Suspenseful, thought-provoking, and a good old-fashioned mystery all seasoned with a dash of coming-of-age, this was a great read. Zach keeps to himself not worried about how things look around him since he can't see and doesn't socialize. This constellation of unique traits made Zach perfect romance hero catnip for readers who, like me, are sick of the manwhore alphas who are the hottest, most perfect physical specimen ever. Let me start off by saying that I love a good mystery so when I saw this I jumped at the chance to review it. And as they explore their love and let me tell you there are some steamy scenes I found myself falling for Zach as well! I have some questions about the representation of Zach's blindness and wish it had been further expounded upon. That has led to him creating dozens of companies both for-profit and non-profit according to a philosophy he explained to Sebastiao.
He has a way to transport you into his books and makes you feel like you are there with the characters. The title of this book gave me pause at first because it reminded me of a middle grade mystery but the description was intriguing so I gave it a try. Members of the community are told the cameras are present to film a documentary. Then her life literally changes when she overcomes any qualms about canvassing the last house in a neighbourhood. One that doesn't look very inviting but she can't leave any stone unturned wh Veronica is running for local city council. Let me start off by saying that I love a good mystery so when I saw this I jumped at the chance to review it. Michael Kopsa is excellent in this role and when people call him Mr Payton, it is as if they wouldn't dare to call him William to his face.
His slow and methodical deliberations drives Jones to distraction. So begins the journey of Andrew's to unravel about what truly happened to Lyndon Surway and that of Lucian Baker. But they were delightful as a unit, if not individually and by the book's end you can not imagine one without the other. It was a town mystery. I also like the big secret surrounding him but I'm not going to tell here ;- Loving the Secret Billionaire was first features in the Rogue Desire anthology where the idea is to present short romance stories with some politics thrown in. The only reason I thought this one needed more is because it w When I first opened this book to begin reading it, I was immediately disappointed.
I knew it would be when I read the plot of the book in the email by the author last year. Adriana Anders had to get creative with descriptions and it made the entire story a unique read. My boys and I have always read together, but I have had a hard time lately getting into the books they are into and that has made me sad. Lyndon Surway took off in his private jet one beautiful morning never to return. There is a lot of underlying secrets that leads to doubt but in the end everything is out in the open and they get a fresh start. Lyndon Surway with no relatives and family, left some of his money to his workers to provide for their families and children's education and the rest of his money, estates - everything else was left to Lucian Baker.
I guess I just figured an inexperienced blind man and a budding politician might take things a little more tame in the bedroom. The prose, pace, and the flow reminded me of fiction from past decades, a lot along the lines of Sidney Sheldon and the like. What happens when a young adult novel has to stand on its own merit without the benefit of vampires, zombies or constant eye-rolling? Now they must act quickly in order to get Julian's business on the right track and obtain money to pay for the wedding of Julian and his fiancé Zoe. Zach's blindness was a major part of the story, but it didn't take over or detract from the love story at all. Loving the Secret Billionaire is a wonderful one-sitting read that leaves you with a smile. I have two words for Ms.
It was just, sometimes, I find myself a little bit disconnected with them but that was not a big thing for me. Conservative in nature, he balances his emotions with a practical and well thought out approach to life. I was not expecting that. She's head strong and wants things done on her own merit and for the right reasons, can they come to a compromise and understand the other to get to a success and a hea? When I first opened this book to begin reading it, I was immediately disappointed. Once I was sure what was actually going on I could not put it down. The spark that was there when they first met burns stronger the more they're in contact, and they have heat! I let her into my life, gave her everything—including my heart. It was full of mystery and suspense, great characters, interesting plot, no sex, no drugs, no vampires.
Sign up for exclusive content, giveaways, and updates: Facebook: Twitter: Pinterest: Instagram:. Actually, while the entrepreneur, philanthropist, and founder of the Virgin Group may be known for some of his more outlandish hobbies, he's actually driven by the same thing that helped start his career: a desire to make a difference. The other thing that Lyndon Surway started was a scholarship fund to a private elite school. Though at the end of each ten day period they reveal themselves and must give a portion of their fortune to at least one person in the community. I look forward to his next installment and any other books that he shares with his audience. Overall, as much as I wanted to like this…it was just awkward and cheesy.
Teymour Shahabi was born in Paris of Persian parents in 1985. This is the story of Veronica Cruz and Zach Hubler. Andrew grew from this shy kid at the beginning of the book to a friendly talkative kid at the end of the book. I expect that we will be seeing their reviews of it up here in a bit. Radley would often consult D. When Radley and Adisu end up arguing about the waterwheel designs, Elena ends up getting advice from Warren Buffett and Bill Gates on how to get them to work together.
Some necessary character growth was sacrificed because of the shorter structure. This arc was given in exchange for my honest opinion. Filled with passion, sexy times, and most importantly heart, it'll bring you smiles! She is the swing vote between Jones and Radley when neither can see the others' point of view. His background is barely developed. Loving the Secret Billionaire is a short, sweet story. I love the whole scene with the missing notebook.