Romance: The Billionaires Heart – A Billionaire Romance

Romance: The Billionaires Heart – A Billionaire Romance

Romance: The Billionaires Heart - A Billionaire Romance

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3 thoughts on “Romance: The Billionaires Heart – A Billionaire Romance

  1. morehumanthanhuman
    92 of 94 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Is this for adults?, August 3, 2015
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    morehumanthanhuman (Minneapolis, MN) –

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    This book reads as if it was written by a twelve-year-old — the simplistic characters, the unrealistic setting, the stilted dialogue. Katelynn, the daughter of a former US Senator — has just gotten her Master’s degree in political science. But she hates politics and doesn’t want anything to do with it (why didn’t she realize this at any point while getting her degree?). Instead of getting a job that draws on her advanced degree in any way, she moves back home and decides to apply for minimum wage jobs. She’s hired at a local discount superstore as a manager trainee (apparently the company doesn’t want managers to have any relevant experience) and, instead of being trained by another manager, Nate, the billionaire son of the CEO, comes to handle her training personally.

    Now, being a CEO requires a very specific set of skills that have little to do with running day-to-day operations of the company — recruiting top talent, inspiring investors, maintaining investor returns, managing relationships with the board of directors, high level financial planning — so why would a CEO who wanted his son to be the future CEO have him doing inventory reports, coaching tardy cashiers, and stocking shelves? Like so much of the novel, it seems like the author just doesn’t get it.

    Of course, Nate and Katelynn fall for each other. They don’t have much chemistry. They frequently think about how attractive the other one is, but you never get a sense of any heat. Their connection has to be resolutely non-sexual because they’re both committed to remaining virgins until marriage. This book wasn’t listed as a Christian romance, so it was a bit frustrating to get this bait-and-switch.

    It’s a cliffhanger, so the book ends on a note of uncertainty. I’m not sure if the author is extremely naive or just trying to reach an audience that is, but the simplistic nature of this book and the lack of chemistry between the two main characters will make it unsatisfying to most adults.

    Edit: Upon further consideration, I think this author’s body of work may be some kind of social experiment. Her author bio is written like an obvious attempt to capture a certain demographic and as of today (10/27/15), a search of her author photo actually links to a stock photo tagged with — I kid you not — “normal woman.” She loves Starbucks! And yoga! All we need is a picture of her crunching through fall leaves in her Uggs. I’ve read several of the author’s books and I think this may be some sort of meta-project. If so, I like the joke!

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  2. Amazon Customer
    60 of 62 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Surprisingly not, June 4, 2015
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    Amazon Customer (Stone Mountain, GA) –

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    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.

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  3. Outspoken RN
    28 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    No, thank you., July 12, 2015
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    Outspoken RN (Sunny California) –

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    I found this author’s writing style to be rather annoying. She uses lots of exclamation points to try to keep the reader interested, rather than just writing something interesting. The story is boring. There’s really no other way to say it. I do give the author props for writing an “innocent” romance rather than focusing on heaving bosoms and copulating. I really wanted to like this book, but there’s simply no story there. Two people meet and somehow are inexplicably in love… for no reason. There is no development of characters. We don’t know WHY the hero of the story is such a great guy. We don’t know WHY he falls for her or, frankly, why she is interested in him. We do know he’s handsome. But come on… It’s all very superficial and, again, boring. Even! With! All! Of! The! Random! Exclamation points!!

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