So I have to say first and foremost the description of this book was so confusing, but in such a good way. I mean you know going into the book that it has something to do with more money then I could ever imagine, but little else. I mean you know someone died, and left someone a lot of money, and someone is clearly not happy about the outcome, but isn’t that always how it is when someone with money dies? Needless to say i was interested to see where this book was going. I have ready that the author things to reader should go in as blind as possible to the book, and I have to say for the most part I do agree, it helps make the book more impactful, but it also makes it kind of hard to review. So while I am going to do my best not to give too much away, if you want to be completely surprised abandon this review now, you have been warned. So I have to admit the book kind of started off a little bit slow for me. We start off right when someone has died and all the planning and events that happen after someone passes away. Normally I don’t really like when a book starts up slow, but I think it kind of worked for this book, because the subject matter didn’t warrant a fast pace, and when the book did pick up (and it does in […]
Author: KK Hendin
BOOK BLURB: Eighty seven billion dollars. One dead New York business mogul. No heirs. No wives. No relatives. Eighty seven billion dollars. Not hers yet. He doesn’t deserve them. He doesn’t know what to do with them. She does. She always has. Eighty seven billion dollars. He’s overwhelmed. She’s prepared. That will should have had her name. Not his. Eighty seven billion dollars. His looks are a bonus. Her looks are her weapon. He’s fighting a losing battle against his heart. He doesn’t know it yet. Eighty seven billion dollars. She gets everything she wants. He’s what she wants. Love has nothing to do with it. To get to where you’re going, sometimes you need to step on a few people to get there. Good thing her heels are sharp.