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The Billionaire Biker (The Billionaire's Club #3)

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Wild and reckless, and more at ease with his biker gang than his business partners, Sean Morrow has always longed for Abigail Prescott, whose life he ruined when an innocent friendship turned into a night of red-hot passion back when they were in high school. Now that his brother, Jax, has decided to hire Abby to work for the Morrows, Sean can no longer ignore his old demo ...more
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Published April 15th 2014 by St. Martin's Griffin
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Crazy for Books (Stephanie)
ARC provided by publisher through NetGalley for an honest review.


This book started out being better than the others in the series. Sean was all dark and brooding and and ex-biker. I mean what more could you ask for. The sexual tension between he and Abigail was palpable.



But it just felt like things were rushed and that they made things difficult for each other for no real reason. Just to propel the story forward. Bust since they are all pretty short novella's its was easy to g
Feb 02, 2014 rated it liked it
ARC provided on behalf of St. Martin's Press from NetGalley.


Sean Morrow was the outcast of the family, the bastard son of the patriarch of the family. The one that never was wanted and the one that always wanted to escape. Leaving one family that he never felt accepted in for another; this one a motorcycle club, Sean is finally ready to return home after five years.

Abby was unsure of herself, feeling unworthy expect for in the eyes of her best friend and only boy she had ever loved. But that bo
Feb 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
After devouring The Billion Dollar Bachelor and The Billion Dollar Bad Boy of Jackie Ashenden's The Billionaire's Club Story series, it only seemed right that I requested the third book of the series, The Billionaire Biker, right away on Netgalley.

While each novella can be stand alone reads, I'd recommend reading the series in order to add more enjoyment to your reading experience. However, if a reader decides to randomly pick up one of the three stories, rest assure that each story can be well
Apr 08, 2014 rated it it was ok
Sean Morrow is an ex-biker. His club was going in directions he wasn't comfortable with so he left. His father was ill and his half brothers wanted him to come home and back into the fold. His past as an enforcer is going to be used in the family business. He doesn't want to be home but even after five years apart, he feels the pressure from his family. His life hasn't been easy by any stretch of the imagination and he carries his own scars because of that.

Abby, his former best friend and one ti
Jackie  Kiwibooknerd
Apr 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: netgalley-arcs
*ARC Courtesy of Netgalley*

This is not the first book I have read by this talented author (I mean hello she is a Kiwi), but I can say it is one of my fave so far by her.

There are 2 previous books in this series, which I have not yet read, but this one can be read as a stand alone and you will still know exactly what is going on....that said I am going to one click the other 2 as soon as I am finished this review.

This is the story of Sean Morrow. He left home when he was 18 and joined a MC Club a
Heather andrews
Mar 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Sean that boy is just full of surprises and there's one thing we know off the bat the boy does not like being taken off his guard, "the shock suddenly vanished from his face as anger sparked in his dark eyes. "What are you doing here?" he demanded. Then he looked sharply at Jax and Donovan. "What the eff is going on?" Abby I loved that girl she knows how to put on a front, "now, I think we'll take all the shirts and maybe the ties, too, hmmm?" Jesus, so she was just going to move on as if nothin ...more
Apr 24, 2014 rated it it was ok
I was given a copy from Netgalley for an honest review.

Well written but nothing special. Story wasn't fun to read and the characters actions didn't always make sense. Why did she need punishment? I wasn't sold on the reason for that. It didn't seem like he cared that much about her before he left, but then there was this huge attraction upon his return. For only 100 pages, I'm surprised by how long I was bored. This was another book I made myself finish.
Jun 11, 2014 rated it liked it
3 STARS 1/2

Wild and reckless, and more at ease with his biker gang than his business partners, Sean Morrow has always longed for Abigail Prescott, whose life he ruined when an innocent friendship turned into a night of red-hot passion back when they were in high school. Now that his brother, Jax, has decided to hire Abby to work for the Morrows, Sean can no longer ignore his old demons—or his desire. It took Abby time to get over Sean Morrow…and then he walked back into her life. And even though
Renée Dahlia
Aug 22, 2017 rated it liked it
A lot more angst in this one compared to the first two. The hero's bikie gang was a bit of a stretch in terms of their ethical and legal status. The hero probably needed to grovel more, he demanded a lot from the heroine, but didn't demand as much from himself. She probably gave in to him too fast as well. I enjoyed this, but not as much as the first two.
Monica Cardoza
Jul 26, 2014 rated it it was amazing
A bad boy biker gets the shock of his life when he is summoned to come back to the family. A woman that wants nothing more that meaningless sex from the boy that she fell in love with but can she truly keep her heart out of it this time around.

Abby Prescott and Sean Morrow knew each other since they were teenagers she lost her virginity to him but then he left. He left her in bed and didn’t look back. She needed him but he was nowhere to be found. Abby’s life changed forever when her father kick
I was curious when I saw the title. A billionaire and a biker? Do tell! This was the third book in a series, but I had no trouble reading it as a standalone. It’s both a reunion romance and a prodigal's return. While the story didn't wow me, it had some entertaining features.

The story opens with ex-MC enforcer, Sean Morrow, returning home at the summons of his brothers because his dad is ill and because they want him back in the family fold. Sean has been adrift for some time, but that doesn't m
Originally reviewed for Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and Fantasy

In Book Three of Jackie Ashenden's Billionaire's Club Series, we finally get to meet the real "Bad Boy" of the Morrow family. Tougher than tough but we soon discover that just like his two older brothers, Sean Morrow is a man to keep.

Abigail Prescott has loved one person her entire life. Not her father who constantly verbally abused her and not her mother who never stood up for her and who worried more about what the neighbors migh
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Review copy provided for an honest review

With each book in this series, we begin to gain a greater understanding of these men and the lives that have led them to this point in time. Five years after he realized he could never be what anyone wanted or needed Sean Morrow is back and being confronted by his two half brothers. Brothers who want him to take his place in the family business following his father’s death, brothers who have no
Mar 09, 2014 rated it really liked it
4.5 stars
This is the third and final in the Billionaires Club series and I must say I am sad to see it end. Each book has drawn me further in to the Morrow family and their partners. Sean's story had a more intense and harder edge to it than the first two books and I thought the build up of the series was well laid out, each book adding more dimension to the characters and the storylines getting a bit grittier with each instalment.

Once again we see the story through both point of view's, which
Out of the three books in Ashenden's Billionaire's Club Trilogy, I would say The Billionaire Biker is the strongest. However, it has a few flaws that still left me disappointed, much like the previous books.

It's hard to tell a complete story in a novella, and I'm often harsh when rating them. But the truth is I was easily able to put Sean's book down, and that alone is never a good sign, especially when the book in question is only 100 pages.

I was curious about Sean's story from the beginning of
AlligatorSmith Reads Good Books
Jackie Ashenden is a new author for me. I picked this up on the netgalley review site and enjoyed it so much that I went on to read the two books that preceded this one about the other two brothers.

Sean returns to town at the request of his brothers to help out with some negotiations they have with a builder. The builder himself turns out to be a surprise, but I'll leave that to you to find out. I am hoping, though, that there's also a book about him coming out soon.

Abby and Sean have a past; th
Feb 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
After totally savoring the first two novellas from Jackie Ashenden's The Billionaire's Club series, I immediately requested the third and final book from NetGalley, The Billionaire Biker, when it it became available. Each book can be read as a standalone, however, I recommend reading them in order to obtain the maximum enjoyability of all three books. This story is about Sean Morrow, the youngest brother of billionaires Jax and Donovan Morrow.

Sean lived a lifetime during his childhood. His mothe
Lady Raven RAVE!

Length: 1681 kindle
Style: New Adult Paranormal Romance
Intimacy level: GOOD
Enjoyment: FAIRLY GOOD
Series: ( The Billionaire's Club) book#3
Price: $2.99

The Good

The concept of this story. I liked the characters and the history between the characters. Although I was not able to read the first two books in the series, I was still able to follow the story. Sean is the black sheep of this family, but not in a bad way, although he had a hard time fitting with his family. With his past
Tory Michaels
Apr 28, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: netgalley, novella
This book, while enjoyable, was definitely not my favorite of this trilogy.

I enjoyed Abby - she didn't let the fact that Sean disappeared right they had a night together ruin her life, even when it left her pregnant. She lost that baby but it didn't turn her bitter, just determined to build a good life for herself. The Morrow family (at least Donovan) helped her do that. Now she's ready to branch out into a new job and company, but before she does that, she's got one final assignment for Morrow:
Wednesday Stanley
Apr 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
**I received a arc of this book from Netgalley for my honest review**

When I first requested to review this book I didn't realize it was in a set. Ok maybe I did with it's title. Or at least I should have realized. Also I didn't realize that this was the 3rd book in the series. So of course when I got approved to read this book I read it first.

Now that being said I think these books in The Billionaire's Club can be read as stand alones or you can read them in order. There wasn't much confusion
Britt Marczak
Mar 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review


Sean is my favorite Morrow brother. I haven't read Van's book yet but, yeah, sorry dear. Sean wins, hands down.

Going into this one, I *almost* forgot that Jackie Ashenden tears my heart out and makes me fan myself from the hotness at the same time. But yeah. Both of those definitely happened.

Once I started, I couldn't stop. And there's nothing in this, book 3, that spoils books 1 or 2, so that was a good thing to note
Apr 15, 2014 rated it really liked it

His brother's Jax and Donovan have dragged him back into the family company, this is the last place Sean wants to be. He spent all his time trying to escape his family. He was always the odd one out the thorn in his step mothers side, the bastard child her husband made while cheating on her. So the first chance he got he on his bike and never looked back.

He left Abby behind, his one time best friend they found a kin in each other both being outcasts to their own family. He had missed her over t
Apr 26, 2014 rated it really liked it
The Billionaire Biker was an unforgettable romance, with so much heart and passion wrapped up in this book I read from cover to cover.

Sean now here is a hero that just made my heart ache for him. Ms. Ashenden did a brilliant job in creating Sean’s story with out making him sound odd. This sexy guy surprised me a few times, but in a good way. Sean needs closer on so many things, can returning into the fold after everything be the smartest thing for him?

Abby is a true sweetheart but truly I wanted
Feb 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
3.5 stars

The Billionaire Biker is the last book in this trilogy it was a good way to conclude this trilogy.

Sean had a hard life growing up, he always felt unloved and unwanted. Abby was Sean's best friend, together they helped each other through the bad times they each shared.
Until one night after a High School graduation party the two of them took things one step too far. Sean does what he knows best and runs away from not only Abby but the Morrow family. Abby is left alone and pregnant.
Downward dog
Apr 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: bikers
I was given an advance copy to write a review for Cocktails and Books.
THE BILLIONAIRE BIKER is an engaging book about a bad boy biker who has a hard time fitting in with his wealthy family. Sean Donovan ran away from the only family he had and Abby Prescott, the one person who cared about him. After leaving his family, he joined the Avenging Angels Motorcycle Club. Five years later, Sean’s brothers, Jax and Donovan insist he return home to work in the family busi
Maria Rose
When Sean and Abby shared a special night together after being school friends for years, Abby didn’t expect Sean to desert her, nor did she expect to be a pregnant 18 year old kicked out of her parent’s house and relying on Sean’s brother Jax to help her out, through her miscarriage and to get back on her feet by offering her a job. 5 years later Sean is back and the feelings that he has for Abby turn out to have been buried deep but not forgotten. The attraction between them sizzles and being t ...more
Jan 18, 2015 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2015
I must be pollyanna today because ... this is probably more 2.25 stars? I gave it the 3 because it's well written... but ok in writing this I convinced myself to go with the 2 - it was okay.

I liked Abigail but she really never got over her issues and it was nice she and Sean worked through them ... but more like Tweens. Of course since they're both what, like 23? I guess they're acting how one would expect.

Sean totally has a chip on his shoulder and ... I get it, but geez his fucktherapy sessio
Mariel Hoss
Apr 21, 2014 rated it liked it
***ARC from NetGalley in Exchange for an honest review***

The last book in the Billionaire’s Club trilogy features Sean (the prodigal) and Abby (the girl he left behind). Sean comes back after a summons from his older brother (Jax) and leaving behind his biker past. Abby is the girl he left behind…with the consequences of that one night (he didn’t know) which his brother Jax helped with. Confused? The author does a good job unfolding and explaining this. They have to work together one time before
Apr 07, 2014 rated it liked it
The Billionaire Biker is the third book in The Billionaire's Club romance series. It is a well written and well edited novella.

As the youngest of the Morrow brothers, the Hero is literally the bastard stepchild of the family. He leaves his family and the heroine, his girlfriend, behind and eventually becomes a member of the Avenging Angel motorcycle club. He returns after five years to join the family business, but he discovers that his desertion of the heroine had a worse outcome than he can im
Carrie Stevens
Apr 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
~*~My Thoughts~*~
A 5 Star Rating
So i might have started this trilogy a little backwards with reading the last one first lol. But either way glad i read this because i loved it. There's nothing better to me than a biker. Hence the main reason i requested this book lol. Sean was perfect i absolutely loved him. While at times i wanted to scream at Abigail i really couldn't because how she was feeling was definitely realistic. This book is a fairly quick read but definitely worth it. It doesn't fee
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