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  • Bidding on the Billionaire

    Really enjoyed it, couldn't put it down. Can't wait to read the next in the series.

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  • Good start but ultimately disappointing

    Introducing Elijah Crane, middle son, former Marine who has been invalided out after losing a leg to a roadside bomb. His father and brothers are pushing him to join the family business Crane Hotels as COO but he is resisting. Eli has run off 10 personal assistants from Isabella Sawyer's personal assistant company and she is worried that Eli's older brother Reese will fire the company if they can't get a PA to stick, so rather than try to find someone tough enough to withstand Eli's rudeness Isabella decides to take the role herself, incognito. This started off great, brooding, damaged, billionaire bad boy and a feisty, strong-willed woman who won't put up with his nonsense? Sign me right up. Unfortunately somewhere around midway through the book I thought it ran out of steam plot wise and reverted to rinse-and-repeat sex scenes and unnecessary descriptions of Isa's clothing. It's funny because we get too many descriptions of Isa's clothing (even down to the three dresses she tries on and discards, the jeans and ruffled top combo she wears, and then eventually rejects in favour of a little black dress) but I couldn't tell whether Isa was supposed to be Marilyn Monroe style curvy or verging on the plus side. And then, the horrors, Isa gives Eli an ultimatum(view spoiler). Good start, degenerated into predictable angst midway, had several uninteresting minor plots that needed to be stronger or ditched. You might guess that I have had very little sleep, it's just gone 4 am and I'm kind of grouchy but I hate it when a book starts well and doesn't deliver. Nice cover though.

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