Heirs: Boxed set books 1-3 Kindle Edition
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top Customer Reviews
Book 1: Secrets & Lies
What happens when the most eligible bachelor in Europe falls in love with the daughter of the President of the US. A look back in time to the 1980's. Lots of passion and suspense. Does their love survive family secrets that surface ? This is a cliffhanger and the first book in a trilogy. When Leigh's son and Nikki's daughter fall in love will a 30 year old family secret tear them apart.
Book 2: Lies & Regret
This trilogy just gets better with book two and we are left with a cliffhanger waiting for #3. Lots of glamour and glitz set in 1985. Drama, suspense, passion, the mafia, lies will keep you page turning. As secrets from the past continue to unravel, will Maixent and Charley's love survive. A well written book with great characters. A past that won't stay buried combined with blackmail and deception.
Book 3: Revenge & Lies
It all comes together in this book, the third one in the series. Did the 30 year secret get uncovered? What happened to the Royal Dynasty and America's Presidential family? Deceit, scandal, betrayal, passion, lust, revenge, blackmail, this book has it all along with a great ending
You will enjoy this series. I received an advance copy and voluntarily chose to review the box set.
The first of a three book series introduces us to a world of the upper crust. And we aren’t just talking about families with money, but families with money and power. And what does money and power do better than amplify personalities? A fairly large cast of characters are all entwined in a loosely related plot; as the pages turn the reader sees the strands tighten. It does take a few chapters to begin to understand how all of the characters related to each other.
Being a romantic novel there are a few obligatory passion-filled scenes, some being more bawdy than others, but they do not dominate the chapters. There is enough action to keep the reader’s attention though it is a tad hard to relate to the characters which makes their actions sometimes seem pretentious.
Though part of a series, this book does hold it own, with a climax (pun intended) and cliff hanger that will entice the reader to pick up book two. Take all three books to the beach- these quick read will ensure you enjoy your leisurely afternoon.
Lies & Regret: Heirs Book 2 by Elleby Harper
This is the second in a three book series by Harper. The loosely braided plot from the first book starts to thicken in this book. There is a greater focus on the main set of characters which is refreshing as the first book introduced quite a cast. Though Nikki is a bit unbearable- her actions are a bit like nails on a chalkboard, the rest of cast is delightful to follow.
The detailed imagery that you have come to expect from book one carries throughout book two. Details of decor, fashion, and food are peppered throughout; sometimes in abundance, but it can help the reader sink further into the world of royalty and aristocracy. But - make sure to have a snack on hand as you might find your tummy rumbling in expectation.
A quick read, much like the first book- with the same amount of engaging plot twists and turns. This book is much less romance and much more mystery. Though the mystery gets a bit long in the tooth, expect to want to have the third book on hand.
Revenge & Lies: Heirs Book 3 by Elleby Harper
Making it through the third book is as easy as the first two. The main characters have all been introduced and they stay true to the characteristics that the reader has come to expect.
All of the action that has been slowly building finally bursts forth. The plot weaves its way to and fro which ties up all the threads that have been laid out by the author in the first two books. Sure there are a few moments when the reader might roll their eyes as something predictable will happen, but it doesn’t upset the willingness to read further. The ending has a rather fairytale quality to it- much like Altobello itself.
*Note: I was provided this series free of cost by the author. The circumstance of receiving the book had no affect on my review*