A Sunrise in Rio

A Sunrise in Rio Eric Jansen was aware of the reputation he gained as a cold hearted playboy As a widower with a mysterious past marriage work is his only solaceat is until the company investors threaten to pull out

  • Title: A Sunrise in Rio
  • Author: RachelMatthews
  • ISBN: B01HUZYN9Q
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Eric Jansen was aware of the reputation he gained as a cold hearted playboy As a widower with a mysterious past marriage, work is his only solaceat is until the company investors threaten to pull out of the deal With a new luxury hotel in Rio de Janeiro and a housing development for underprivileged families on the line, he needs a way to prove to the investors he isEric Jansen was aware of the reputation he gained as a cold hearted playboy As a widower with a mysterious past marriage, work is his only solaceat is until the company investors threaten to pull out of the deal With a new luxury hotel in Rio de Janeiro and a housing development for underprivileged families on the line, he needs a way to prove to the investors he is serious The beautiful new photographer, Jayla Mitchelson, is perfectly outside of the media s eye Not only will she help the deal, he just may find himself asking her to stay after the job is done.

    One thought on “A Sunrise in Rio”

    1. The story was kind of cute, but there was nothing remarkable about it. The setting was beautiful and I did like the main character and her passion for photography. I did not like the love interest he was pushy and rich. For example when the girl says that she wants to buy her own film equipment and does not want to get it from him he still buys it for her. Apart from that there were many inconsistencies, for example in one sentence it says he will pick her up at 9 and than after that it has beco [...]

    2. Any book that has a fake engagement is sure to be a great one in my eyes. This one did not disappoint. A story of a wealthy playboy, and a girl who is a hopeless romantic at heart, come together for a special favor to help a business deal succeed.Jayla Mitchelson is beyond talented as a photographer. She is fun and bubbly. She stands up for herself and does not let the world knock her down. I related to Jayla. She does not see herself as others do. Eric Jansen is a heard-worker who holds a lot o [...]

    3. If your looking for a light hearted, fast, fun beach read then this is the book for you. Actually if you enjoy a clean contemporary romance book then you would certainly enjoy this book. Eric and Jayla are fun characters that Rachel Matthews does a wonderful job in their character development and truly getting to know these two individuals. Eric is a business man that is a widow and does not want to love again or even explore the possibilities. He is often detached, distant or hardhearted toward [...]

    4. This is the first book I've read by this author. It was a quick, light and fun read. The writing was easy to read and follow. The story flowed well and the author knew how to keep the story moving. The setting of Rio, Southern California, and New York City was enchanting. Anyone who enjoys clean contemporary romance would enjoy this book.Eric Jansen, business mogul, doesn't believe in love. He dates only for public relations, but no one ever gets close to him. He's cold and he plans to stay that [...]

    5. *I received an ARC of this book in return for an honest review. I am under no obligation to leave a good review, and all opinions are my own.*That saidI liked this! The book is clean, which is high on my must-have list. The main character is sweet, logical, and not overly insecure (which made me very, very happy. It drives me nuts when women are constantly worrying about what others think.) The love interest is cold at first, but warms up. He's kind and patient. I've noticed that a few dislike h [...]

    6. Eric Jansen, business mogul, doesn't believe in love. He dates only for public relations, but no one ever gets close to him. He's cold and he plans to stay that way. However, he's got an investor that has traditional values and wants to see Eric settled down before agreeing to invest. So, Eric's solution is to hire a woman to pretend to be his fiancee. Jayla Mitchelson thinks she's flying to Rio to photograph a property development. What she doesn't expect is to that she would be playing the pre [...]

    7. This is the first book I've read by this author. It was a quick, light and fun read. The writing was easy to read and follow. The story flowed well and the author knew how to keep the story moving. The setting of Rio, Southern California, and New York City was enchanting. Anyone who enjoys clean contemporary romance would enjoy this book. Jayla is a gifted photographer who is hired by Eric's firm. Eric is a high-profile businessman with a broken past and walls built around his heart that are mil [...]

    8. I loved Jayla from the start - she's genuine, down to earth, and a true romantic. I'll admit had some mixed feelings about Eric Jansen at the beginning. He seemed to be all about the next deal and making money. But, I began to see there's more to Eric than he originally let on. He's a typical guy who kinda blows it, but then realizes his mistake because he has super amazing friends who tell him how it is. I love how their relationship developed with no expectations because it was only a "busines [...]

    9. While the storyline in this book was very predictable, I still enjoyed it. I liked Jayla. She was down to earth and humble and enjoyed the beauty of her surroundings. She did not take thing for granted. She was a perfect compliment to Eric and his crazy life full of empty glitz. I did not like Eric so much at first but grew to like him as I learned more about him and as he changed from knowing Jayla. Their romance starts out as physical attraction but grows as they get to know each other. I like [...]

    10. I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.I really liked how the book started and then it kind of went down hill from there. I liked the idea of the book but I think it just drug on. I think that one of the reasons why it felt like it was dragging was because there were so many grammatical errors and sometimes it was difficult to figure out what was actually being said. I liked how respectful they were to each other and how cute they were with each other. I was surprised by the endi [...]

    11. I didn't realize it, but I needed this book when I read it. It was a light, clean romance but not as predictable as one might think. The story was pretty realistic in relation to the characters. They were also relatable, each in different ways, for the most part. I have been in a reading slump, but I read through this book quickly because I wanted to know where it was going. That hasn't happened for me in a while. I haven't been to the beach in years, but it made me want to pay a visit and enjoy [...]

    12. This book made me smile – it was like a breath of fresh air. I have read so many books lately that just haven’t cut it. They are dull or drag on and on, or just leave you hanging. This novel just had everything in it that I love. I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. I highly recommend this book. It is definitely not the last novel I read from this author. I can’t wait to see what else she has out there.

    13. A cute predictable love story. A pretend fiancé to help close a business deal turns into something more. All of the typical elements are there: jealous ex girlfriend, paparazzi spoiling dates, rich boyfriend spoils poor girlfriend. Rip added a little extra exotic flair to an otherwise textbook love story. I would read other books by this author, but they aren't skipping to the top of my to read pile.

    14. This is the first book I have read by Rachel Matthews and will I read more in the future. A Sunrise in Rio is a short and sweet romance. I was given this ebook in exchange for an honest review and here it is: This quick clean romance is a nice light read. It is pretty much exactly what I expected it to be based on the jacket/description information and I enjoyed it.

    15. I have mixed feelings about this book. The story line and plot are cute but there are LOTS of inconsistencies. There are many incorrect verb tenses and in one chapter, Eric has dark hair and in another, he is blond. The main characters are conversing at one point and Eric says, “Can you be ready at nine?” Two paragraphs later he says, “I’ll see you at seven.” I am kind of a grammar nut so this really bothered me.

    16. A Sunrise in Rio was truly engaging. The setting of Rio was captivating and certainly enticed me to visit. The characters were multi-dimension and grew as the story developed. I appreciated that the romance had its wavering moments, however I felt it to be more physical than a connection on a deeper level. Overall, the story flowed well and kept your interest.

    17. He needs a relationship to please an investor and she needs money. A deal is made and no one expects to begin believing it could become real. He works too much and is emotionally stunted. The settings are fun with lots of description. I like the story. It kept me engrossed.I did read the book in exchange for a review.

    18. Sweet and interesting romance. Both characters had obstacles to overcome. Christian themes were present and I believe they fit into the story well (didn't feel forced). I loved the travel and adventure to Brazil!

    19. This book is a fun, easy read. A bit predictable but interesting anyway. I like the way the author describes the places they go. I received a free digital copy of this book for my honest review.

    20. This story started out pretty well, but toward the end it was a little preachy. It was like the author found God in the middle of writing the book and decided to through in some religion… I think this made the story awkward and the characters were flat, just not relatable. The story was ok, but it seemed like it was missing something.

    21. Rio! What a wonderfully romantic setting, although the setting is exotic, the story is anything but. Read full review in the 2016 December issue of InD'tale Magazine.

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