Hollywood Heir by Ruth Cardello

Hollywood Heir

Westerly Billionaire, Book 4

by Ruth Cardello

I do wish that I had read the first three novels in the series especially since moments were mentioned that previously happened in other novels. I was a bit lost on what happened to Rachelle. I wish that the author would have stated at the beginning of this novel –and advisement of reading the previous novels. Even though I had moments of confusion, I loved the characters. 
Sage Revere is a bit of an oddball–she’s a plant psychologist. She has a Master’s degree in human interaction with plants. She finds clients who are sad and matches them with the right plants to enrich their lives. Sage finds her clients when they are at a low point in their lives. 
Eric Westerly is a Hollywood star and part of the Westerly family dynasty. The Westerly family are America’s wealthy royal family with ties to the Vandorra royal family in England. Ericis fresh from rehab and burned out on the Hollywood lifestyle which is one of the many reasons why he moved his homebase to London. One of his escapes is disguising himself as a regular person with a scar–Wayne Easton. Sage entrances him. At first, he just wanted her to scratch an itch, although what he gets instead is much better. Will Sage cure Eric of the saddness she sees in his eyes? Can she forgive his lies? Can Eric accept the changes in his life with or without Sage?

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I love to read! I review books for contemporary fiction, young adult, and romance novels. I read the majority of my novels on my Kindle.

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