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  • Sexy and fun!

    This book is sexy and fun, with moments that had me laughing out loud. Zoe's plan was to escape her life for a month in Italy. Unfortunately, the house she rented is already occupied, but the very sexy, and very naked, Dante is unwilling to leave his own home. Both unwilling to leave, the games begin, with each trying to re-up the other to force him/her to leave. Once the games begin, both Dante and Zoe become invested in winning, with hilarious results. Props to the author for the unique contrasting of Queen and opera......two things that almost never go in the same sentence, lol. The stakes get raised when Dante's nonna shows up unexpectedly and with a plan - a plan that they can't get out of and that works exactly as she wants. I thoroughly enjoyed this lighthearted romance and found myself wanting them to get a HEA ending. While entirely predictable, the author has such a delightful way of telling a story, that I loved this book anyway. If you enjoy the genre, you will love this book. It's the perfect beach read and out just in time for summer reading. The author is on my must read authors' list.

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  • Attraction & Sizzle in Italy

    Zoe and Dante s love story in How Not to Mess With a Millionaire by Regina Kyle, book one in her Mediterranean Millionaires, was an enjoyable, laugh out loud, smexy, and imaginative story that take the reader to the Amalfi coast of Italy. Life has left Zoe Ryan, an interior decorator, to feel like she’s living in a bad country song. Her boyfriend dumped her, her car died, and she was recently let go from work. Needing a change, Zoe flies across the world to Positano, Italy leaving her family demands and worries behind. Believing she was renting a place for herself she is surprised when she finds that she suddenly has to share the place with millionaire restaurateur Dante Sabbatini. Best part, she finds him in the kitchen, in his underwear, making coffee. Oh boy!! This is going to be an interesting trip. Dante need an escape so he planned to spend some time at his family’s beach house; needing some quiet time and privacy. What he didn’t know was that his meddling matchmaking grandmother, nonna, rented the entire house to a beautiful, sexy stranger for the same period of time as his stay. Being a busy man, it took him months to cleat his schedule to get this time away; there was no way he was going to leave. Since both of them refuse to leave, Zoe and Dante agree to be temporary roomies; but secretly attempt to try to drive the other one to leave. Dante plays his music as loud as he wants and wears as little clothing as possible. Zoe decided to adopt that pig that keeps escaping his home next door and sneaking over. When they decide to talk and spend some time together, they realize the magnetism and chemistry they share. When a rainstorm strands them far from home, sharing a room with only one bed, the games end and a smexy detour takes them on a new adventure. Ms. Kyle wrote a laugh-out-loud, funny, smexy, and amazing story that is not to be missed. In addition to the descriptions of the beauty of Italy, she provided a tale that sizzled with magnetism, scorch the sheets chemistry, witty banter, and endearing characters kept me flipping the pages of this fun and fast-paced contemporary romance. I totally enjoyed and highly recommend How Not to Mess With a Millionaire to other readers and look forever to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • A hot Italian holiday

    I very much enjoyed the chemistry between Zoe and Dante and thought their initial meeting both funny and provocative. I thought Zoe was going to be a tragic, mousy character, given her woe-is-me attitude before getting to the villa, but that girl had spunk and backbone to spare especially given her recent breakup and job loss. Dante tried hard to be aloof and dismissive, but you just can’t fight that ingrained Italian old-world charm. He’s a bit of a tragic hero but hers also personable and witty. A good guy with his own baggage that he’s not willing to share. Adorable Houdini added a bit of a comic tone to the story, which I enjoyed as well, even if he’s not the typical pet…that made it even better. The steamy scenes were richer because we needed to wait for that smolder to ignite into a flame. Regina Kyle is so good at drawing out those feelings from her characters; it’s one of the things I like best about her books. I thought this one was great!

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  • Sexy and Fun

    How Not to Mess with a Millionaire by Regina Kyle, is a sexy, steamy, and funny story set mostly in Italy. You get a sexy Italian Millionaire, and a spunky American interior designer, plus a pot-bellied pig, and you have fun, romance, and some laugh-out-loud moments. Zoe Ryan recently dumped by her ex-boyfriend, and fired from her prestigious interior designer employer, is ready to disappear for a while and get her life back together. A month-long holiday in a rented villa in Italy is just what she needs to re-evaluate her life and figure out what to do next. She doesn’t expect the villa owner’s grandson to be living in the six-bedroom villa she rented, especially after giving up men and relationships and all she wants to be is alone. Dante is also upset to learn his grandmother rented out their villa, when all he wants to be is alone, to mourn the one-year anniversary of the death of his fiance, Nicole. Can Zoe, and Dante ignore their obvious attraction and stay away from each other for a whole month? This book was a bit difficult to get into, and I disliked the main characters in the beginning. Dante was very difficult to like and I did not see any redeeming qualities in him at all. And Zoe was easier to like, but was very one-dimensional and was a stereotypical woman scorned. But, once Houdini, the pot-bellied pig showed up, I started enjoying the book much more. Not only was Houdini adorable and provided much comic relief, but Zoe and Dante’s reaction to the pig, and their obvious love for the adorable pig, gave the main characters some depth of character and I saw their softer sides. The book is set in several picturesque settings in Italy and I enjoyed the escapades of Zoe, Dante, and Houdini as they traveled around Italy and discover a deep love for each other. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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  • Funny

    A super funny quick read. Zoe goes to Italy to get over all the bad in her life. Dante escapes to his cottage to mourn the anniversary of his fiancée’s death. The two begin a game of chicken to see who can come with the best way to make the other leave. It is a hilarious story that involves a meddling grandmother, a potbelly pig and some crazy friends. It all leads to a romantic gesture that will leave you swooning.

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