Heath was never my brother.
Nor my step brother, or any other relation our family tried to impose on us.
He was always just Heath, and at the end he was my Heath.
Ten years ago he disappeared, and within three years of his absence he’d taken over Hollywood.
The world my father built.
The world he wasn’t good enough for.
The world he’d been denied when he was told he couldn’t have me.
Now he’s back, and he only wants one thing…to take it all.
Hollywood King is Wuthering Heights crashed into the glitz and glam of Hollywood Royalty. A stand alone book with the happily ever after you always wanted for Cathy and Heathcliff.
I received this book from the author for an honest review.
*Clapping* GAH!! I love the fact Monica takes classic literature and revamps it to modern times while also giving it her “spin”.
If you read Wuthering Heights, like I did, we all know how it turns out and I was like “Monica GUUUURL!! You can’t do that to me!!” Trust me people the anxiety I felt made me worry!!
Health and Cathy are brother and sister by adoption. The love they felt at an early age was not a true brother and sister love. *wink wink* The beginning 3 chapters explains a lot about them and their youth plus sets the stage for this novel.
Heath and Cathy are two such stubborn idiots. They both want the other, but PRIDE is to blame for their separation. They both are so proud of the other and what they have accomplished and feel they are less then deserving for the other.
When a family situation brings them back together the fire between them cannot be contained anymore. Of course, we have some twists and turns plaguing the couple at every turn.
The last few chapters I was in high stress….life Defo Con 5 Mode people. The tears were threatening to fall with each page I turned. GAH!!! If you are a fan of classic lit then you need to take the time to read because you will not be disappointed.
Monica Corwin is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author. She is an outspoken writer attempting to make romance accessible to everyone, no matter their preferences. As a Northern Ohioian, Monica enjoys snow drifts, three seasons of weather, and a dislike of Michigan football. Monica owns more books about King Arthur than should be strictly necessary. Also typewriters…lots and lots of typewriters.