Trillion by Winter Renshaw ~ Review & Teaser (#WinterRenshaw)

I do enjoy a fake relationship romance, and I was surprised as to how much I enjoyed this one. Despite Sophie and Trey being from completely different worlds, they certainly were amazing together!
Title: Trillion
Author: Winter Renshaw
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: August 3rd 2020

Buy Now - Amazon USAmazon Aus

Trey Westcott—devastatingly gorgeous. Intimidatingly brilliant. Powerful beyond belief.

A man with all the money in the world—literally.

As the first trillionaire in existence, my boss lives a life most people can only dream of. Anything he wants—anything at all—is a snap-of-the-fingers away.

But when the coldhearted magnate snaps his fingers and requests me for a stint on his arm playing the role of his devoted fiancĂ©e and then some, he makes an offer I can’t refuse.

And so I don’t.

But I make it clear that he’ll have my time, my body, my attention, my discreet professionalism—everything except my heart.

It’s not for sale.

Because all the money in the world can’t change the secret I’ve kept the last eight years. A secret that complicates the very business deal I’m to help him secure. A secret that makes the undeniable tension between us all the more forbidden.

Trey Westcott can have anything he wants ... but he can never have me.

Even if he’s all I’ve ever wanted.

I've read a few of Winter Renshaw's books, and so far Trillion is my favourite. I enjoyed the love/hate relationship they had in the beginning, and that the harder Trey pushed Sophie, the more determined he became.

This read began by alternating between Sophie's past and present, and I quickly understood why Sophie was such a hard and determined person. The story from her past actually broke my heart a little and I could see where it was going before we got there. I did like the way the relationship between Sophie and Trey took a turn, and despite them both not wanting a relationship, that they found themselves in it anyway.

Trey was quite the successful businessman and was not used to people saying no to him, let alone having to chase something he wanted. When it came to feelings, he locked them away but I could see Sophie getting under his skin, and that he never wanted to let her go.

Winter Renshaw pieced this story together perfectly, giving me a good insight into Sophie's past, and creating chemistry between characters that deserved to be happy. I liked Trey's ruthlessness, both in and out of his business dealings and the passion he had for Sophie. It was quite the memorable read and I enjoyed this world, the chemistry and the intensity so much!

Trey trying to win Sophie over was sweet. He was trying not to push her too hard...

“... You can come home now. You should come home.”
“Please don’t tell me what to do,” she says. “If another man tries to control my future …”
I frown. “You’re not hearing me. I’m not trying to control your future, Sophie. I want to be your future.”
She avoids my stare, chewing the inner corner of her lower lip, the one I’d give anything to taste again.
I tense my jaw, impatient, our entire life dangling on the tip of her tongue.
I’ve been called the most powerful man in the world—but suddenly, she’s the most powerful soul in mine.
If I’m the sun, she’s the whole fucking universe.

Kindle Page 276

Winter  RenshawWall Street Journal and #1 Amazon bestselling author Winter Renshaw is a bona fide daydream believer. She lives somewhere in the middle of the USA and can rarely be seen without her trusty Mead notebook and ultra portable laptop. When she’s not writing, she’s living the American dream with her husband, three kids, and the laziest puggle this side of the Mississippi.

Other reviews featuring Winter Renshaw 
P.S. series

No comments:

Post a Comment

If you can't leave a comment please EMAIL ME a quick message!! Disqus may have some tweeks :)