Spending their fortunes and losing their hearts.
Hardworking Australian nurse Ben Adams inherits a substantial sum and decides to tour Europe. In Monaco, the home of glamour and the idle rich, he meets French billionaire playboy Léo Artois. After getting off on the wrong foot—as happens when one accuses a stranger of being part of the Albanian mafia—their attraction blazes. Léo, born to the top tier of society, has never known limits, and Ben, used to budgeting every cent, finds it difficult to adjust to not only Léo's world, but also the changes wealth brings to his own life.
As they make allowances for each other's foibles, Ben gradually appreciates the finer things, and Léo widens his perspective. They both know one thing: this is not a typical holiday romance and they're not ready to say goodbye.
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A sweet and seductive read
Ben is on holidays touring Europe when he meets Léo. They hit it off immediately and Ben is suddenly being wined and dined in an amazing fashion.
I really enjoyed this story that leads through from when Ben and Léo meet. Their time together at times is cringe worthy, with Bens very laid back Australian heritage showing through. However, at the same time to romance is high and I was left smiling on more than one occasion. The story is slightly drawn out, however that is something I found I enjoyed. Because I got to see how their feelings changed and developed with time.
Holiday Romance does it work?
Ben is an Australian private nurse who had gained an inheritance from a client .
The client had spoken of her adventures travelling around the world this has stirred much curiosity in Ben.
He arrives in Monaco goes to a casino where he meets
Léo Artois who is a millionaire and a playboy it also happens that his mother is a Saudi princess and his father is French ... All the best of everything ...
This is the first book I have read of Louisa Masters.
I have found this book to be extremely well written and extremely funny ...
The differences between both men is enormous but they find their way of sorting it out ...
Holiday romances do they work even with such a difference between them ?
I never forget love can define you and this book did this for these men....