Reader Review: I really wish Ms. Brooks would write some parts from the hero's POV. I think it's a vital part of a good romance to know what the hero's thinking (even if his actions do speak louder than words sometimes). Otherwise this was an OK read with two likable characters.
Billionaires always get what they want!
Travis Black might be darkly, broodingly handsome, but as far as Beth is concerned he's also very infuriating! What would a rich, successful and charming man like him want with a quiet, vulnerable and oh-so-ordinary woman like her?
Travis soon makes that abundantly clear. However, Beth isn't into casual affairs--so this is one billionaire who won't get what he wants. Or will he?
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|Title of Romance eBook: The Billionaire's Marriage Mission|
|Release Date: 02-01-2008|
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|Publisher: Harlequin Presents|
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The Billionaire's Marriage Mission
'Oh, no, no.' Beth pushed again, harder this time, even as she told herself it was pointless. She was locked out. If she had been standing outside her flat in London that wouldn't have mattered. There were at least a couple of neighbours always around that she could have called on in the block in which the flat was situated, and one of them could have telephoned her sister who had a spare key for emergencies. But this was not London
She glanced somewhat wildly about her, vitally aware she was clad in nothing but bubblegum-pink silk pyjamas with spaghetti shoulder straps. The dark windy night was not encouraging. And rain was forecast.
When a cold nose nudged one hand she glanced down at the big dog who was surveying her with impatient eyes.
'I know, I know,'she muttered.
'We're out here and your dinner's in there, but it was you who insisted you needed the loo a minute ago.'
And it was her who had followed Harvey outside with the torch so she could make sure he didn't disappear into the blackness. Which was doubly daft in hindsight, considering he knew it was dinner timeHarvey's favourite moment of the dayand also that there was nowhere he could really go. The garden surrounding the little cottage she was renting was all neatly fenced.
A gust of wind brought the smell of smoke on the air, reminding Beth she had lit the fire in the sitting room a few minutes before. And the g...
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I really wish Ms. Brooks would write some parts fr
October 28, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Plainsboro, NJ US
I really wish Ms. Brooks would write some parts from the hero's POV. I think it's a vital part of a good romance to know what the hero's thinking (even if his actions do speak louder than words sometimes). Otherwise this was an OK read with two likable characters.
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