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Heir to a Dark Inheritance by Maisey Yates


Heir to a Dark Inheritance

Reviewed by Desere


I have often had the thought that when a woman has a child the only way she could not know is if she has memory loss, but for a man it is totally different, he can be the father to many and have no clue what so ever.

In the new Maisey Yates read this is what happens to Alik he has a heart as cold as ice and as unbreakable as a diamond, and this of course makes the man no picnic to be around, no ladies this is the type of man that you will look at and immediately realise he spells trouble and it would be best to stay as far away as possible.

Yet when he discovers he has a daughter the once cruel, unkind ruthless man with the ice cold heart discovers he has something to fight for and nothing and no one will stand in his way.

He does not reckon he will need to go up against a woman that is as strong as she is determined to make her stand and fight for what she believes in.

This is a marriage of convenience story and yes it I know that has been done many times before, yet this time it was this author that showed me it can be the same old story line but when adding in some fresh new lines the a familiar story can take on a whole new life of it's own.

The main and secondary characters in this read were all very well written. Alik drove me to the point of distraction, he made me so furious I wanted to hurl the nearest object at him just to see if I could wake him up and show him that he is missing out on the best opportunity of his life.

I adored the manner in which the author takes him from cold hearted beast to hero material, slowly letting Jada thaw his frozen heart.

The backdrop setting was as wild as the emotions of the characters. The dialogue was classic Maisey Yates she truly knows how to connect with her readers and does not draw you into the reads slowly no this author makes sure she has your attention from the very first page straight through to the last word.

I highly recommend this read for all Maisey Yates fans but also for readers who love a bad boy hero that goes from zero to hero in achingly slow motion delivering a explosive punch at the end that will leave you begging for more.

5/5 star review
"  Ice meets fire and melts into a passionate affair of romance and happy ever after"