Review: Gentle Persuasion

Gentle Persuasion
Gentle Persuasion by Cerella Sechrist
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I adored this book!! Dane Montgomery is a hot commodity, an ace in his field of Marketing and Advertising and recruiters have been clamoring to bring him out of retirement where he’s made a new life for himself in Hawaii as a coffee purveyor and owner of the Okina Inn and coffee plantation.

Meanwhile Lillian Reid, a.k.a. the dragon lady, and owner of Reid Recruiting has entrusted her daughter and employee, Ophelia Reid, with the task of enticing Dane back to the states. Towers International, Reid Recruiting Agency’s biggest client wants Dane, and Reid is determined to rise to the challenge. Their company is at stake, along with Ophelia’s future of expanding operations to Paris where she’s dreamed of residing for most of her life. But when Ophelia meets Dane and observes what he has built she begins to have second thoughts about her intentions, and maybe even some feelings for the charasmaric and elusive Dane Montgomery. Which will she choose? Will she proceed with luring Dane back to the mainland with Towers International’s lucrative offers and incentives; simultaneously saving her mother’s company and winning Lillian Reid’s respect and approval and finally fulfilling her dream of moving to Paris? Or will she opt for love instead?

I truly LOVED this book!! It was an engaging story with nicely developed characters and a beautiful ending. I’d already read book 2 in the series, The Paris Connection, and loved it so much that when I had an opportunity to go back and read book 1 I jumped on it. Cerella Sechrist is an excellent storyteller and I’m confident that if you like wholesome romance you will thoroughly enjoy Gentle Persuasion. Highly recommended.

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