The second in a trilogy of novellas from New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Roxanne St. Claire set on the sun-drenched beaches of Barefoot Bay, where love is always in the air!
Like everything in his life, becoming a billionaire was easy for Elliott Becker. He bought some land in Massachusetts and discovered he sat on two billion dollars worth of rare Goshen stone. Lucky, charming, and blessed with every gift from every god, Elliott expects his simple purchase of property in Barefoot Bay will go the way everything does for him in life - easy. Until he meets the woman who currently owns that land and suddenly everything is - hard.
Frankie Cardinale's fondest memories took place on the tiny goat farm owned and run by her "Nonno" in the heart of Barefoot Bay. While she held her Nonno in her arms on his deathbed, she promised his land would never leave their family and that she would continue his legacy. Nothing - not even a sexy, playful, intoxicating billionaire who always gets his way - will convince her to break that promise.
Except Elliott Becker is a man who always gets what he wants even if that means a little seduction and double-crossing of a humble goatherd. But will his lucky streak hold long enough to keep him from making the biggest mistake of his life? Because it doesn't take long for Elliott to realize that all the money in the world can't buy him what he really wants the most - her love.
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Another good story. I Loved Elliot and Frankie, and I loved all her goats and dogs. The animals made the story much more fun.
It was about Elliot wanting to buy her land and her not wanting to sell and all they went through to find out the land wasn’t all that important. It was funny to read how this billionaire insisted on staying on her farm and sleeping in the barn, then on her couch in her double-wide trailer. And all the really great names he came up with for her goat-milk soaps. And, Of course, how Elliot screwed up their relationship and had to do some groveling when he realized how much he loved her.
It was nice to see Zeke and Nate again. And Nate’s story is the next one I’m going to read. I know a lot of you are tired of billionaire stories but I’m not. They aren’t a part of my world so that’s why I like them.
There is explicit sexual things that go on with this book, so if you don’t like “explicit” then this book is not for you. And the F-bomb is used 2 times.
As to the narrator: Kaleo Griffith was great once again. His men and women sounded terrific and Elliot was always whispering in Frankie’s ear and Kaleo did exactly that. Sounding as sexy as heck. Awesome job.
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