OMG - the cute little dog I adopted turns out to be a billionaire Maltese! That's right, my tiny dog just inherited a giant corporation!
I'm Vicky, the dog whisperer. (Not really, but that's what my elderly neighbor says whenever I walk her dog, Smuckers.)
When she dies, she surprises everybody by leaving a corporation worth billions to Smuckers...and she leaves Smuckers to me.
Suddenly I go from running my Etsy store to sitting in an elegant Wall Street boardroom with Smuckers in my lap. And my neighbor's son, Henry Locke, aka New York's most eligible bachelor, glaring across the table at me.
Rumor has it Henry's a business genius who's as talented in the bedroom as he is in the boardroom. Sure, he's gorgeous. Sex-in-a-seven-thousand dollar suit. But...
He's arrogant and infuriating.
He refuses to listen to me when I insist I didn't con his mother.
He thinks he can bully me, buy me off, control me, even seduce me.
Henry may have the women of Manhattan eating out of the palm of his hand, but I'm so over entitled rich guys who think they own the world.
No way will his wicked smile be charming ME out of my panties.
His wicked...devastating...impossible-to-resist smile.
Oh well, who needs panties anyway?
I really enjoyed this book, but honestly it really bothered me that there was a random character introduced out of no where in the last few pages and that’s who the sequel is about. It felt very out of place with the story line and was just obvious
Great dialog and situations!
Most Eligible Billionaire - very good!
I’d recommend the Most Eligible Billionaire. I found it very entertaining and, once I began, I just didn’t want to stop reading. The strong characters of the story were strong willed, had morals, integrity and flawed personalities making them relatable. The witty banter, with sexual innuendo, had me laughing out loud while the real situations sometimes had me in tears. It’s a HEA that, in my opinion, brought the story to a successful close!