Saturday, May 21, 2016

ARC Review of His Wicked Wish by Olivia Drake


This is the Book 5 in the Cinderella Sisterhood and Lady Milford has lent her red dancing slippers to another woman who is about to have her whole world turned upside down and her future forever changed.  I have read all of the four previous books in the series and can honestly tell you that I enjoyed them very much. Olivia's writing is uplifting, her characters are amazing and the stories take you to a place where there is adventure, peril, revenge, redemption and most of all love.

Maddy Swann is an actress who has decided to leave the stage and work towards her life long dream to open a business that would cater to everything a woman could want to make herself beautiful.  She decides to hold a private auction to find herself a protector and eventually save enough money to make herself independent.  Little does she know, she is about to get more than she ever wished for.

Nathan Atwood left England 10 years ago and vowed never to return.  When he receives a letter from his godmother Lady Milford that his father is on his death bed he decides it is time to go home.  He misses his brother and sister and now that his father is dead he doesn't ever have to set eyes on him again.  The very reason he left is because the mutual hatred he and his father felt for each other.

Nathan and Maddy make a bargain arranged by Lady Milford that turns out completely different than what they both had planned.  They are also both keeping secrets that could change the course of their lives.

I highly recommend this book and all the others in the series.  Olivia's stories are original and captivating and you won't them to end.

Received a complimentary copy for an honest review.

2 comments:

  1. Jaci, I haven't read any of Olivia Drake's but I was recently automatically approved for this one by the publisher. I'm looking forward to reading it now. :)

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    1. I think that you will really like her writing. She reminds me of Manda Collins, Renee Bernard and Elizabeth Hoyt to name a few.

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