Friday, 17 July 2015

REVIEW - The Spaniard's Kiss by Nina Croft

The Book
Release Date: 14 July 2015
Goodreads Link

Looking for a passionate read? Don't miss Indulgence's latest romance...

One moment
will change their friendship forever...

Widow Isobel Sinclair knows it's time to move on, and she believes the next chapter in her life involves a baby. All she needs is a man to help her with the finer details. Unfortunately, right now the only man in her life is her husband's best friend, Rafael Sanchez. And an incredibly wealthy, super-hot player is not exactly family material.

That's okay since she wants a baby sans the husband part.

Billionaire playboy Rafael has carefully hidden his longing for Isobel over the years. He's wanted her from the moment they met. When desire sparks between them, Rafael faces a choice beyond imagining: give Isobel what she wants...or lose her forever. He has a good reason why a child can't be in his future, but telling Isobel the truth could destroy everything.

My Opinion  4 STARS

**My thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing LLC, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

It's a friends to lovers story with a bit of a twist.

Isobel is a young widow at 24, she married her best friend at eighteen but he died two years ago.  Rafael (Rafe) was her husbands best friend and therefore became a friend of Belle, but he was instantly attracted to Belle, but has had to hide his feelings for years.

A chance encounter at a hot pool turns things around so they both may get something that they both want, but there are conditions involved that Rafe puts in place just in case.

Isobel just wants to move on with her life, but doesn't realise how miserable she had been until Rafe takes her to England with him from her farm in Spain.  

One secret is hidden from us until the end of the book where Rafe professes his family secret, and its not one I saw coming.  Both put off what could have been said earlier because they are both unsure of the reactions they will get from the other, otherwise they could have been happier earlier.

As an Entangled romance, we are guaranteed a HEA, and this one does not disappoint.

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