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  • 2 STARS

    After reading the first book of the Greek Island Millionaires series, I was hoping this would be better but sadly enough it failed to meet my expectations. I didn't really feel the connection between Hannah and Sergei, and their relationship seem so rushed after kissing on the second day of barely getting nor speaking and a whirlwind romance ensues four months later. The writing style was good but not enough to keep me at bay. Sadly, this series just isn't for me.

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  • Fun Read

    *ARC received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* The Russian's Pleasure Proposition by Joanne Walsh is an easy, enjoyable read. The main characters could be developed a bit more but overall a solid 3 stars from this reviewer. #TheRussiansPleasureProposition #NetGalley

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  • Modern Hardworking Cinderella

    After reading the first book in Joanne Walsh’s Greek Island Millionaires, I stated, “The story is simply a pure escapism read.” I stand by that statement after reading the second book in the series, The Russian's Pleasure Proposition, except to add it is well -written, entertaining and fun escapism reading. The story of Sergei and Hannah has the elements of fantasy, even Sergei mentions Cinderella, but it also has depth especially with the character of Sergei. Hannah is young with a health problem that is uncommon. Her character deals with this which also hinders her in relationships. Perhaps this is why her character did not seem to be as complex as Sergei. The plot is solid with Sergei’s adoptive family making up most of the supporting characters. It was interesting to see their interactions and views on Sergei as well as his own change of perspective and insight into his life. I found that I was invested in see these two lone souls connecting and finding a loving future together. An ARC of the book was given to me by the publisher through Net Galley which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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