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Turns out, Marco knows who the handsome young man is. It's Antonio Ferraro, a notorious playboy and star striker for Italy's soccer team, AC Milan. Also, Antonio is connected to their father, Julio Torres, the billionaire who's about to marry their mother. It's a perfect match - as far as the triplets are concerned, but their plans to play Cupid are turned upside down when they learn that Auntie Joan and the soccer star have a troubling history that's threatening to keep them apart.
To add insult to injury, Antonio has been a very bad boy, and now he's in serious deep doo-doo with some scary and dangerous men. Antonio has a gambling problem? What does that even mean?
The triplets are too young to know when it's time to quit, so they decide to keep trying. They can tell that Antonio Ferraro really cares about their Auntie Joan, and they've seen the way she looks at him. It's the same look that their Mamma and Papa have just before they get all kissy, (Yuck!).
They want their Auntie Joan to have the same happiness that their parents have, and they recognize true love when they see it - even if the silly adults are too stubborn to see it themselves.
Book 1 - The Billionaire's Triplets
Book 2 - The Billionaire's Triplets - Matchmakers
Each audiobook can be listened to as a standalone novel. This novel contains humor, telepathically communicating babies, a little danger and violence for the adults, along with some seriously steamy intimate moments, (Our three baby's hide their heads and cover their eyes on that bit of news). This book also touches on recovery and addiction, including spirituality, the power of prayer, 12-step programs, and redemption. Enjoy!
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By Kindle Customer on 10-13-17
I liked the book, but the things the addicts did and went through was kind of unrealistic and a bit too much. It had great sexual storylines and if the storyline continues I hope the storyline is more realistic.
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By seelk on 10-05-17
The blurb picked my curiosity, but after listening to the story, I am not sure the title really fits the story. Yes there are triplets, they are cute and interesting how they communicate telepathically but not sure if they are matchmakers.
Otherwise the story was ok, a sweet romance with a little bit of suspense thrown in and some heated scenes. Joan's Mother and sister are a piece of work, no wonder she ended up an addict. Felt sorry for Antonio after finding out his story, he was way to forgiving towards his real Father. But there is a HEA despite their journey is quite rocky.
I enjoyed Mr. Kamish's voice, warm and melodious, I will be looking for other of his audios.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and this review is voluntary.
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