Cerise DeLand - A Reader's Opinion


RAVISHING CAMILLE by Cerise Deland

A Reader's Opinion


A feel-good romance you'll relish!


As soon as I started reading the first chapter of Ravishing Camille, I was hooked and the story kept me captivated till the very end. I could not put it down and read late into the night.

Cerise DeLand pleased me with the complex love story of Camille and Pierce, who shared sizzling chemistry and a strong connection that will make sparks flare all over and ignite a strong passion filled with seduction and romance.


At 16, Camille, an American Heiress, fell in love with Pierce, her step-brother, thirteen years older than her. Because she felt uncomfortable in this dilemma, she could not fall in love with other men. However, now at 24, she is a grown woman and wants him—wants him badly—no matter the cost. She needs her relationship with him to develop differently from the past. Camille is also an ambitious writer of novels featuring young women falling in love. She needs a man who will understand her career and accept her choices. Pierce is a very ambitious businessman who loves his independence and career but has been smitten with Camille ever since he was young. Being back home for business, he spends time with his step-sister and the attraction becomes mutual. Camille and Pierce have a relationship that goes way beyond step-siblings! Is true love possible between these two?


This is the fifth story in The Notorious Americans series. I strongly recommend this book; you will love it!

 

Ravishing Camille


She'd wanted him for years...and denied she cared.

As a step-brother, he'd loved her.

But she's older now and even more delectable. Should he walk away? Can he?


Pierce Hanniford returns to England after tripling his fortune in China. He's come for business. Not pleasure. And definitely not for love.


Camille Bereston decided years ago that Pierce was not for her. He's her step-brother, famous, restless, a savvy Shanghai taipan and a menace...to her heart.


She has ambitions to marry. Funny that none of her candidates seems good enough.

Yet Camille excites him as no woman ever has and he must have her, no matter the cost.

But should she take an older, experienced rogue as her lover...and should she claim him forever as her only love?


Series: The Notorious Americans, book 5

 

Get Your Copy

 

Historical Romance | Pub: June 28, 2021 | 274pp | W. J. Power

Format Read: E-book | Source: Provided by the author or publisher


Content Rating: 5 Hearts | Reviewed by: Nicole Laverdure

 

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