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A threat from Holt's past | Merger to Marriage by Addison Fox


Title: Merger to Marriage
By: Addison Fox
Genre: Romance
Pages: 166
Release Date: May 13th, 2018
Publisher: Entangled Publishing (Indulgence)

Summary from Goodreads: One night of passion…

Mayson McBride has spent the last decade restoring her family’s magazine empire with her two sisters. She loves what she does, but she can’t shake the feeling something’s missing. Which is why she jumps at the chance–incognito–for a single night of no-strings-attached sex with Holt Turner.

A once in a lifetime connection…

Holt’s been unable to forget the woman he shared one night of explosive passion, and he’s thrilled to get reacquainted with her at a weekend house party. What he doesn’t expect are the immediate feelings of need and desire–emotions he keeps firmly in check–upon their reunion.

A forever commitment…

When Mayson and Holt’s single night together leads to unexpected consequences, both must decide what matters most. Especially when a threat from Holt’s past promises to ruin their relationship before it’s barely begun.




Review: A refreshing take on an overused romance tale. Sometimes when I read books like this, I get the same story over and over, or the actual story its self is so unbelievable, not even the steamy scenes can save it. This book was a nice change from the everyday mundane. 

We follow characters that have depth and a back story. Characters that feel and love. I really enjoyed this read. 


Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.


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