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5.0 out of 5 starsGreat series!
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2018
I didn’t use to read much contemporary romance type books, but I really enjoyed this series. The characters are fantastic and Mia grabbed me from the first book and made me want to continue her story. I was kind of sad to see it come to an end.
5.0 out of 5 stars4.75 stars - Heartbreak to a Full Heart
Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2019
Mia is a mixture of confused feelings - glad her dad's suffering is over, but devastated by the loss of his presence. At the funeral she is told of an addendum her dad added a few months before his death. In order to inherit the estate, she must marry a "suitable" man within the year or lose the estate to a cousin who will destroy it. Stunned by the turn of events, she seeks solace with Tom, the estate gardener, who is also an orphan like her and knows what she is going through. At her first charity event after her dad's passing, she meets Elias and his friend Alex. Elias makes the winning bid on a bucket list item of hers at the event's associated auction. That leads to her meeting Arjun. Who will help her to satisfy the clause to the will so she can keep the estate? How well do the guys get along? What ties them together? For a sensual story (erotic at times) that answers these questions, I recommend this box set. Read how Mia is able to rebuild her family.
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4.0 out of 5 starsFun, sweet and steamy RH romance series
Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2020
I love this series! This is a fast-burn reverse harem romance. The three novellas are all fun, sweet, and steamy. I thoroughly enjoyed all of the adventures of Mia and her guys. There is just a little bit of drama throughout the series, so this is a light read.
Mia’s Men: Mia is a modern, independent woman who is trying to save her family's estate by finding a "suitable" husband in a year. I enjoyed the drama of the will - how did Mia's dad think this was a good idea? How will she find said husband?
Then there's the romance with Thomas, her estate's gardener. I loved him! Such a good guy, he was supportive and sexy. I loved the scene in the shed. Oh, and the follow-up conversation with the code. So funny!
Mia's Wedding: Mia and her guys get to know each other better, and there's some romance and funny moments. This part of the series is mostly about Mia telling all her men about the others, and her crazy situation. It's an easy, fun read with only a little bit of drama.
I wish the book was longer, or has more relationship stuff. I think I missed seeing people falling in love. There is a 5 month jump that must have included people falling for each other. It also skipped over Mia meeting Elias' parents. I would like to read that scene.
Mia’s Choice: This book starts with the honeymoon, but it's not just Mia and her new husband, Elias, the other guys are with them. I loved the descriptions of the tropical island. Mia's birthday was amazing! There is plenty of love, romance, and sexy (one on one) times. This is another sweet, easy read with very little drama.
The story picks up after the honeymoon/vacation. Mia has about a million emails waiting for her when she returns. Included in them are a couple of business propositions. I like how they worked to help Mia and her men get closer. There's also another small drama about Mia telling her butler and housekeeper about the harem.
* Not included in the box set is a short story called "Mia's Surprise." I'm looking forward to reading this, too.
Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2018
After being scarred by the last book I read, I really needed a good palate cleanser. Desperately needed one. I posted in a group on Facebook and this one was recommended to me. I decided to go with the box set vs going book by book and I'm glad I did. Here's why I bounced between a four and five star review - The positives, I LOVED the characters. Loved them. They all meshed so well together like a well oiled machine. I actually liked the story line as well. The author did a bang up job on this and wrote one intimate scene that left me pausing to fan myself (Not that they all weren't good!) - The con's, 97% of the books focuses on the relationship and the intimate scenes between them which isn't necessarily a bad thing but I actually enjoyed them so much that I wish there had been more details, more slice of life. Would have loved for this series to be longer, perhaps even a fourth book. Two things I'd suggest: the recaps in the start of books two and three felt a bit redundant to me and one major issue I had was every time Mia spoke out against something one of the boys did, she would apologize for being 'whiny' which is completely opposite of the strong and independent woman she IS. Overall, I enjoyed this series and would recommend it to other!
This was an interesting and enjoyable read as Mia comes to terms with her fathers passing and discovers he has left a difficult constraint in his will stating she has to marry a suitable man.
We enjoy her journey as she meets and gets to know her four guys and builds her Harem in a modern world.
I enjoyed the book but found it a bit light. I liked the characters but felt they could do with a bit more depth and substance. Also though Mia was a good fiesty character, she was sometimes a bit irratic and suddenly laid into the guys for little provocation I thought. These weird bitchy outbursts creating tension, put me off her a little.
It was a good read though if you want something light.