Friday, November 18, 2016

Review: More Than Money by Allison Michaels


More than Money

by Allison Michaels 
Found in Chicago #1 
Publication Date: November 7, 2016 
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance 
Cover Design: Recreatives Designs Cover Photography: R.M. Lynch


Purchase: Amazon

Ryan McMillan believes hard work and perseverance are the keys to success, not games of chance. When he receives an instant lottery ticket, he never expects to win a dime, much less walk away with the grand prize.

Collette Russo is no stranger to hardship. Loss has taught her valuable lessons in grace and modesty, traits Ryan can’t help but notice on the winner’s cruise. Collette is the only other passenger not obsessed with material things and their mutual humility sparks an attraction neither of them anticipates. 

As good fortune continues to favor Ryan, his relationship with Collette turns into a romance filled with affection and laughter, and his career begins to take off. Yet when his loyalty is tested, an old friendship turns sour.

Ryan chalks it up to greed and arrogance, and finds comfort in Collette’s experience with both. But an unthinkable event reveals that nothing is as simple as it seems. Envy and greed threaten to ruin everything.

Has Ryan’s luck finally run out? Can he take back control? Will Collette stand by him in the aftermath?

Only time will tell if love is worth more than money.


My review: 5 Lottery-Winning Stars!
Last night I posted this on Instagram: 

Just finished More than Money by Allison Michaels while Will had soccer and it was so perfect! The banter between the main characters reminded me of Heart Shaped Hack! 

Guys, I LOVED this book so much! Ryan and Collette were fantastically well-written main characters! I just can't say enough about this book, and I was so excited to see that this is the start of a series. Might we get a book on Collette's brothers Neil and Les? I place my vote for Neil to be the next focus.

About Allison Michaels

Allison Michaels enjoys combining heart, humor, and heat in her stories. When she isn’t writing or attempting to put a dent in her daunting to-be-read list, she can be found watching a movie with her family or sharing a meal with her friends. Allison lives in a southwestern Chicago suburb with her husband and daughter.


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