A Moment Like You by Claudia Burgoa

I freaking loved Henry & Sophia!!

I love the back and forth of enemies (or I think it’s more frenemies) to lovers.

Henry can be the insufferable brother. He’s the oldest. Daddy dearest screwed up his head too. And the grandfather who raised him tried to mold him in the image he wanted. All in all, Henry is learning to be human. Although, he’s used to snapping his fingers and what he wants he gets.

Sophia isn’t that simple. And she often loathes him while at the same time lusting after him. He lights her up.

And now, instead of leaving her in New York to run his empire, he’s drug her to his family’s hell with him.

Don’t worry, she makes him jump through hoops to meet her conditions.

What she doesn’t realize is that he’ll do anything for her. Luckily, this forced bonding with his siblings and their crazy lives is teaching him how to be human. Which means he’s learning to open up and tell people why he’s doing things or even ask, so they don’t just resent him for being a high-handed jerk.

A hot high-handed jerk, but a jerk nonetheless.

We get to see the birth of a human from his false idol status.

And why?

Because he’s been in love with a spicy, sassy, fiery spitfire since he met her. Even if he didn’t know it.

I love their back and forth. Sophia’s ease with his brothers and bond with their partners. The mechanations she’s done to ensure those who deserve it survive Henry’s heavy handedness. But she’s also opened his eyes to a different path than his cold hearted grandfather put him on.

And boy, do they change that path.

Humor, heat, a dash of angst and drama, friendship, family, love…Claudia packs it all in one tasty treat of a book AND teases us with new treats in the future!

I cannot say enough about how much I loved Henry and Sophia’s hot, bumpy trip to HEA!

I received a review copy. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.



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