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    Shopping for an Heir is snort worthy!

    I listened to the audio version of this book and absolutely loved it. To be honest, the narration by Sebastian York may have pushed it to 5 Stars instead of 4 Stars for me. I'm usually not into books about billionaires, but the billionaire facet was almost like a minor part in the book. I loved the laugh out loud moments in the book (think naughty old ladies and a very hunky male nude model for an art class). The internet dates that Suzanne went on were also snort worthy. I also liked that Gerald and Suzanne had a past together and each had never gotten over the other. It just made the whole process of them coming together that much sweeter. The PTSD that Gerald is dealing with in the book gave a smack of reality. Overall, Julia Kent wrote a book both hilarious and hot--sometimes hilariously hot (if that makes sense). Sebastian York's performance gives just the right drawing out to emphasize the dry humor to perfection! I think there's a little more to this book than the cover would lead you to believe . Listen to it if you can. You won't be sorry!
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    I really enjoyed it!

    Gerald Wright is a chauffeur by day, artist by night. Gerald works for billionaires. He has found a normal life until his hotter-than-ever ex-fiancée Suzanne Dayton interrupts his nude model sculpting class to serve him with inheritance paperwork from a man he’s never heard of, he assumes it’s a joke. How wrong he is! This is real and comes with a big headache. I really love Julia Kent's characters and she always pulls me into the characters' lives and I love every minute of it. This book is for anyone who loves romance. It's a little spicy but not to bad so 17+ will be just fine. I enjoyed this book but it's not as funny as the rest of the Shopping series. Don't get me wrong there is several laughing moments but just not as many as the other books in this series. I give this book a 4 because I really enjoyed the story and the writing. I really enjoyed the narrator. His voice is dreamy!
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    Love this series

    This was another wonderful edition to this great funny series by Julia Kent, plus there is no better narrator than Sebastian York. He kept me listening and not wanting to put down. Julia kent does not disappoint with this brilliant series. I recommend all of the books/audio in this series.
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    . "One person can make a difference."

    What appeals to me is the ability of one person, making an impact on numerous lives. With all of the violence and hate in the world, the thought that there are good hearted people is tossed by the wayside. "One person can make a difference." Shopping for an Heir blends heart with inspiration. Agnes and Corinne with their dirty mouths and hilarious antics added to the fun but Suzanne and Gerald turn the fun and hope into a reason to dream. Concept, message, writing and characters are this reader's ideal.
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    Loved it

    5 star review Shopping for an Heir (Shopping for a Billionaire #10) by Julia Kent Book 10 in the series is all about Gerald Wright, a former Navy Seal who works as a chauffeur for the McCormick family. He is also a talented sculptor, a fact that surprised many. Being around billionaires, the last things he expects or wants is to find out that he has inherited a fortune from someone he has never even heard of. However, that is exactly what happens when his ex-fiancée Suzanne Dayton crashes his nude model sculpting class to serve him with papers about his new found wealth. All is not as it seems, as there are conditions attached to the inheritance. Gerald and Suzanne must both face their pasts. As with the other books in the series, Shopping for an Heir was comedic and I often found myself laughing out loud, shaking my head and altogether thoroughly enjoying this book. The elderly secondary characters that Julia Kent intertwines in these stories are priceless and I must say I love them. I love a second chance at love story and this is one of the best I have read in ages. Congratulations, Ms. Kent on a great addition to what is in my humble opinion a fantastic series.
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