- File Size: 631 KB
- Print Length: 288 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Shady Creek Publishing (March 31, 2020)
- Publication Date: March 31, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0839GTWSQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,461 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Macalister Hale was HORRIBLE in the first three books of the Filthy Rich Americans series. That being said, myself and many others still loved him. Sometimes very bad men (in fiction) have something about them you just can’t help but feel drawn to. Mac had that “something”, and it pours out of him in The Redemption. What I loved about this story is Macalister becomes who he was always meant to be. Not only because he meets his perfect match with his heroine, Sophia, but also because of the things he experienced in the first three books. His failures, his losses, and now all of the things he is gaining back in this novel. Let’s just say that Ms. Sloane does a great job taking him from mean old baddie, to sweet sexy Daddy... I mean man. 😉
This read is definitely older man and younger woman, with a submissive lite vibe. It doesn’t have that salacious feel that the first three books had. He isn’t just chasing after some young woman, who doesn’t belong to him, that he wants to conquer. He’s chasing after a woman who WANTS to be chased. While Sophia submits, she is also on the same playing field as Mac. Not only do they want each other, but they come to find they need each other as well. You can tell they are equals in so many ways even though it’s reluctant at times, from some sides of the equation.
All in all this is a great read. For some reason I did expect this one to be a bit darker, but it wasn’t really. It was definitely a redemption story. A man who had lost everything climbing back out of the hole he dug himself with the help of the savvy woman he falls for.
**Also. I can’t end this without saying that I’d love to stay in Cape Hill forever and read about all these corrupt as heck families. Vance, that sweet cinnamon roll, needs his story too.**
Macalister was really hard to love in the first 3 books of this series, but there were small glimpses into his true character and the thought that he was redeemable was always there. At the end of The Deception, I was left feeling robbed of Macalister's story. I knew he had greatness in him, and I knew he could be the Hero of his own story. Well, Nikki must of heard us because we now have it. And what a great story it is!
The Redemption starts off with Macalister's return to Cape Hill after serving his time in prison. He sets out to repair the damage done to his reputation, going about it the only way he really knows how, by intimidation and money. Little does he know someone already has their eye on him. Sophia Alby throws herself in Macalister's path, hoping to entice him into hiring her as his assistant. She has the skill and the knowledge needed to repair his reputation, but she also wants something from him, something only he can provide...revenge. Their agreement leads to more than either of them bargain for.
This book was EVERYTHING I wanted for Macalister. It was so fulfilling to watch him grow and change over the course of the book. His moments of vulnerability and lose of control were so amazing to watch, to see that he is just as human as everyone else. Sophia was perfect as the h, with here own issue and vulnerabilities. She was a perfect balance to Macalister's rough edges. I highly recommend reading this book, even if you were not a fan of Macalister from the first 3 books. He definitely found redemption in this story!