Thursday, May 2, 2013

Title: The Billionaire Wins The Game
Series: Billionaire Bachelors, #1
Author: Melody Anne
Rating: 3 Shooting Stars

Joseph Anderson has decided it is time his three successful sons find brides. Joseph wants grandchildren to fill his huge mansion, and he wants them immediately. 

His eldest son Lucas is successful in all areas of his life except love. He has no desire to have any woman enter that life, causing chaos, or using his family's name. 

Amy Harper was raised in tragic circumstances and does not like pampered, rich men who have been handed everything with a silver spoon. She spent years finishing her education and was blessed to get a job with the famous Andersons Corporation. 

Amy and Lucas will fight their attraction to each other, but find that they cannot resist the sparks that fly. They take a journey together learning to challenge, trust and ultimately….. Love.

This book starts out with Joseph Anderson plotting to get his eldest son married, so he and his wife can have grandchildren by Christmas time. I thought Joseph was seriously funny, and an adorable old man. I loved him in this book!  Anyways getting back to the story line, Joseph hires Amy Harper to be Lucas' assistant. But things go wrong with Lucas and Amy suddenly feel an instant chemistry between them.  Lucas doesn't want to open himself up to another women, because he knows that can lead to him getting hurt, and Amy knows she doesn't want a relationship now, and having an affair with her boss will make her lose everything she's gained. So they both try to put distance between them, until one day the tension becomes too thick and they take a step they never knew they would. 
I enjoyed this book a lot, but I felt there was almost too much dialogue. Sometimes it felt like it was just too much, I'm not really sure how to explain it but it was a major turn off on the book. I sometimes felt the dialogue was cheesy and forced.  Otherwise I thought the book was okay. I never felt like the book held much depth though, so I didn't really feel a deep connect with the book. It was just a fun read for the time being. 


by Whitney Martin 11:54 AM 2 comments

2 comments :

  1. Oh, it's like a secret matchmaking. I love these kinds of reads, they are more of a guilty pleasure for me lol. I'll definitely check it out and I'm happy that there are two more brother's stories to come. Sad that you thought the dialogues were cheesy but I think that was the purpose, I mean the story is kinda cheesy. But I still want to read it.
    Great review :)

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad I read it, but I just wished I had felt more from it lol. But it was still a nice read. :)

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