Charlotte McGee by Annabelle Lewis
• Paperback: 264 pages
• Publisher: PePe Press (12 Dec. 2017)
• Language: English
• ISBN-10: 0692896740
• ISBN-13: 978-0692896747
A family of billionaire grifters. A girl seeking true love. A con she didn’t see coming. Beautiful, sensitive Charlotte never fit in her family of American grifters. Determined to make her own way in the world, she sets out for New York City with a new identity, certain no one will discover that she’s a Carrows. Wealthy. Powerful. Elite.With anonymity comes the freedom to love. And to be loved for herself, not her money. She finds that in David Torres, her college boyfriend at NYU. But what will David do once he discovers he’s been dating a Carrows? Nothing good.The heartbreaking devastation that David brings leaves Charlotte estranged from her family and alone. Or so she thinks. With her mother’s help, they set out to right a grievous wrong. Can they repair their broken family? Can they bring David to justice?Charlotte McGee is the first book in the Carrows Family Chronicles series of billionaire romance suspense novels. If you like exciting capers filled with glamour and romance, Book One will leave you delighted and eager for more!
Charlotte McGee starts off a bit slow and confusing but I am really happy I stuck with it, because it turns into a really exciting novel.
I think Charlotte is an intriguing character. She had a lot of flaws, but who doesn’t? The romance between her and Alex is also different. I enjoyed how slowly it built. It felt much more realistic. There was no instant love happening here.
I think, story wise, once you really get into the novel, it is nicely paced with an interesting concept. I ended up really enjoying it.
Overall, the characters are what really makes this novel good. I enjoyed it and would recommend giving it a shot!
*I received a free copy of this book from Random Things Tours in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
Annabelle Lewis lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota
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