Stacey Espino and Sam Crescent give birth to a fabulous new series with this steamy and sometimes sensitive story. In "Bred by the Billionaire" we have Adora Garcia. She is a smart and strong young heroine. For someone so innocent it was impressive for her to hold her own with a man so used to getting pretty much everything he ever wanted. Many women would have been deeply intimidated by such an aggressive pursuit. I admired her determination to complete her education and to protect her mother. Tobias Bennet is at times almost unbearable when it comes to his arrogant ways. But as the story progresses and pieces of his past are revealed he becomes so much easier to understand. It was an absolute pleasure to see him struggling with his reaction and changing feelings for Adora. If you are a fan of older men younger women stories where the men are powerful and the women are curvy and the attraction is undeniable then this is a must-read.
The Story: Adora Garcia doesn’t have time for men in her life watching her mother suffer from a broken heart for her entire life has convinced her to concentrate on her education and take care of them both herself. Billionaire Tobias Bennet is through doing his parents’ bidding they want to choose his bride and have him produce an heir but he’ll choose who gives it to him.
Adora Garcia isn't interested in being the breeding vessel for some arrogant billionaire. She has plans for her life and they don't include being knocked up by a man over twice her age. Her single mother cleans Tobias Bennett's penthouse suite, so when Adora refuses his indecent proposal, he threatens to find a new maid.
Tobias needs an heir, but he's not ready to settle down, and certainly not interested in love. He doesn't have a plan until he sees the curvy brunette standing in his condo. Everything he wants, he gets, and he wants Adora. What he doesn't expect is the rush of possessiveness that takes him by storm.
Will Adora give up her virginity to the ruthless businessman? Can Tobias open his heart after keeping it closed off for decades?