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    The Big, Bad Billionaire

    The Big, Bad Billionaire is a Little Red Riding Hood retelling that follows two characters, Rafe and Ella who are each broken in their own way. I enjoyed it quite a bit. I loved the banter between these two characters as well as the sexual tension. I think the author did a good job creating it, it kept you wanting more but not to the point where it became frustrating. It was done just right. I definitely recommend it to fans of fairytale retellings that are hot dirty. ARC provided by publisher through Net Galley
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    Great read

    A twisted and sexy retelling of Little Red Riding Hood. Rafe DeSantis is definitely a big bad wolf so when he goes to see Ella Hart she knows she should run far and fast. Rafe's obsession with Ella has been going on for years. Now he's in a position as her guardian to demand her attention and show her exactly how he feels about her. Will she see the good in him or will she she the bad he's always known he is?? This may be based on a Fairy Tale but Ella and Rafe's story is no childhood story. It's dark, obsessive, and dirty yet for these two a happily ever afteris within their reach. Definitely a book I recommend.
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    I was rooting for Ella all the way.

    Uff how I'd have loved to punch Rafe DeSantis in the face. All through this book he really ticked me off with the way he treated Ella. But as you get towards the end of the book and more about his childhood is revealed, you actually begin to feel sorry for him and want to punch his parents and grandfather instead. Ella is one brave girl to face Rafe the way she does. She crashes through the walls he has built up around him and see his true self. I received an Advanced Reviewers Copy from the Publisher via #NetGalley for voluntary review consideration.
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    3.5stars

    3.5stars Familly de Saints has another broken, possessive and domineering hero this time Rafale is going after family friend daughter Ella. This book was for me a drama whit some intense sex and in the end with HEA. But story holds a lot of pain, fear, and tragedy. I didn't understand Ella because in one moment she was so against Rafael but in another, she just surrendered and leave him to control her life. Rafael is an interesting character he did everything to have Ella but in the end, let her go and I think because he was ashamed of himself and wouldn't admit that he needed someone to care about him because until Ella no one truly did.I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Billionaire Romance

    The Big, Bad Billionaire by Jackie Ashenden Billionaire Fairy Tales #4 A book you will love or hate…and so say the reviews. At first I felt that Rafe was a manipulative jerk that wanted what he wanted and would do anything to get it…no matter what. Setting his eyes on Ella and pushing her into spending time with him seemed wrong in many ways BUT as I got to know Rafe and how he had been raised his behavior did make more sense. There was an age gap between Rafe and Ella of about twelve years. I don’t find that so great except that Ella at twenty was rather naïve, sheltered and anxious so a stronger more dominant older male might not have been the best partner for her…though the book does work and the two do bring peace to one another once they get things worked out. I felt so sorry for both Rafe and Ella. There were traumas in their lives neither really deserved. There are no doubt people who live such lives but reading about them is not always easy. The issues that might bother some are not easily shared without giving away a significant portion of at least one backstory so…just be warned this is dark and there might be issues for some of you considering reading this book. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press-Swerve for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars
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