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Publisher's Summary

“Let’s get married.” 
That was the last thing I had in mind. Then I saw Holly, a curvy redhead in a tight green dress. I knew she was mine. And I had to claim her. I tasted her full lips and devoured every inch of her. I woke up with a ring on my finger, but she was gone....
Our marriage was an accident, but my vows are real. Finding her isn’t easy. And I’m not the only one who wants her. The cartel thinks they own her, but they have no clue. I’m not your ordinary billionaire. I’m f--king ruthless. 
I’ll protect my wife. And our baby growing inside her.
 
©2018 R.R. Banks (P)2018 R.R. Banks
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4 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 07-20-18

Good Story but Inconsistent Heroine

Overall, I found the story line to be interesting and the narration to be well performed. The hero, Braydon, was very well written and was the definition of a literary billionaire alpha hero, the heroine however had some major inconsistencies. For instance, in the beginning Holly is described to be a shy school teacher with some social anxieties, and she plays that role well until she’s been alone with Braydon for a short while. After they grow close there is little to no sign of the heroine, social anxieties. Though I love when heroines find their voice in a story, there was no character evolution to show how she came to her mindset. Another thing that bothered me about Holly was the fact that she assumed what was right for any of the other characters and didn’t have any regard for anybody else’s feelings in the process.

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