WARNING: Two alpha billionaires and hot and steamy scenes that will make you blush!
Book 1: Malibu Connection
After selling his banking start-up to Google, Logan Davenport is officially a billionaire. He's swimming in money and sex, and that's the way he likes it. But he needs a respectable date to his brother's engagement party. So, he finally gives in and lets his eccentric aunt, Dolly Monroe, a matchmaker, find him a date. Much to his shock, she sets him up with an opinionated, average-looking, floral shop owner who seems impervious to his charms. Avery doesn't want him, and that makes him want her even more. Before he knows it, he is falling in love for the first time ever.
But Logan is keeping a secret. No, he isn't married. No, he doesn't have a child. No, he isn't sick. It's worse than that. Much worse. And when Avery finally finds out, he risks losing the only person he has ever really cared about. Can their love survive his secret?
Book 2: The Date
When Chloe get her first wardrobe stylist job, she meets an arrogant and self-absorbed movie star, Finn Dalton. Finn is People's Sexiest Man Alive and everyone thinks he's a God, but Chloe doesn't get it. He's hot. His body looks like it had been chiseled from stone. But his attitude definitely needs an adjustment.
Finn is a famous and gorgeous playboy. He's surrounded by women, but not the kind you can bring as a date to the Governor's Ball. When he reaches out to Dolly Monroe, a billionaire matchmaker, she sets him up with the one girl who seems to be impervious to his charms.
Quickly, Chloe and Finn get locked in a game of seduction. But games of love are dangerous games to play.
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Badly read. Speakers have very poor pronunciation of words. Many lines repeated again and again.
"Male narrator was terrible"
Couldn't make it through the first book. The male narrator was terrible. Story was unoriginal. Will be requesting my credit back.
"it was ok"
I loved the two story lines but I just couldn't connect with the readers. they just didn't make it a good listen. :(
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