Mason Hill’s empire is up in flames.
He built Phoenix Enterprises from the ground up. Now it’s under siege. He protected his family from the moment his parents died. Now their family tragedy is being dragged through the press. His plans for revenge have brought him to his knees.
Charlotte Van Kempt faces heartbreaking betrayal.
She fought to keep her family’s company afloat after devastating financial losses, even using her own body as collateral. In repayment, her parents ruined her to regain control of Van Kempt Industries.
Mason and Charlotte are trapped in the gilded cage of his penthouse.
The media storm is outside, but the true danger is inside a man tortured by the past.
He’s haunted by grief for his parents. There’s no way for him to move forward until he comes to terms with his own survival. Until he accepts that he’s found a woman worth living for.
Binding Contract is book three in the Wealth trilogy by USA Today bestselling author Amelia Wilde.
I received an eARC in exchange foreign honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
One epic conclusion to Charlotte and Mason‘s story! These two go through absolute hell in the final leg in their story, but every second is so worth it. By the end, everything comes together so nicely like I was hoping for and it truly gave me such joy reading the conclusion of their story. Mason has officially been added to my book boyfriend list because he is just absolutely amazing. He’s kinky as hell and really proves his love to Charlotte throughout the entire book. And I just absolutely love Charlotte. She is such a ray of sunshine. I seriously loved everything about this trilogy. Not only are the main characters amazing but I really loved the side characters as well. I can’t wait to get and learn more about the Hill family!
About the Author:
Amelia Wilde is a USA TODAY bestselling author of dangerous contemporary romance and loves it a little too much. She lives in Michigan with her husband and daughters. She spends most of her time typing furiously on an iPad and appreciating the natural splendor of her home state from where she likes it best: inside.