Billionaire Luke "The Bullet" Garmount has narrowed down the field of beautiful women on his tropical island to just five girls. Romance and seduction in a beautiful setting of truly gorgeous potential companions - what could be better? He dates each of them in turn, trying to find his perfect match, but things go seriously awry as the competition between the girls intensifies.
The girls sabotage each other, trying to outthink the rumors that fly between them. The backstabbing and trickery turns potentially deadly - seriously injuring one of the contenders. The investigation doesn't turn up anything helpful before the billionaire has to make another choice and narrow the field down to two.
Luke decides to spend a whole week with each of them.
Will dangerous schemes shatter his chance at love forever?
Warning: This is an erotic romance book. It contains graphic language, strong emotion, and passionate love scenes.
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Excitement Over the Billionaire"s Romantic Choice
Yes! Yes! Along with Books 1&2 of Billionaire Romance, book 3 is wonderful. I was so excited with the ending. I want all women to listen to this book because we all need to know that just because a man says he doesn't want love, he may find that fairy tale too.
I think that the book I would most compare a "Billionaire Romance: The Billionaire's Private Island" would be "Always You," also written by Alessandra Bancroft. The reason I chose this book is because the only man for Layla was Max. Now, with that being said, no one could compare. Well, when I think of our Billionaire Luke, in the beginning, no one could compare to his fiance Carla who died. No woman could ever be what she was to him. He only wanted a trophy to wear on his arm when he needed her. Well, in the end, he found that love in Yuna. The love that he had kept inside for only Carla. He gave himself to Yuna, as Layla got her Max. Luke was waiting for a Carla, and Layla was waiting for Max.
My favorite scene was when Luke rescued Yuna. I would like to quote the scene, and you will understand the filling.
"“I thought I’d lost you,” Luke said, his voice muffled by her hair. “I never want to lose you, Yuna. I love you.” Yuna leaned back, shocked, looking into his eyes to see the truth of his words shining out at her. “I love you, Luke. I was so scared I would never get a chance to tell you,” she said. “Tell me every day for the rest of our lives. Marry me. Today? Tomorrow? I don’t care, but soon,” he said, then laughed at her renewed shock."
He wanted, and found the love he so desperately needed.
Of course, for me Yuna is the most memorable character. She is so ladylike and demure. She wasn't like the other women, who would soon scratch your eyes out in order to get what they wanted. We all know what that is, and that was Luke and his money. Yuna was so unlike the others. That's what made her special to Luke.
I can only hope that Alessandra can write another book series as wonderful as this one was to me.
Action Packed Romance
Yes, I would recommend this book. It was a fun book to read and a great ending to a trilogy of books. It was very exciting.
There was much more action in this book than the other three and it really keeps you on the edge of your seat. You really start to hate some of the characters and love others you never thought you would. It has some interesting twists and turns.
I liked the ending because it ended up the way I kind of wanted it to, but didn't think it would.
Luke, the main character is the most memorable because the book is all about him trying to find a companion and not necessarily a wife with a romantic link. He was foiled in the end and actually did fall in love even though he really tried not to. I also liked Luke's lesbian assistant. She gave the book comic relief and was very likable.
This whole trilogy does not take a long time to read and if you have a heavy schedule like I do, you appreciate shorter pieces that you can read when you can and not forget what happened before. The trilogy is well written and there are action packed scenes and some steamy sex scenes that keep you interested all through the series.
- D. Harding