Robert Ashton is in for the surprise of a lifetime. His mother, a bit of a rebel, raised him away from the rest of the family, and it’s not until he’s contacted by his lawyer about an inheritance that he learns who he truly is: the new Earl of Hantford. His legacy includes ownership of the historic Ashton Park Estate—which needs repairs Robert cannot afford. He’ll simply do what the nobility has done for centuries when in need of money. He’ll marry it.
Tech wizard Daniel Fabian is wealthy and successful. In fact, he has almost everything—except a title to make him worthy in the eyes of the old-money snobs he went to prep school with. His high school reunion is looming, and he’s determined to attend it as a member of the aristocracy.
That’s where Robert comes in.
Daniel has the money, Robert has the name, and both of them know they can help each other out. But their marriage of convenience has the potential to become a real love match—unless a threat to Daniel’s business ruins everything.
Noble Intentions by Andrew Grey
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This book reminds me of Saving Crofton Hall. A lot.
No strong chemistry between the two main characters, it was all business.
Okay, they're probably hold it and can't communicate about it. And who's fault was it?
Every time one of them close to talk about it, the business came between them, and then, back to business. Again.
This is not I expected from the blurb, I need some more romantic moments between them, instead of the history, and business (yeah).
I loved history, especially British one. But this one was making me a little bit bored.
I know it was just me. Or not.
* I was given the ARC by the publisher for an honest and unbiased review.*
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