From the New York Times bestselling author of the Billionaire Boys Club novels comes a sizzling series that pairs rich men looking for romances with some very lucky ladies in waiting…
Waitress Marjorie Ivarsson is the picture of naiveté. Raised by her grandmother, she’d rather go to bingo than go dancing. But when she’s asked to be a bridesmaid in her friend Bronte’s destination wedding, she finds herself venturing into new and exciting territory. The wedding is set on the billionaire groom’s private island and Marjorie is fascinated by all the new people she’s meeting.
Most fascinating of all is the man she saves from almost drowning in the blue waters of the island lagoon. She might even have a bit of a crush on him. Unfortunately, she’s not the only girl who finds him so intriguing. Hot shot television producer Robert Cannon has a reputation for womanizing, drinking, and partying to excess. They couldn’t be more wrong for each other…so why are they constantly drawn together like magnets?
Billionaire Robert (Rob) Cannon owns The Man Channel that features lots of tits on the tv shows and is known for his tabloid exploits. Marjorie is a six foot one virgin, elderly-friend-maker. Rob’s mouth is vulgar while Marjorie says “oh my gosh”. She’s the sweet to his salty. She’s the life vest to his drowning. The lust/love at first sight caught me off guard and Rob’s secrets kept piling up to my disliking. Rob and Marjorie’s dialogue and physiques fit their characters 150% from how they talked to how I would picture the attire they wore. Marjorie has always been deeply effected by others’ thoughts on her appearance (specifically her height) and Rob has grown to not care what people think of him. She’s lived to attempt at blending in while he’s stood out loud and proud. I didn’t like Rob at first, he came off as shady and fake. But somehow he grew on me. The storyline was catchy but the timeline was unrealistic, especially for a virgin. The ending was sweet and wrapped up to my liking. Give this a try and find your next book crush! Rating: 3 stars