Captivating #BookReview Path to Passion by @NanaPrah #ContemporaryRomance #Interracial

Title: Path To Passion
Author: Nana Prah
Genre: Contemporary Romance 

Path to Passion is a story of second chances. And you know how I love those.

Years ago when they were still in college, Tanya fell in love with her younger brother's best friend, Miguel. But when she confesses her feeling to him, he rejects her because he couldn't risk jeopardising his relationship with her brother, Joss.

Years later, after a divorce from a passion-less marriage, Tanya is struggling to keep her night-club business afloat. Her brother recommends that she contact Miguel who is a marketing genius.

Tanya doesn't want to face Miguel again but needs must.
When they meet again, their attraction to each other resurfaces as well as the old heart aches. Miguel wants another chance to prove that he loves Tanya. But is she ready to open her heart again.

This is a captivating and beautiful story. Miguel is so easy to fall in love with. He was certainly the man with the Midas Touch. 
There were times I was shaking my head at Tanya and screaming for her. Come on, girl! But hey, we can't all be perfect, right?

And as they say, all's well that ends well. 

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Disclaimer: I volunteered to review this book.



The man who broke her heart . . .
Is the man she now needs more than ever!
Heir to his family’s global empire, branding genius Miguel Astacio turns everything into marketing gold. Only his best friend’s sister seems immune to his magic touch. Until Tanya Carrington comes to him to save her floundering nightclub. Miguel is ready to rectify past mistakes. But will his supreme sacrifice win the heart of the woman he loves? 

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