Title: Bargaining for the Billionaire
You know what they say: billionaires do it better . . .
Grayson Lockwood is every girl's fantasy. Fabulously wealthy? Check. Dangerous good looks, complete with a titillating tattoo on his rock-hard chest? Check. High-powered CEO? Check. Too bad none of that impressed the only woman he ever loved. Since she walked away from him three years ago, Grayson can't get her out of his mind. To win her back, he'll have to finally open up about the secrets he's been keeping. But first, he may have to use a little deception.
Tired of her comatose love life, Madison O'Reilly spices things up by chatting online with a sexy stranger. All she's really looking for is a hot fling-and Book Nerd seems flirtatious and surprisingly attuned to her needs. As their chats become steamier, she begins to wonder just how long she can hold out before she has the real thing. But when he steps out from behind his avatar, Grayson can only hope that Maddie will finally see his true heart . . .
Author: J.M. Stewart
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Bidding on the Billionaire, Bargaining for the Billionaire, Bidding on the Billionaire, Winning The Billionaire
Series: Seattle Bachelors #3
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Bidding on the Billionaire, Bargaining for the Billionaire, Bidding on the Billionaire, Winning The Billionaire
Published by Forever Yours Source: Publisher
Published: September 13th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romance
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Grayson and Madison have spent the three years since they broke up so alone. Neither has moved on at all despite trying to convince themselves to do so. Gray can’t imagine Maddie will forgive him and Maddie can’t imagine forgiving Gray. Christina’s charity bachelor auction has already brought two couples together, her brother and sister-in-law and she and her husband, so she’s quick to use it to set these two up. Sadly the duplicity between her and Grayson only adds to Maddie’s distrust and the scheme initially backfires. Of course, as any good romance, the two must go through a lot to find the happily ever after they are destined to have. Moving on, despite being what they each want, proves to be challenging because of their baggage from life in general and from their previous time together.
The story is well written with complex characters, great dialog and stressful situations. I really like Stewart’s style and thoroughly enjoyed my time with Gray and Maddie.