Review: Bidding on the Billionaire (Seattle Bachelors #1) by J.M. Stewart

March 28, 2016 Review 0

Review: Bidding on the Billionaire  (Seattle Bachelors #1) by  J.M. Stewart

Safety. Anonymity. Invisibility.

Those are just a few advantages of Internet “dating.” Even better, as far as Hannah Miller is concerned, is the fact that she can shed all inhibitions without worrying about what he thinks of her figure or her face. “He” is bikerboy357, the man who knows what Hannah likes, and wants her—every night—as much as she wants him. When he asks to meet, Hannah hesitates. But the temptation is too strong. And after one look into his sultry green eyes, there’s no turning back.

Cade MacKenzie’s never met a woman who’s wasn’t blinded by his billion-dollar net worth, but “H” knows neither his face nor his name. Her words are so smart, sweet, and scorchingly sexy that Cade’s willing to gamble she’ll be just as amazing in person. And she is. But even as every delicious encounter makes Cade want Hannah more, what he wants most is her trust.

It’s something all his money can’t buy. And now, Cade will do anything to earn it.

Title: Bidding on the Billionaire
Author: J.M. Stewart
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Bargaining for the Billionaire, Bidding on the Billionaire, Winning The Billionaire, Bargaining for the Billionaire
Series: Seattle Bachelors #1
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Bargaining for the Billionaire, Bidding on the Billionaire, Winning The Billionaire, Bargaining for the Billionaire
Published by Forever Yours
Source: Publisher
Published: March 1st 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Romance
Pages: 240 pages
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Hannah and Cade are brought together online through conversation over an erotic novel. During their discussions of the book, a friendship forms. As their friendship progresses, it turns into something neither one expected.

Hannah likes the safety of online dating. She doesn’t have to worry about what a man thinks about her and her scars, plus she knows nothing about the man on the other side. She can be herself and she likes that.

Cade also likes the anonymity of having an online lover. He is a billionaire and after having his trust shattered previously, he wants to remain hidden. However, Hannah is getting under his skin. He is nearly beside himself and not able to function. He must meet her. He suggests a meeting in person. Hannah is, of course, hesitant.

Eventually Hannah agrees. Cade proposes a two week, no attachments, only sex tryst. After setting up some ground rules, they embark on an awakening that morphs into so much more than they could’ve figured it would.

I really liked both Hannah and Cade from the get go! They had very different upbringings but their pasts are similar, so they can relate to one another. Hannah always wants to hide since she has unsightly scars from an auto accident. Underneath, she is a very strong, resilient, and smart woman who wants to let go of the boundaries that she has put up around herself. Cade is a very kind and sensitive man. He saw Hannah for who she was-regardless of scars-and just can’t get enough of her. He’s a good guy and Hannah feels that about him, but both struggle with defining what is happening between them. Their hearts war with their heads. I liked their bantering and their sexual chemistry is off the hook!

Bidding on the Billionaire is the first book I have read by J.M. Stewart. I enjoyed the writing and pace of the book. I am also a fan of dual POV and felt it enhanced this story. The characters were written well and were very likable. A good first book to the Seattle Bachelors series that I look forward to continuing!

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