Her Billionaires is the story of plus size analyst girl, Laura, firefighter Dylan and ski instructor Mike. Mike and Dylan were in a threesome relationship for about 10 years, and less than 2 years ago, their wife died from lymphoma, leaving them both her money. 1.1 billion dollars, and an anual income of about 50 millions. (Pretty cheap) They haven't learned to navigate the "rich" world, and are still clinging to what they know and pretty much hiding their fortune.
Trying to find a man is hard for Laura. So she decides to join a online dating site to try and find a man. She soons find herself being "courted" by Dylan, and afterwards Mike. Their story is full of misunderstandings and it happens too fast. From 0 to 60 they are amost in love, and then lapses of time happens, a week, a month 3 months... I could live with less FSoG references. (Seriously, DON'T be that author! FSoG was BAD enough already) I can remember at least 5 references, and I'm sure that's not all. There are some issues I just shruged or I wouldn't finish it. She just meet someone online, goes on a date with him, on the same day, and from there to his place to have sex. He could be a maniac for christ sakes! Don't be that stupid, stupid lonely girl who goes out with some random online guy, and then go to his place, and think it's safe because he's hot... Just DON'T. Go watch some Criminal Minds!
The book wasn't all bad, but it wasn't all good either. There were issues. In the end I finished mostly because it was for a challenge and I had no time to read another book.´
On a last note, the cover really bothered me. The series title says: BBW Menage. And the girl on the cover looks pretty skinny to me. Cover is not all, but it can make or break a book. ...more
This is the short story of a man who wants sex, but is in a position where the women he chooses can ruin his career. So when Marks first mets Jasmine,This is the short story of a man who wants sex, but is in a position where the women he chooses can ruin his career. So when Marks first mets Jasmine, the new intern at his company,he can't wait to have her. So he schemes a plan and hope to get both satisfaction and privacy. Jasmine is a seemingly shy-just-turned-twenty-girl who will do anything to please her new boss.
Not as dirty as I imagined and hoped for. I was thinking something more along the lines of blackmail. It was more on the romantic, than on the pervy side. The sex however was hot. I wish it was a bit longer though. Quick and entertaining read....more
This isn’t my first trip down Selena’s Kitt road. Been there, done that, loved that!
Selena is one of the few authors I have already read who is not afThis isn’t my first trip down Selena’s Kitt road. Been there, done that, loved that!
Selena is one of the few authors I have already read who is not afraid of delving in the real taboo.
There are three main characters in this book, two girls, Leah and Erica and one man, Mr. Nolan. The girls find dirty pictures, books and films under his bed, which is a turn on and off to Leah, the good catholic girl. Erica is more advanced with these kinds of things and is soon talking Leah in watching and looking more in all that delicious dirty. From that on, Leah starts to see Mr. Nolan in a different light. He’s more than her dad’s best friend. He’s a man. Things start to change, and Leah is feeling the chemistry between them growing… And so is Mr. Nolan. A series of events leads Leah to his bed, and from then on, they start a torrid affair, without Erica being the wiser.
There are so many elements that made me get hooked in this book, like the confessions, the sex scenes, the friendship. It all adds up to a really nice story.
Like in the first book, I liked the pace and the tone Selena set in to it. It’s sexy and romantic at the same time, scorching and sweet. They had hot sex, but they also have sweet love.
But there is a secret that goes back in the years, and is revealed at the end. This is a secret that can and possibly will tear them all apart. Unless their love can overcome all that and goes past the barriers of taboo.
While I think the author did a good job in setting the book in the 1960’s, I liked the contemporary version more. However this is just a personal preference. The one thing I totally disliked was the cover, and that’s why I’m rating this book a 4.5 Stars. I’ll finish this review with a thank you note to Selena Kitt for offering this as an ARC. ...more