Tangling with the London Tycoon

Tangling with the London Tycoon

by Suzi Jennings

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781633758339
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 02/13/2017
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 225
Sales rank: 227,727
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Suzi lives in New Zealand and writes international stories of love and laughter for Entangled Publishing.

It all started in childhood when she discovered reading, scribbled stories about princesses in castles, and grew up to spend way too much money on books.She writes warm and witty contemporary romance where modern style meets old-world charm.

Think 'smart city chic with small town heart' where family secrets, powerful friendships and enduring loves heal hearts and forge happily-ever-afters.

Her characters are feisty, flirty, fun - and talkative!

Why write romance? Because nothing beats the treat of escape into the pages of a warm-hearted love story - sugar free and smile loaded - they've got to be good for you!

In addition to her characters, Suzi loves books, handbags, funky stationery, heritage buildings, and all things lavender blue (except cheese!).

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Tangling with the London Tycoon 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Lori-Gonzo More than 1 year ago
When I first read the blurb for this book, I was thinking it would be a light hearted, cute little book. But it is something different. Rosco and Kitty are vulnerable people with thick walls surrounding their hearts. Both have a sad tale that has lead them to be the people they are. Rosco is very straight laced, but so dedicated to his family and is adorable with his niece. He comes to life when Kitty is around. And Kitty is a very independent. worldly woman who keeps Rosco on his toes. I loved their interactions and their banter. Their trip to paradise was beautiful and heartwarming. Their story turned out to be very sincere and loving. I received this book in exchange for an honest review from the publisher through Netgalley.
IreneC More than 1 year ago
3 stars For me, Tangling with the London Tycoon was an OK read. While the writing was good and the storyline kept me turning the pages, I failed to connect with Kitty and Rosco's characters which affected my overall enjoyment.
AntoniaG More than 1 year ago
This was a good read. rosco and Kitty both had troubled childhoods. Together they were able to forget for a while, but their pasts came back to haunt them. It was a fun and angst filled read. Good characters, main and secondary, and a nicely written world that is entertaining. Clean read, no sex scenes, though it's hinted at. Overall, nice. I voluntarily reviewed a Advanced Reader Copy of this. All opinions are my own and honestly stated.
BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
Kitty couldn’t afford to let the opportunity of Rosco Redmond pass by. Kitty had never walked away from a challenge since she was sixteen. Then her mother had died and left her alone. Rosco was CEO of his family’s Investment And Publishing Groups. Kitty only had two hours to get things together and get to Rosco’s home for the photography assignment. He wanted Kitty to photograph his sister’s wedding but his way. He would make sure of the pictures she took and oversee them. Amanda was happy to be all over the social media but Rosco was in negotiations to win the contract for the pictorial history of the Duke of Sandford’s private palace that were almost over and Rosco wanted nothing to come between him getting this project. Rosco felt attraction to kitty but he didn’t get personal with employees. The media was trying to link Rosco with Titania who was a pop star and on the wild side and Rosco definitely wanted to stop that rumor even though Titania was part of the bridal party. Eighteen months earlier Kitty had found out she had four half sisters now they all lived together and had businesses in the warehouse they had refurbished. Kitty had agreed to run interference with the Titania situation as well as his aunts if Rosco would let her give him a presentation of her Bedouin project. Rosco ended up kissing kitty while hiding out from his aunts. Then Rosco shows up at Kitty’s sister restaurant and offers them a project they could work on together for him. But there is also still the attraction. I liked this book a lot. It was a fun read but also pulled at your heartstrings how both Rosco and Kitty didn’t have a loving upbringing. I liked how Kitty found a room for her and Rosco to hide and almost get found out. I laughed out loud and choke up while reading this story and that is a good thing I felt like I was there.I like how Rosco and Kitty opened up to each other it added to the story that they trusted each other with a very painful part of their lives. It was a good plot and an enjoyable read. I loved the characters and the ins and outs and I recommend.
HeyerF4n More than 1 year ago
Loved this novel and the interaction between the characters. The author's descriptions of places and in particular Kitty's clothes painted vivid pictures in my minds eye. I loved the humour and quirkiness that was inserted into the story, an example of the former is Rosco with regard to his sister's wedding - He was considering joining the washing-up staff, or developing a short but highly infectious illness. Matrimonial man-flu. This is my first book by this author but I don't think it will be the last. I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.
repsgoddess More than 1 year ago
Tangling with the London Tycoon by Suzi Jennings was a fast and fun contemporary romance that was a nice escape from reality. I abso~loved the back and forth that took place between Rosco and Kitty. Very well-done read. An ARC was generously provided in exchange for an honest review of which this is both honest and completely voluntary.
BananaTricky More than 1 year ago
Disappointing. Kitty Mayfair is a contract photographer. Randomly selected by the head of LJ Redmond Publishing to take his sister's wedding photos after the previous photographer fractures her collar bone. Rosco Redmond is the head of the publishing house. He is the antithesis of his father who drank and cheated his way around London. He is desperate to win a lucrative publishing contract and needs his family business (and ergo his family) to exude class and sophistication - difficult to do when his sister has invited the pop star Titania to be one of her bridesmaids. When Kitty is papped entering Rosco's London townhouse it spells bad news for both of them. Him because of the potential publishing contract and her because of her past. My overwhelming feeling was that this was a longer 'women's fiction' novel that had been forced into the shorter Entangled Publishing format (not saying either is wrong, just that this format didn't work for the story). The novel jumped from one scene to another and seemed to be more about ticking off a shopping list of billionaire attributes (London townhouse, country estate, sports car, helicopter etc) than developing a coherent story. Both Kitty and Rosco had 'issues' which again felt too much for such a short novel format. Frankly, I didn't understand Kitty's hatred of the paparazzi nor her backstory with Trinity St George (or at least I didn't understand what the big issue was with Trinity). Similarly, I didn't understand the backstory with Rosco's potential publishing contract. I certainly didn't feel any connection between Kitty and Rosco (even their names are irritating me), I found their 'romance' difficult to believe. Basically, I felt that this was like a storyboard for a longer, more nuanced novel in which we saw more of the peripheral characters like Rosco's family or Kitty's family and got to understand why Kitty decided that Rosco had been playing her despite all evidence to the contrary. I received a free copy of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
Just an ok read for me. The writing was good but I never really connected with these characters. The chemistry between Roscoe and Kitty didn't really feel true. He's a control freak, she's a free spirit and the two just didn't seem right together to me. Not a bad story with family issues at the core for both of them. The last thing they need is all the publicity Roscoe's sisters wedding is generating so they team up to hold off the vultures.
Linda__ More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this contemporary romance between the unlikely duo of London tycoon Rosco, and photographer Kitty. They both have secrets in their past and Kitty especially is wary of being recognized or of the paparazzi. Rosco contracts Kitty for an emergency replacement for his sister's wedding photography, but Kitty has always avoided wedding photography. Before long, she is pushed outside of her comfort zone as she and Rosco explore their attraction. This is an entertaining novel that I gave four stars for a solid plot with some fun quirks. The plot was steady, but a bit slow. The characters were engaging and I would have loved to have learned more about them. The author has great potential and I am looking forward to reading more by her. I believe that she is an author to watch and I'm already looking forward to her next book. (less)
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Behind the lens of the glamorous life are two people destined to be victims of their own family legacies. Tangling With the London Tycoon is a look into the dark side of fame. The paparazzi, phobias and loneliness that in Kitty's case lead her to seek to live outside the spotlight. So why is she allowing herself to be pulled back in? Could it be the mysterious challenge that Roscoe represents? Or perhaps the yearning of one lonely heart for another? Though not without it's problems, Tangling With the Tycoon quickly recouped and made for a solid first read by a fresh new author.