Playboy CEO Rafael is determined to demolish the biggest demon from his past: the Greek orphanage he once called home. It’s a cruel reminder of all he’s lost, including his childhood sweetheart Sabrina.
But then she shows up to stop him!
When Rafael offers to hand over the orphanage if Sabrina becomes his convenient bride, she scoffs. She’s still healing from the heartbreak of their last passionate encounter, and marrying him will test her every limit.
But as long-buried secrets are unveiled, Sabrina has no choice but to trust him…
This is an adult 18+ story that may contain language, possible violence, and/or sexual situations geared to an adult audience.
Category romance debut author
Title: Her Convenient Vow to the Billionaire
Author: Jane Holland
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: August 22, 2023
Publisher: Harlequin Presents
My Rating: 4
Sabrina and Rafael have both come a long way in life since their years spent in a Greek orphanage as children. Their memories of those years are intense and bittersweet, but one thing remained strong – their love for each other, although seen through the eyes of the youths they were at that time. One has memories that she cherishes and will do anything in her power to save this building that represents so much to her from the wrecking crew. The other has only hatred and anger toward the building that stands as a monument to his greatest losses in life, and his sole plan has been to destroy not only the building but the memories it evokes for him to this very day. Both are right, both are wrong. They are about to learn some hard truths while rediscovering the passion they once shared when Rafael offers Sabrina a solution she cannot refuse. The future of both the building itself and two strong, determined people is up in the air as this couple learns of betrayals and truths neither expected. Love can heal all things, but if it can wipe out old, painful memories is yet to be determined.
Her Convenient Vow to the Billionaire is emotional and intense on so many levels. I can’t say that I sided more with Rafael or Sabrina in their story, but I certainly did feel empathy for them both as each learns another viewpoint of their shared past, as well as some difficult truths to be dealt with. Their passionate reactions to each other, even with years apart, can certainly be felt through the pages… and their shared stubbornness as well. If there was any one person in the wrong here it definitely was Sabrina’s father, who is as despicable an excuse for a human being I have ever run across in fiction. My enjoyment of seeing Sabrina take this vile man down was, perhaps, the best moment of this romance, for he so deserved it… and more, in my opinion.
I enjoyed myself and will be watching to see what this author brings us next.
I own a Kindle edition of this title.
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