Review: The Tycoon’s Secret Daughter by Susan Meier

The Tycoon's Secret DaughterTitle: The Tycoon’s Secret Daughter
Author:  Susan Meier
Publisher:  Harlequin
Format: ebook
ISBN: 0373178115
Genre: Romance
Release date: June 5th 2012
Number of pages: 192



The CEO’s second chance Max Montgomery had it all-charm, good looks and a career as CEO of the family business. Marriage to Kate Hunter was the icing on the cake. Until a devastating family secret sent his world-and then his marriage-crashing down around him…. Years later, Max is accidentally reunited with Kate, who also has a secret-the daughter he’s never met! Bonding with adorable Trisha may come naturally, but with the shadows of the past still haunting him, recapturing the heart of the woman he’s never stopped loving is quite a different matter…
My Thoughts

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

Max was a great guy that had a surprise and developed a drinking problem by hiding these issues. He became violent and almost hurt his wife Kate. Every night he came home drunk and their marriage was nothing anymore.
So one day while a huge fight and he destroyed the windows with a chair, Kate asked for the divorce and moved from the state, they never saw each other again. But now Kate’s father is in the hospital and seven years has passed but max saw her and their daughter.
She asked for divorce and was pregnant but he was always drunk and becoming more violent each day that she never told him about the baby and since them she’s a single mother to their little girl.
I loved Max trying to connect with the little girl and  learning about kids problems. He was really sweet and the alcohol problem is all past since the divorce. It really opened his eyes about what he was losing.
This book was a about a reencounter and it showed a couple trying to overcome some mistakes of the past. I enjoyed how much Max changed and his focus was all about the family. Plus the past mistakes his father made really messed with his head.