Wrong Harlequin… or is it? Harley Quinn is the absolute best.
I’m back with another Harlequin tour, this time for a book on the Harlequin Presents line. This is for the Fall Glamorous blog tours, and don’t worry. I’m on a few books throughout this season, and hopefully for all the seasons so stay tuned.
Manhattan’s Most Scandalous Reunion
by Dani Collins
Series: The Secret Sisters #2
Publisher: Harlequin Presents
Release Date: August 24, 2021
Length: 224 pages
He can’t turn her away, and it has nothing to do with the media storm outside his penthouse! Enjoy this sizzling romance from USA TODAY bestselling author Dani Collins.
She left him.
That doesn’t mean she’s forgotten him.
When paparazzi mistake Nina Menendez for a supermodel, she takes refuge in her ex’s New York penthouse. Big mistake. Guarded Reve Weston is incapable of emotional intimacy—and is intensely seductive…
Reve has had enough of scandal. To keep his name out of the tabloids, he insists Nina stay with him. But as their spark reignites and she shares the mysteries of her past, Reve realizes his cynicism has a downside. If he can’t give Nina the fairy tale she dreams of, he’ll have to let her go…for good!
When Canadian Dani Collins found romance novels in high school she wondered how one trained for such an awesome job. She wrote for over two decades without publishing, but remained inspired by the romance message that if you hang in there you’ll find a happy ending. In May of 2012, Harlequin Presents bought her manuscript in a two-book deal. She’s since published more than thirty books with them and is definitely living happily ever after.
Disclaimer: I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you to Dani Collins, Netgalley, and Harlequin Special Edition for this free copy. All quotes in this review are taken from the Advanced Reader Copy and may change in final publication.
So technically this is part of a series, with this being the second book but I feel like it could be read as a standalone. At least, I wasn’t too confused about the events of this book since I didn’t actually read the first one yet prior to reading this one. So take that as you will. If you were curious, it is the Secret Sisters books.
I think I have a thing for closed proximity novels in a sense. And even though it isn’t always a close proximity type of novel, it still had those vibes and I adored it for it. See, the issue was that the paparazzi mistook Nina for Oriel, who happens to be a famous supermodel. The “secret sisters” part starts to make more sense after you find out why they keep getting mixed up. Somehow, wanting to avoid the drama of scandal and being the public eye for something that isn’t even accurate in her case, she ends up ducking out into her ex boyfriend’s penthouse that she happens to be by. Now, Reve does NOT like being a part of scandal either, and yet he will help Nina out of this because that’s just what he wants to do in this case.
We get to find out what’s the deal about Nina and Oriel, who they are to each other and why they only found out about one another recently…. we slowly find out why Nina and Reve aren’t together, even though it seems like maybe there’s a second chance romance in the stars for these two. Things can get pretty heated, and all in all it can be a pretty fun read.