Saturday, March 5, 2016

Review : The Billionaire take a Bride

The Billionaire take a Bride by Jessica Clare

Genre:Contemporary, Romance, Adult, Erotica, Chick Lit, New Adult, Humor, Funny, Fiction
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Purchase Link: Amazon
Pages: 256
Published October 20th 2015 by InterMix


Billionaire Sebastian Cabral loves his family, he just doesn't love their reality TV show, The Cabral Empire. So when his ex-girlfriend tries to rekindle their relationship on camera, Sebastian decides that drastic measures are in order.

By day, Chelsea Hall is a happy-go-lucky, rough and tumble roller derby skater. By night, she's still living in fear of her past. Most of all, she just doesn't want to be alone. And she really, really doesn't want to date. 
So when their mutual friends' upcoming wedding turns Chelsea and Sebastian into fast friends, they realize they can solve both of their problems with one life-changing lie: a quick trip down the aisle.

But with one kiss, Chelsea and Sebastian suddenly realize that their pretend relationship is more real than either of them expected...


Sebastian is tired of being apart of his family's reality show and needs a break from it. When he comes to find out some new additions to the show were going to happen and feature him he's less then trilled. Meanwhile Chelsea is a tough girl in the roller derby girl who sells soaps online and its still trying to get past a tragedy that occurred to her. She isn't looking for anyone. Both Chelsea and Sebastian were invited to the same wedding and don't want to be bothered and when Sebastian popped the question of marriage of convince that would work for both of them Chelsea took him on his offer.

Can't even remember how this book came into my possession but I'm surprised that I hadn't read it sooner. This is just the type of book I enjoy reading and so glad that I just did. I loved the characters and how they worked out for each other. I couldn't stand Sebastian's mother for obvious reasons. I loved that there was so much drama. I loved watching the development for Chelsea as a character learning to find some normalcy after what happened and finding a way to be able to be with other person. I thought that it was interesting that she was able to get her aggression out in the Roller Derby as a different persona. There was so much going on I just couldn't put the book down. I loved this book and recommend you lovely readers to check this book out.

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