Series: The Dirty Billionaire Trilogy #1
Genres: Alpha Guy, Contemporary Romance, Erotica, Millionaire/Billionaire Hero, Musician, Romance
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I've got a big dick and an even bigger bank account. That's pretty much where my bio ends. Honestly, I don't need to say anything else. I've just sold 99% of women on going home with me.
Do I sound like an asshole to you?
That's because I am.
And guess what? It works for me just fine.
Or at least it did.
Until I met her.
Books talk about sparks flying. Fuck that shit. With her, it was like emergency flares mixed with jet fuel. Or maybe just straight up napalm.
Only one problem.
She didn't leave her name or number when she disappeared from the hotel room after the hottest fucking night of my life. Now I've had a taste of unicorn pussy—the sweetest, rarest of all pussy—and I need it again.
So what's an asshole to do?
I took this problem to the street. A missed connection gone viral.
And when I find her? I'm keeping her.
I read about this book in an article online, or actually I think it was about the second book in the series, and it sounded really good, so I figured why not, I love a good billionaire romance. I don’t know what I was expecting when it came to this book, mostly because normally with billionaire romances, they heroine is kind of like an unknown person, whereas in this book you have an up and coming country star and a billionaire. Them both being in the public eye made for some interesting drama with the media.
So I think in this book, Holly kind of stole the show for me, she’s the more developed of the two main characters. I think that’s mainly because Holly is a bit younger and bit unsure of herself, so in her POV there is a lot of second guessing and worrying going on, whereas when you get Creighton’s POV he’s much more self-assured and cocky, so you don’t necessarily get to learn about what really makes him tick (outside of winning all the time).
Holly is a sweet girl in a tough spot. She is finding out a lot about how hard it is to start out in the music industry. She’s not in the best position with her label, who are trying to make her do things she wants no part of and are ultimately hurting her career. But she’s also not in any position to go up against the label. The great thing about her though is she so likable, and a lot of people in the business find her to be likable and kind of take her under their wings, which is really good for her. I loved how the whole thing started out though, she goes into a bar, wants to have a one night stand with a guy, just be in control for once, and ends up with one of the world’s richest guys, definitely not at all what she expected.
Creighton is a really kind of cocky dude, I mean he is so self-assured and really only gives a hoot about himself and getting what he wants. Like I said before you don’t really get to know a lot about him in this book, but you do figure out pretty quickly that he is the king of conquests, and Holly is just another conquest when this book starts. I have to say when these two get together it’s definitely hot, they heat up the pages so well, and Creighton is the perfect amount of dominate too, not to over the top, but it totally works. Also the way Holly reacts to him really helps sell it as well.
Overall, I thought this was a great start to the series, and I definitely did enjoy it. The book wasn’t super long, so it was an easy read for me, I will say though that this book does end on a cliffhanger, so if you hate that kind of thing you’ve been warned (but all the books are out so you can read them all at once). For me, I started the next book right after finishing this one, the writing and pacing were perfect for my tastes.