Billionaire on the Loose

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Billionaire on the Loose

Billionaires and Bridesmaids

I am new to the world of Jessica Clare, but if all her stories are as endearing as Taylor and Loch's I just might stick around awhile. “Billionaire On the Loose” touches the heart with its message of acceptance and spins dreams for every believer in happily ever afters. You don't have to be perfect to find happiness is an inspiring message that has fallen by the wayside in the world of glamorous movie stars and glitzy magazines. For that alone this story deserves an A +.

I must admit I went into the story not liking Loch's stuffy ways and Taylor at times could be hard to take. However the charm of the story was the differences in the main characters and the positive effects they had on each other. “With Billionaire on the Loose”, Ms. Clare brought the beauty of fairy tales to modern readers.


Book Blurb for Billionaire on the Loose

The New York Times bestselling author of the Billionaire Boys Club novels is back with a sexy, sweet romance that proves opposites definitely attract...

Taylor is a genius when it comes to computers, but understanding the opposite sex is beyond her. Because she always fumbles her flirtations, she needs help in finding her Prince Charming. So when her friend, Gretchen, sets her up as a tour guide for a new guy in town, she says yes despite her misgivings.

She just doesn’t expect Mr. Charming to actually be royalty...

A faction in his country wants him to be king, but Loch has no intention of taking the crown. To keep from being named as the next successor, he hatches a scheme to marry a totally unacceptable American woman. Quirky Taylor seems like the perfect person for the job, until Loch realizes he likes more about her than her ability to keep him off the throne.

When Loch’s secret schemes come out, his chance of happiness with Taylor are blown—unless he can find a way to get the nerdy object of his affection to believe she’s truly the queen of his heart...

Includes a teaser for The Billionaire’s Favorite Mistake!ie


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2016 5.00