Callie Taylor's life is turned upside down when she learns the truth about her birth following the death of her mother. Not only is her father alive, but he's none other than presidential candidate Senator Warren Sherbrooke.
Billionaire and confirmed bachelor, Dylan Talbot, is devoted to his family. When his stepfather Warren Sherbrooke receives a letter from a past love telling him they have a daughter together, Dylan is instantly suspicious. In order to keep the media vultures away and protect Warren's political aspirations, Dylan convinces Warren to let him handle the situation.
As Callie and Dylan spend time together, they can't resist the feelings that blossom between them. However, when Callie learns the real reason he has been spending time with her their fledgling romance is put in jeopardy and only complete honesty can save it.
The Teacher's Billionaire has a very interesting plot line. Callie's mother died recently, and she just found out her father is the next presidential candidate Senator Warren Sherbrooke. She's not really sure what she feels about finally learning the truth about her father, and why her mother kept it a secret for so long. But she might not have much a choice not that Warren wants to see her. But to help keep Warren's career in check Dylan his stepson is sent to check out Callie, and make sure she is telling the truth about everything. But once Dylan and Callie meet thins seem to change for both of them. They form a nice friendship but it blossoms rather quickly. Now what will they do since they have a relationship as more than friends, when they both know that nothing more can come of it? This book was very interesting, it didn't turn out to be great, or really good it was only okay. It's the type of book you can read while waiting for something else, mainly just to kill time. I did enjoy the character's but overall I just couldn't bring myself to love the book. There wasn't anything wrong with exactly, I just didn't really like the character's to much.