Title: Bidding on the Billionaire
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.
Author: J.M. Stewart
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Bidding on the Billionaire, Bargaining for the Billionaire, Winning The Billionaire, Bargaining for the Billionaire
Series: Seattle Bachelors #1
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Bidding on the Billionaire, Bargaining for the Billionaire, Winning The Billionaire, Bargaining for the Billionaire
Published by Forever Yours Source: Publisher
Published: March 1st 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romance
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The characters in Bidding the Billionaire are fabulous. Hannah is so damaged from the scars, both visible and emotional, from the accident that changed her life forever but she’s still incredibly sweet and likable. She’s had to deal with some really unfair treatment because of her scars and is understandably reserved now about meeting new men. Cade’s experiences, while completely different, have left him equally unwilling to put himself out there. Cade can’t know if women want him or just his money. The supporting characters are equally interesting and well developed.
It’s perfect that they meet online in a book chat group instead of a dating site. These two are not seeking new relationships. The anonymity of the internet allows them to get to know each other without having to deal with rejection or questionable motives. When they finally decide to meet, their nervousness is palpable – exactly as I would expect it to be.
I loved that Cade is such a great guy and accepts Hannah as she is. Despite having enough money and the right connections to find the most beautiful, poised women, Cade’s not the superficial man you’d expect. The misunderstands are standard romance fare. Their mutual fear and inability to trust were to be expected and I found myself wanting to smack them both upside the head.
The dialog and online banter between Cade and Hannah were clever, hot and at times very touching. Stewart writes really well and I was glad to be able to move right into the next book.