Book & Audio Review: The Tycoon’s Revenge by Melody Anne

The Tycoon’s Revenge by Melody Anne

(Baby for the Billionaire, Book 1)

Tycoon's Revenge

Publisher & Release Date: Eternal Dreams, November 18, 2013 

Time and setting: Present Day, Seattle, WA

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: 283 pages

Heat Level: 1 Scorching Hot Flame

Rating: 5 Gold Crowns

Book Description:

Jasmine Freeman’s world is about to tumble down around her and the one responsible for it is none other than her first love, Derek Titan. She hasn’t seen him in ten years, and they are both going to learn the truth of what happened back then. 

Jasmine grew up wealthy and oblivious to the destruction her father caused all around him. Derek was from the wrong side of the tracks. In ten years, their lives will be reversed. He is now a multi-billionaire tycoon and she works hard, but barely gets by due to her father’s unethical business practices.

Derek comes seeking revenge and instead finds out he has a half grown son and the woman he’s been angry with for so many years is not who he thought she was. They both fight against the passion they still feel for each other, but in the end it is irresistible.

Come take the journey with Derek and Jasmine as they rediscover a passion that never died and the lies that kept them apart. 

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Vikki’s Musings

What drew me to this book was the cover, and I always enjoy books with children in them. The Tycoon’s Revenge is a great read, and I can’t wait to read the rest of the books in this series. This is the first book I have read by Melody Anne, but it will not be the last!

Jasmine Freeman finds herself left at the altar at the tender age of seventeen. Shortly after this she discovers she’s pregnant. Ten years later, her life comes crashing down again when her father’s company is involved in a hostile takeover. The Tycoon who has purchased the company where she works as the HR director is none other than the same man who abandoned her.

Derek Titan is a self-made billionaire. After he finally achieves his revenge against the man and daughter team who shattered his heart and his father’s business ten years before, the last thing he wants or needs is to find out the attraction between him and Jasmine still burns hot.

When he finds out he’s the father of her nine-year-old, he insists on marriage, or he’ll take his son from Jasmine. Can a marriage survive when secrets and heartache abound?

I loved this book! The Tycoon’s Revenge is an emotionally-charged read from the first page to the last. It is a fast-paced story, keeping me engaged throughout the entire book. The story is unforgettable and so are the characters. This story of young lovers torn apart by the machinations of a devious, power hungry parent touched my heart.

Jasmine’s character is truly a joy to read. Her sweet nature and determination to raise her son on her own is commendable. Even though she has every right to have bowed under the immense circumstances of her life, she has still managed to remain positive and do what is best for her and her child. After having such an unfeeling and conniving father, she totally deserved her happy ending!

Derek is the perfect hero. Even though he sets out to destroy Jasmine after getting her in his bed, he can’t go through with it. While he doesn’t want to have feelings for Jasmine, he can’t deny their passion, or follow through on his revenge, even before he finds out about his son. It is apparent from the very beginning the he has a heart beneath his cold exterior.

If you’re looking for a love story that will have you rooting for the couple to find their “Happily Ever After,” then you will love The Tycoon’s Revenge as much as I did. Since this is the first book in the series, the future billionaires are introduced, and I look forward to reading their stories as well. Happy reading!


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Julieann Dove
    Oct 08, 2015 @ 14:09:25

    Great review! I love happily ever afters, too:)



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