A proposal worth Millions by Sally Pembroke

41ax2SqC+ML._SX312_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgA proposal worth Millions by Sally Pembroke is another Cherish published by Harlequin India. It is a story set in Turkey.

The Blurb:

Sadie Sullivan is determined to make her dream of running a luxurious hotel in Turkey a reality. Then her secret crush, Dylan Jacobs, arrives with an irresistible business proposal. Now the chemistry she’s long tried to ignore suddenly feels all too real…

The story:

Sadie Sullivan, a single mother, a widow, is working to keep the hotel, The Azure, her husband, Adem’s dream alive. She is still into renovations when she realizes that the money has dried up. Her late husband’s friend, Neal, helps her as an accountant and is on the lookout for financiers. He finds a potential financier and her parents take her little boy, four year old Finn, with them to England for the week of the proposed visit, so that she can devote her time to the business. She has just seen her family off and is enquiring about the financier when the hotel doors open and the financier walks in. he is none other than Dylan Jacobs, Adem’s best friend and her secret crush.

Dylan has his own ideas about her resorting to call him to help her out until he realizes that she has no idea about it and Neal is to be blamed for it all. And he is here for a week…

My take:

The story is simple and the language and the flow are good. The author has described the feelings of both the characters is detail. The author takes the reader to Turkey giving an idea of the touristy places. She has described the feelings of both the characters and that is actually the usp of the book.

Loved the book.

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