The Billionaire of Bluebonnet (Bluebonnet #1.5)
Risa Moore is content with her work as a live-in assistant to an elderly lady—until her boss passes on. Now, she’s stuck in the tiny town of Bluebonnet, Texas, with no job, nowhere to live, and no prospects. Leaving Bluebonnet means starting her life over from scratch, so when Risa gets the opportunity of a lifetime, it’s hard to turn it down. B ...more
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Read It, Track It is a way for me to track books for my reading challenges and they will be super short.
A small town version of Pretty Womanbut instead of the heroine being a hooker, she's an out of work teacher. And the small town guy turned billionaire is not paying for her bedroom services but her abilities as a pig nanny. That's right, I said pig. THE BILLIONAIRE OF BLUEBONNET was a fast and sexy side story set in the Bluebonnet series by Jessica Clare.
My favorite character though was the pig, Gregory. I swear this was the funniest pet ever! He was just so cute and smart and he managed to sucker people in doing w ...more
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Jessica Clare managed to capture my heart with this very short story. This book has the same flavor as The Girls Guide to (Man) Hunting but squeezed in a little package of a novella.
Travis Jesson is successful and a very rich businessman who had to come back home to the small town of Bluebonnet to take care of his inheritance. What he didn’t know was that his grandmother left him more than he expected. One smart grandmother, as she kn ...more
I love this series and can't wait for the next book in the series. So if this the is the first book you read in the series, don't be discouraged by this review, cause this series is awesome.
A too short, wayyyyy overpriced novella that doesn't really add anything to this otherwise great series. Unless this one suddenly becomes a free read, it definitely doesn't need to be read in order to enjoy the rest of what Bluebonnet has to offer (IMHO).....
We didn't really get to know either character deeply due to it's length.
Gregory was amusing.
All in all, I enjoyed it. I think it felt like she was starting to percolate ideas for the Billionaires Series and used this as a testing ground.
Jill Myles has been an incurable romantic since childhood. She reads all the 'naughty parts' of books first, looks for a dirty joke in just about everything, and thinks to this day that the Little House on the Prairie books should have been steamier.
After devouring hundreds of paperback romances, mythology books, and archaeological tomes, she decided to write a fe ...more