Tuesday, September 18, 2012
The Tycoon's Secret Daughter by Susan Meier
Review of The Tycoon's Secret Daughter by Susan Meier
Published: June 5, 2012
4 out of 5 smirks
Synopsis: "The CEO’s second chance...
Max Montgomery had it all: charm, good looks and a career as CEO of the family business. Marriage to Kate Hunter was the icing on the cake. Until a devastating family secret sent his world—and then his marriage—crashing down around him.
Years later, Max is accidentally reunited with Kate, who also has a secret—the daughter he’s never met! Bonding with adorable Trisha may come naturally, but with the shadows of the past still haunting him, recapturing the heart of the woman he’s never stopped loving is quite a different matter…"
The Tycoon's Secret Daughter by Susan Meier is a story about the harsh realities of life and the consequences you must face when your past comes back to you. This story which had a lot of harsh reality to it voiced it in such an innocence perspective it was really different and is what made me love this story. I think it is easy to voice in a story about darkness and violence, but when you put into that voice a certain innocence it becomes tamer and easier to deal with. I loved how we as readers got a background of Max and Kate without having to go through the background with them. I also love how even after years of distant their love can be rekindled within moments of seeing each other again. Both Max and Kate are similar characters who approach life differently which is what makes their chemistry so undeniable. And while Trisha is a part of Max and Kate's story, she is not the center of it which is what I believe drew me into the story and ultimately gives readers the impression that what Max and Kate share is not dependent on Trisha. I give The Tycoon's Secret Daughter by Susan Meier 4 smirks because it is a feel good, heartwarming story about living in the present, hoping for the future, and keeping the past in the past.