Thursday, June 14, 2018

Review – ‘Willa’s Wish’ by Marie Harte


Thanks to Tyrone's unasked for interference, his boss and friend, Rick Hastings, has finally found true love. With Rick stateside for the holidays, Ty is left to manage Satyr's Myst, an exclusive pleasure resort where anything goes. He's too busy to indulge in anything not business related, but Ty can't get his mind off of Rick's new hire, Willa Trainor.

Willa distracts him in way that makes him uneasy. More than her sinful body and alluring face, the beauty within the woman tempts him more than she should. She's a stranger, for all that he wants her. And Ty's been hurt before. But Willa isn't who he thinks she is. She's more than a sexy bombshell with a desire that matches his. She's the woman whose childhood crush blossomed into soul deep love.

Despite Ty's desire to leave the past in its place, Willa's not willing to be ignored. Because when the truth comes out, Willa's not taking no for an answer, not when she's finally come to claim her man.


In the fourth novella in the Satyr’s Myst series, bartender Tyrone Bennett now manages the popular sexual fantasy resort, Satyr’s Myst, since the owner Rick and his two lovers have moved stateside. If not for a new employee, Willa, Ty wouldn’t be so stressed about his new job, but she keeps distracting him in the worst ways.
Willa Trainor has done everything she can think of to get Ty to notice her, but he maintains a polite distance. Though he doesn’t remember her, they’ve met before, and she’s been in love with him for so long. After Willa and a few friends give Ty a really hot show, Willa’s every wish finally came true.
I really wish this story would’ve been longer—it’s the shortest of the four books in the series—but it’s still pretty good. Willa and Ty are great characters, and I was hoping Ty would get his own story since he played a role in two of the other books. I believe this is the last one in the series, but I would love to read more.
4 Stars

Disclaimer – I bought this book for my own enjoyment. I am not paid or compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.

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