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Billionaire playboy Reese Durham is used to seducing women to get what he wants. But when stiff, too-proper Audrey bursts into the private mountain lodge and scares his companion out the door, it's time for a little revenge. It's clear that Audrey's in love with his buddy, Cade...and it's clear to Reese that blackmailing Audrey with this information can get her to agree to just about anything. Like furtive kisses in the dark, or a secret rendezvous in the woods. Audrey may think she knows what she wants, but Reese is determined to show her what she needs. And as Reese discovers the volatile minx behind the buttoned-up exterior, he starts to think maybe she's just what he needs, too.
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By Lorraine on 12-27-14
Fun. Beach Read. No thinking required
What made the experience of listening to The Wrong Billionaire's Bed the most enjoyable?
I like the flow of the story. The characters were interesting. The men were all friends and they only want the best for each other.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Reese Durham was sly and funny. He played his part well waiting for the woman he wanted.
Which character – as performed by Jillian Macie – was your favorite?
I enjoyed Reese the most. He was playful.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, though I listened to it time permitting over a week. It was a fun beach read book.
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By Rusty on 07-25-15
I did not enjoy the Wrong Billionaire's Bed, mostly because I found Reece too arrogant, self absorbed and immature to be interesting. When Reece was willing to seduce a woman he didn't even like to make even more money, I was totally disgusted. I didn't care that the woman was a shallow bimbo, it was still a slimey move.
Audrey wasn't all that interesting either. While she was a loyal sister to drug-addicted Daphne, Audrey's need to control everything got on my nerves. When Audrey kept throwing herself at Cade, who was obviously in love with Daphne, I just cringed.
I also didn't buy into Reece's sudden "bad boy turned good man due to real love". If Reece had possesed morals, integrity and compassion, those traits would have been evident years ago. While Reece wasn't evil or violent, and possibly a good friend, he wasn't my idea of a romantic hero.
The narractor's voice, while pleasant and distinct, sounded extremely young for the age of the characters.
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