Reader Review: A classic book. Very easy to read, excellent characters. I loved the intrigue and the character development. I would recommend this book simply because it draws you in. Very good reading!
Take-no-prisoners deal-maker Sean O'Banyon ate Wall Street financiers for lunch. So why was he losing sleep over a fresh-scrubbed nurse in old jeans and a too-big T-shirt? Maybe it was those warm green eyes. Or the way she blushed when he got personal. There was no denying the serious chemistry between them. But sooner or later Lizzie would learn his deep, dark secrets: First, he had trust issues. And second--he'd rather not go into the whole family thing. He didn't do relationships...but amazingly, Lizzie made him want one anyway.
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|Title of Romance eBook: The Billionaire Next Door||Series: The O'Banyon Brothers, , #1|
|Release Date: 08-01-2007|
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|Publisher: Silhouette Special Edition|
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The Billionaire Next Door
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â€œNo, really, I heard he was coming tonight.â€
The young investment banker looked at his buddy, Freddie Wilcox. â€œOâ€™Banyon? Are you crazy? Heâ€™s in the middle of the Condi-Foods merger.â€
â€œI asked his assistant.â€ Freddie tweaked his HermÃ¨s tie. â€œItâ€™s on his calendar.â€
â€œHe must never sleep.â€
â€œGods donâ€™t have to, Andrew.â€
â€œWell, then, where is he?â€
From their vantage point in a corner of the Waldorf- Astoriaâ€™s ballroom, they sifted through the crowd of Man- hattan highfliers, looking for the man they called The Idol.
Sean Oâ€™Banyon was their bossâ€™s boss and, at thirty- six, one of Wall Streetâ€™s big dogs. He ran the mergers- and-acquisitions arm of Sterling Rochester, and was capable of leveraging billions of dollars at the drop of a hat or killing a mega deal because he didnâ€™t like the numbers. Since arriving on the Street, heâ€™d engineered one perfectly executed corporate acquisition after another. No one had his track record or his instincts.
Or his reputation for eating hard-core financiers for lunch.
Man, folks would have called him SOB even if those hadnâ€™t been his initials.
He was indeed a god, but...
Title: The Billionaire Next Door
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I didn't initially think I'd care for this book ve
November 20, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Seattle, WA USA
I didn't initially think I'd care for this book very much after reading the first few pages, but I told myself to stick with it and I'm glad I did. The Billionaire Next Door was not only a fantastic read, it is sexy --the male lead is sexy!!-- and totally romantic in the end. I'm mean, what girl doesn't sigh when the man she's in love with flies back home (yes, takes a plane) to be with her at night? Ah... I have got to find me a man like that! I completely suggest buying this ebook! Make sure you have a few hours to power read through it, because once you pick it up, you won't be able to put it down!
A classic book. Very easy to read, excellent chara
October 23, 2007
Reviewer: A reader from Bowen, Queensland AU
A classic book. Very easy to read, excellent characters. I loved the intrigue and the character development. I would recommend this book simply because it draws you in. Very good reading!
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