"...a love story full of surprises and hope..." (Reader review )
"Great series." (Reader review )
"...fascinating and beautiful written story..." (Reader review )
"...a passionate & heartwarming romance." (Reader review )
Desperate to see his sons settle down, especially after he’s been given six months to a year to live, elderly hotel magnate and family patriarch Jonah E. Belmont, III gives his sons a bucket list challenge. They each must wed—or at least be in a stable, loving relationship before he passes on and in order to keep their respective inheritance in the prestigious Belmont Hotels & Resorts legacy. Only his sons are not too convinced about getting married for any reason and vow to remain single…and safe from heartbreak.
Read book 1 in Billionaires of Belmont Series… Dane & Olivia’s story
Dane Romano-Belmont (a Belmont heir born on the wrong side of the sheets) considers himself too emotionally damaged to ever become a marrying man, especially after having his heart ripped out by his ex who was on the rebound when they’d met—a bad mistake. But when his father gives him a final-wish ultimatum to settle down, he’s torn, until…
Olivia McAlister, a young social worker, stumbles into Dane’s life…The pretty bride-to-be has three hundred wedding guests booked into the Belmont Hotel on
the eve of her nuptials. Too bad her groom, Jack Laster, just called off the wedding. She’s now officially through with men—for good! But, Dane, the hot and sexy Belmont executive, has given her a proposition so she can save face on her big day. Can she really trust him with her heart?
Emotions and Suspense
Had me on the edge of my seat. Absolutely love it!!
What did I just read?
Reads like a horny teenager was given an assignment to use all of this week‘s vocabulary words in an essay. He “spasmodically“ made love to her? I don’t think that means what you think it means.
The storyline doesn’t really make sense and plot twists are thrown around like a soap opera. I don’t mean to be so harsh, but a good editor could have helped the author fix a lot of these problems.
Finally, I didn’t care for the narration. The voice is pleasant, but the tone and inflection are all wrong.