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  • Private Property

    This is a TRILOGY???? Why do I only find this out as I read the last page of this book! I never noticed when I purchased it that it was only part one that ends in a cliffhanger. ARG! So frustrating. Not happy. Not fair. Doesn’t compel me to purchase Book 2. (Not to ruin this for others but there is a book 2 and book 3 coming so no big surprise they get out of their predicament.) Story was ok. Character development just ok. All round not the amazing book the 5 star ratings would imply.

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  • Passionate and emotional!

    Jane Mendoza has known loss and rejection and all she wants is to raise enough money to go to college, and help others like her. Working as a nanny for a little girl who's lost her parents is challenging, but she understands her young charge and believes she can help her. What she hasn't taken into account is her feelings for her boss, the brooding billionaire Beau Rochester. He is an alluring man with a mysterious past and Jane can't help but be fascinated by him! As they lower their defences and their connection deepens, Jane begins to crave things she shouldn't, a place she can belong to, a family of her own with Beau and his niece. Beau is seemingly aloof and enigmatic but he sees Jane's love for his niece, and he is drawn to her light. Private Property is a dark read about a forbidden relationship that defies society's expectations. Beau and Jane embark on an emotional and passionate journey but the past holds many secrets and there are unknown dangers ahead!

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  • Immersive & Enticing

    This is book one of a trilogy and boy does it get things off to a thoroughly enticing start. The totally immersive storyline is impeccably written. A potent and powerful blend of intensity, turmoil, drama, emotions, secrets, suspense, twists and danger sweep you away and place you in an encompassing world and introduce you to Jane and Beau. These complex characters, their off the charts chemistry and their undeniable attraction will have you firmly invested and avid anticipating the next new and exciting development to be revealed. I must admit, and I know that I am one of only a select group of readers that does not consider themselves a fan of the original Jane Eyre or Charlotte Brontë. I know, please don't hate me! However, I truly enjoyed this modern reimagining of it and I desperately need more of it. Bring on book two!! I am posting an impartial, independent review.

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  • Sensual. Explosive. Mindblowing perfection.

    Private Property by Skye Warren amazed me, made me fall hopelessly in love and left me begging for more! The emotions cut me. The passion enticed me. The characters mesmerised me.The power packed, high paced and dramatic storyline held me captive till the very last page.Private Property by Skye Warren was an absolutely thrilling romance extravaganza. Sensual. Explosive. Mindblowing perfection. I reviewed an early copy voluntarily

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  • Dark and mysterious start to the trilogy

    Can you feel secrets oozing off the page? You can with this story! The atmosphere of the entire book is the dark, dreary, wet, and dangerous as the cliff surrounded Maine coast it is set in. You feel the raindrops, hear the wind, not just as the surrounding, but in the characters, their actions, their feelings, it is all part and parcel. The characters have those storm clouds hanging over them, even little Paige, with fleeting moments where the sun shines, before it all becomes overcast and stormy again. The attraction between Jane and Beau, as electric and as bright as the lightening strikes. The changes in their emotions as volatile as the winds buffeting off the rocks. The ending as chilling as the ocean waters crashing against the shore. This trilogy is off to a start that has me drawn in and wanting more!

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