Review //\\ Mister Billions

Mister Billions by Cassie-Ann L. Miller

Happy sigh… reading this is a fantastic way to spend a few hours.

Alternately funny, moving and sexy, Mr Billions shows that Cassie-Ann L. Miller is back with a bang (every pun intended!). Oh my word this just gave me all the feels, ALL THE FEELS PEOPLE! A hot mess heroine with a dysfunctional family and an a-hole hero with his heart in the right place but his morals all skewed. There are fireworks from their first meeting and enough heat between them to power a small town.

You just know this pair are absolutely perfect for one another, but they are not going to have an easy path to their HEA. But boy, oh boy, was I rooting for them to get there. I still wanted to smack Cannon quite a lot of the time, as did Lexi, but he just showed enough of the decent guy inside him to keep us both on the hook.

Reading Mister Billions felt like coming home, it was safe, warm and immensely satisfying. 

Bossy. Infuriating. Sexy as sin…I can’t stand the man.
And he’s waiting for me at the altar.
I’m up to my eyeballs in unpaid rent. So is half this town.
Cannon Kingston is the devilish, arrogant billionaire with the power to save us all. But he wants something in return…
My hand in marriage.

The terms of our twisted contract are simple. A month or two of dirty, dirty matrimony and he’ll drop the eviction threats.
No biggie. I’ve got this…
Until he switches up the rules on me halfway through the deal.
First comes the bed-breaking orgasms.
Then come the late nights, spilling secrets in the dark.
Now, he’s after my heart.
But this is strictly business. Falling in love is a big, fat no-no. I’m not looking for a fairy tale ending. I’m just trying to save myself and my town.
Cannon Kingston is a man who always gets what he wants. And now, I’m at the top of his wishlist.
I’m no spineless damsel, though. I can bring this king to his knees.
…Unless he steals my heart for ransom first.

Mister Billions is a steamy, laugh-out-loud, marriage of convenience small town romance featuring a billionaire with a sinful body, a cocky grin and a serious attitude problem. A full-length (80 000-word) standalone. No cliffhanger. HEA guaranteed.

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