From betrayals and obsessions to secrets and seductions, this exclusive billionaire romance boxed set will possess you and leave you panting for more. Featuring stories from some of today's most popular New York Times, USA Today, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble bestselling authors, including Tawny Taylor, Ava Lore, Selena Kitt, Terry Towers and Anna Antonia.
The Billionaire's Muse by Ava Lore: When struggling artist Sadie MacElroy attempts to pay back eccentric billionaire Malcolm Ward for a broken vase, Malcolm decides he wants her: in front of his camera, under his brush, and in his bed.
The CEO and the Girl from the Coffee Shop by Terry Towers: Coffee shop hostess, Beth Wilmington, is shocked when one of her customers, sexy billionaire Gabriel Reynolds, offers her a job as a live-in housekeeper. She takes the job, but fears only trouble can ensue.
Yes, Mr. Collins by Anna Antonia (writing as Charlotte deCorte): Brilliant, yet demanding, billionaire boss Mr. Collins will stop at nothing to get his assistant Natasha Reynolds under this thumb and in his bed.
My Rockstar Billionaire by Amy Aday: Belle travels to an island resort and meets sexy and mysterious Ricky, who won't take no for an answer. Will she learn to trust again and learn his secrets?
Heidi and the Kaiser by Selena Kitt: When wanna-be designer Heidi accidentally stains fashion mogul Warren Kaiser's pants, she gets two things she didn't expect--a spanking and a job.
Gloria's Secret by Nelle L'Amour: Gloria Long, the world's largest retailer of lingerie, succumbs to the charms of billionaire advertising guru Jaime Zander, but her own dark secret threatens her empire, their relationship, and her life.
Make You Mine by Tawny Taylor: To keep her job, Daryl Laroche must find the perfect new client for her employer and the sexy, rich and enigmatic Tevin Page fits the bill. But before he signs the contract, he issues one deliciously tempting demand...
Trapped into a Marriage by Dez Burke: Blackmailed into marriage to rich, gorgeous, Nick Vitale, Keyonna Hayes is determined to teach him a thing or two about love. Soon intrigue, heartbreak, and betrayal ensue, and the two fight to regain a love that was always destined to be theirs.
The Art of Catching a Greek Billionaire by Marian Tee: Schoolteacher Mairi Tanner is not a gold digger, she just knows what she wants her Mr. Right to be--handsome, Greek, and oh, a billionaire, too! Is that so bad?
What He Wants by Tawny Taylor: Billionaire Shane Trant always gets what he wants. He wants Bristol Deatrich, but only complete possession of her mind and body will satisfy him.
The Billionaire’s muse by Ava Lore
After reading the title of the book, a very explicit name by the way, you could almost say without reading the book what was going to be about; obviously about a billionaire and a muse.
Just from the first chapter you get the feeling about the main character, Sadie. The entire book is from her perspective and it’s definitely one of those characters with a distinctive voice and personality that’s almost tactile through the words. She is fun and determined, strong yet soft and has an attitude. The story kept going and I definitely have to admit I wasn’t expecting the turn of events that happened in the very first chapter. It was a fast paced read. And I can tell you it was steamy all the way maybe a little too descriptive for my taste in some scenes. It has sex all right at least once by chapter. So much it was tiring and didn’t really make sense in some moments.
So, the billionaire Malcolm Ward was an entertaining character in his own way. With a philosophical view of things and just the words to say it, Malcolm Ward is a mysterious and handsome man that despised his hard and closed exterior the reader can feel an emotional guy behind. One that is more than the money and the craziness he mask himself with.
And his muse is Sadie, a frustrated artist that ended up working as the personal assistant of her best friend and husband. The story develops after an unexpected disaster in an auction she organized and to resolve that she had to auction herself. And Mister Ward sort of buys her.
There wasn’t much romance, their interactions were mostly sex. But there was something evolving between the two of them. Something more than friendship without being Love. I liked the understanding they had in each other; it was an easy yet weird relationship. Sometimes I couldn’t follow their line of thinking, mostly Sadie’s. Anyway the puzzle of their personalities sort of comes together at the end of the book creating the masterpiece they needed to find together, the solution for both their lives.
I love that one of the last scenes where he paints her white and gold, the concept behind it was beautiful and that is what I would like to save from this story: You can overcome anything with the right person beside you.
i would reate the book with 4 STARS .
Note: The review for rest books will be posted later sorry for the delay.