The Billionaires Heart – A Billionaire Romance (Volume 1)

Book I: The Billionaires Heart When you’re a fresh new college graduate with a Master’s Degree you consider completely useless, you realize pretty quickly that you need to find a job! That’s the position Katelynn Burke finds herself in, and when she is hired on her very first job interview to be the Manager Trainee of a new store in town, she thinks life couldn’t get any better. But then she meets the man who is going to train her: Nathanael Simmons, the only son of the founder of the company, and one of the most incredibly handsome, wealthy and lovable men she’s ever seen in her life! How will she handle things when the relationship takes a turn towards the romantic? This is Katelynn’s story, told in her own words.

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3 Comments

  1. Surprisingly not I was really surprised at this book not being as good as expected. I don’t know what to say. I thought that it would be better by reading the excerpt. This is a story about two virgins, what a shocker. It could have been completed but they want to make more stories to get you to buy more books, don’t fall for it. Just not interesting enough.

  2. Wasn’t what I was expecting It was an okay read but not quite what I expected. It was told in a kind of matter of fact way and I felt like I was reading a grocery list. The reference Katelynn made to her father talking with her mother to get her thoughts but he made the ultimate decision rubbed me the wrong way and I felt like the book took place in the 1950’s rather than 2010’s. The talk of both Katelynn and Nate remaining virgins and Katlynn’s going to church every Sunday was okay but it makes me believe this book…

  3. Un-ended I would have given this book a five star rating, except that it wasn’t a complete story. Now I have to order another book to find out the ending.I really liked the innocent quality of the relationship. Both leads find themselves attracted to identical qualities. I wonder how it ends?

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