Tuesday, July 1, 2014


Title: Matched to a Billionaire
Author: Kat Cantrell
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Wanted: one convenient wife 

 Venture capitalist Leo Reynolds is married to his work, but now he needs a wife. Someone to run his home, host his parties...and accept a marriage that's strictly business. His one rule: love will play no part in their union. At least that's the lie he tells himself, until he meets his match.

 Enter Daniella White--handpicked by the matchmaker as the perfect wife. Marriage to Leo means security, and she's willing to give up passion for friendship. But the moment they meet, sparks fly. And now temptation--and Leo's own heart--have the billionaire ready to change all the rules.

ARC received from NetGalley. 

 The book begins when Leo realizes he needs a wife who won't get emotionally attached to him so he can stay "married" to his work, but have all the benefits of a wife. So he goes to a matchmaking service that sets him up with Dannie. Dannie needs help paying for her mother care because she is currently sick and dieing. So she agrees to marry some one to help out, but she also believes that she won't ever have a love match so this type of marriage is perfect, until she starts falling for her husband. 

 This book was very good. It was very well written with a very interesting story line. I must say I've read quite a few books that have the hero and heroine get married for some weird reason then fall in love. But this one was very good. I really loved both characters. Dannie was very interesting even though I felt she whined a little bit to much, but other than that I felt she was wonderful with how honest she was with her feelings. And poor Leo just didn't know how to really express his feelings at all. I actually felt sorry for him at times, but he eventually made through in the end. I also look forward to more books in the series now.
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