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Billionaire Bargains, Book 2
Narrated by: Rebecca Estrella
Series: Billionaire Bargains, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 40 mins
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Things come easily to Tony Steele. Money. Women. A good time. It's all a piece of cake. Until that cake turns into the wedding cake of Tony's best friend and the woman of Tony's dreams, Reese Chaplin.

Tony can't fix this problem by writing a check. And when Tony finds out that his "friend" has been cheating on Reese, he doesn't hesitate to steal her away. Even if it's her wedding day.

Nothing about Reese's big day goes according to plan. She walks down the aisle to marry one man and winds up in a Vegas wedding chapel with another. After a hot night with Tony, the only thing Reese regrets is that her new husband doesn't remember anything about it. Reese suspects that the marriage is going to end badly, especially when Tony offers her a million dollars a month to stay married. But walking away from him turns out to be harder than she'd thought. Especially as she starts to get to know the man behind the wallet.

Contains mature themes.

©2014 Erin Nicholas (P)2015 Tantor

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  • Whatever my name
  • 06-01-2020

sanctimonious heroines are the worse

This judgment all because he is rich. He is prepared to help out with charities and give money away, but she judges him for being rich. I hate these kinds of books. If he wasn't rich he wouldn't be able to help. So apparently he can use his money to give to charities but shouldn't enjoy the money for himself.
The more I read the more I hated her. I couldn't stand listening to her anymore and gave up.

The narrator didn't help. So slow. I was bored. Save me, please. Thankful it was part of Audible Escape.

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  • Laura F
  • 24-05-2019

Ok

I have loved every EN book I've ever read but this one missed the mark for me. I loved Tony but the more the book went on, the more I didn't think Reese deserved him. For a social worker, she sure is judgmental.

This narrator also may have been why I couldn't connect with this story. Her speech is stilted, there's long pauses before she says names, and there's no change in the tone of her voice when switching characters