Review: The Secret Heiress by Susie Warren (99 Cents!)

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Welcome to my review stop for THE SECRET HEIRESS by Susie Warren.  Susie will be awarding a $25 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.   You can follow the tour here:

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GENRE:  Contemporary Romance



Raised by a single mother in London, Anna Harris was surprised to find out her father was the business mogul, Oliver Bolles.  Deciding to follow in his footsteps, she used her brilliant ability with numbers to secure a sought after position in a London brokerage house. Disillusioned by the lack of integrity, Anna decides to seek a more fulfilling career and unknowingly throws herself into the path of an old obsession, Alistair Martin. Finding it difficult to endure the emotional scars of being abandoned by her father and then taken advantage of by a devious boyfriend, Anna avoids serious relationships until she is challenged to do something she has never done.

Alistair Martin is a hot, obscenely wealthy vineyard owner with a razor sharp business mind who pursues Anna out of curiosity and decides to invest into her failing events management company. He was raised in poverty until he was a teenager and his father’s family brought him into the fold. Anna is not what he expects and he has to change his game plan if he hopes to convince the secret heiress to let down her guard enough to leap into a wild affair.


Anna Bolles wanted a different life. She was tired of entertaining clients who drank too much and lived to party. She had worked extraordinarily hard for the company over the past two years but with each passing day she became more unfulfilled. Being one of the only women, even with the Bolles name to protect her, made her a target.

She nodded to the security officer and walked out the front revolving door and headed down the busy London sidewalk. It was the beginning of rush hour and professionals were getting off work.

Awkwardly carrying the cardboard box in the busy rush hour crowd, announced to absolute strangers that she had either been fired or had given notice. Anna made her way over to a trash receptacle and looking into the box, removed an antique letter opener, a pair of sunglasses, a silk scarf and a few favorite pens and tucked them into her handbag. She tossed the remaining items into the trash and then took apart the box and placed it in a recycle bin. She wanted to escape the spotlight. She should be celebrating; she had narrowly escaped a life destined to be overly competitive, at times morally bankrupt, and seen by most as a mindless rat race.

Within a few short blocks, she walked into her apartment building. Taking the elevator to the 12th floor, she opened the door to her luxurious flat. The furnishings were mostly white on white with an occasional splash of pink. She was going to miss this place if she were being honest. She had decorated it herself and it was her first real venture into adulthood.

There were open boxes everywhere. The movers were coming Sunday to put most of her furniture in storage. She had found a cheap studio apartment in an old area of London. She would need to conserve every pound if she was going to be self-sufficient and be able to live on the small salary from the start-up.

She walked into the bedroom and stripped off her work clothes. She opted for a pair of low cut jeans and a button down white cotton shirt. She pulled on black boots and put her blond hair up into French twist.

She had promised to meet a few of her co-workers for a celebratory drink. She needed closure. Most of them would think her decision to leave was foolish. Afterwards, she would drop by her mother’s house to share the news before someone else told her.


Anna Bolles was born to a life of privilege and private boarding schools.  She is a brilliant mathematician and has a high powered job in finance.  She has made a decision at the start of the book to sell her elegant apartment, quit her job and take on a new job at a start events company with an old friend Frances, who is about to go on maternity leave.  She is determined to change her life! The new company needs an influx of investment money to survive and who is in charge of giving the investment, an old crush Alistair, who is rich and good looking.  Can Anna impress Alistair for the startup company despite the mutual attraction?  I thought the author did a wonderful job with Anna’s character, betrayed first by her father, then a college boyfriend and raised by a cold mother.  This is a great read!


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Susie Warren spends most of her time writing intense and complex stories about falling in love.  Her beloved characters are real living and breathing people thrown into unusual circumstances.  Besides being drawn into a make believe world each day, Susie keeps tabs on her inventor husband and her three challenging yet mostly perfect teenagers. She has five novels published and is working on her 6th.

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The book will be $0.99 during the tour.

Amazon:  The Secret Heiress: a contemporary romance novel (The Bolles Dynasty Book 2)


The Forgotten Heiress (The Bolles Dynasty Book 1)


The Chosen Heir (The Bolles Dynasty Book 3)


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9 thoughts on “Review: The Secret Heiress by Susie Warren (99 Cents!)

  1. Great excerpt and review, The Secret Heiress sounds like a fantastic read and I enjoyed following the tour and learning about it, thanks for sharing and good luck!

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