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* Review * HOW NOT TO MESS WITH A MILLIONAIRE by Regina KyleHow Not to Mess with a Millionaire by Regina Kyle
Series: Mediterranean Millionaires #1
Published by Entangled: Indulgence on June 7, 2021
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Interior decorator Zoe Ryan’s life resembles a bad country song. Her boyfriend dumped her, her car died, and she was recently handed a pink slip. What’s a girl to do? Leave everything behind for a bit....in Positano, Italy. And when she gets there, she finds a surprising extra—millionaire restaurateur Dante Sabbatini in the kitchen. In his underwear. Making coffee. It’s suddenly not only hot outside, but exactly what is he doing inside, in her temporary kitchen?

Dante’s plan was to escape to his family’s beach house for some quiet and privacy. What he didn’t know was that his meddling, matchmaking nonna rented the entire house to a sexy stranger at the exact same time as his stay. It took him months to clear his schedule—there’s no way he’s leaving now.

With both refusing to leave, Zoe and Dante agree to be temporary roomies, but secretly aim to try to drive the other out. He plays his music as loud as he wants and will wear as little clothing as possible, and she’ll just go ahead and adopt that pig she fell in love with in town. But suddenly their game of one-upmanship takes a very sexy detour, and they can’t believe what happens next.


Regina Kyle brings all the feels with a side of laughter to the surface with this gem! HOW NOT TO MESS WITH A MILLIONAIRE is the first book in an exciting new Mediterranean Millionaires series by Kyle and takes us on a decadent jaunt through Italy. The setting was glorious, the romantic connection divine, and though I would have liked a tad more development on Zoe’s background, I utterly enjoyed their story and look forward to more in the series!

Zoe is a fun character to get to know. She’s recently dumped and without a job but that didn’t stop her from the trip of a lifetime she had planned. An handsome intruder in her vacation home though could be derailing.

Dante had my heart very quickly. He has a past that he hasn’t been able to put to rest yet and though he’s functioning in life, he’s got a heaviness to his heart that isn’t easing up.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a romance with laughter, heartache and desire all joining together to form a solid story of relatable characters.


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