Mills & Boon-The Tycoon’s Stowaway

by Stefanie London


3.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

3.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

Description:

The one that got away… Luxury yacht tycoon Brodie Mitchell and dancer Chantal Turner haven’t seen each other since that fateful night when the searing heat between them ignited, devastating everything in its wake. Yet it’s clear that their fire has never dimmed. Eight years ago, their irresistible attraction was forbidden. Now, they’re both single and Brodie’s determined to get Chantal out of his system. Even if he can only offer a no-strings fling… On Brodie’s yacht, exploring their electric chemistry opens Brodie’s eyes to what he really wants – what he’s always wanted: Chantal. This time he’s going to tame his little stowaway…for good! Sydney’s Most Eligible… These sexy Sydney tycoons didn’t get to the top by taking the easy way – the only thing they love more than a challenge is a woman who knows her mind. So let the fireworks begin…! Book 1: Her Boss by Day… by Joss Wood Book 2: The Millionaire’s Proposition by Avril Tremayne Book 3: The Tycoon’s Stowaway by Stefanie London Book 4: The Hotel Magnate’s Demand by Jennifer Rae

184
English
Genre, Romance

About The Author

Stefanie London lives in Melbourne with her very own hero and enough books to sink a ship. She frequently indulges in her passions for good coffee, French perfume, high heels and zombie movies. During the day she uses lots of words like synergy and strategy. At night she writes sexy contemporary romance stories and tries not to spend too much time shopping online and watching baby animal videos on YouTube.


Average Reader Rating

3.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings

Reader Reviews

6 reviews for Mills & Boon-The Tycoon’s Stowaway

  1. 3 out of 5

    “Good Reading”

  2. 4 out of 5

    I thoroughly enjoyed this sexy reunion romance by Stefanie London. Brody and Chantal had a rocky start and neither expected a chance at love after their flirtation years ago effectively broke up their group of friends, as well as Brody’s friendship with his best mate.Chantal’s hard working, stubborn and independent, but there’s something soft there calling out for some love and affection. I warmed to her immediately. She’s had it tough and was determined to make her way in the world on her own after divorcing her controlling and manipulative ex-husband. With one unsuccessful audition after another, her dancing career was swirling the drain and then she accidentally booked a job in a dodgy dance club. It’s there that she’s surprised by her old group of friends. Brody was not only smoking hot, but a man I grew to respect more and more throughout the book. His laid-back exterior was so deceptive, hiding a man with a strong work ethic and a successful yacht charter business. His best quality by far was his love and loyalty to his family. The way he looked after his sisters melted my heart. He’s never had time for commitment… hell, he’s too busy with his business and looking out for his sisters. Can he put himself first and go after what he wants more than anything – Chantal?The sexual tension between these two was off the charts, from the very opening scene. Their journey from thinking they just need to get their ‘forbidden attraction’ out of their systems to realizing their feelings go much, much deeper is truly satisfying in every way. 

  3. 4 out of 5

    One of the mainstays of a Stefanie London book is the guarantee that it will be fun and flirty. The Tycoon’s Stowawy is definitely that, but it’s also a very emotionally charged reunion story with high heat levels. The romance between Chantel and Brodie feels real. Like most relationships, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. This is a couple that has to walk through the fire and learn some hard lessons about not just themselves, but each other. It definitely stands out from the crowd and is well worth the read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    This reunion romance between Brodie the sexy former surfer dude turned yacht charter business owner and Chantal the contemporary dancer, is everything I like about modern romance. We have a strong heroine who isn’t afraid to dream large and make it in a competitive career and a hot broody hero with some angst who is really a marshmallow under it all, caring for his younger sisters. There’s some sizzling chemistry and simmering sexual tension, especially in Brodie’s point of view when he’s watching Chantal dance. As always, I love the author’s Australian settings and fun, modern voice.The only thing I didn’t like was the book title: The Tycoon’s Stowaway. Sure, Brodie owns his own business but he didn’t strike me as a tycoon and Chantal was staying on his yacht at his invitation, not hiding out below decks. Never mind, it didn’t ruin my enjoyment. 

  5. 4 out of 5

    I loved this story this is the third instalment in The Sydney’s Most Eligible series and it is a fantastic one hot sensual and steamy as dancer Chantal and yacht tycoon Brodie re-kindle something that started but never really got anywhere 8 years ago in The Whitsunday’s the setting is just so good and the yacht that Brodie has is such a great place for their friends with benefits fling but both Brodie and Chantel cannot deny the sizzling heat between them that has lasted this long and with Chantel being so independent and Brodie someone who has to look after everyone this is causing a few problems but when the light goes off for both of them it really goes off. This is a story that you will not want to put down don’t miss it 🙂 It rocked

  6. 4 out of 5

    I loved this new offering from Stefanie London. It was a light and happy love story with a strong hero in Brodie Mitchell, and a sexy heroine in Chantal Turner. Stefanie draws you into the characters conflicting emotions in her stories very quickly and with apparent ease. You feel swept away to another world of yachts, of dancing, and dinner on the deck under the stars . . . just as it should be in any good book.I wanted to story to go on, and on . . . but I can’t have everything!

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