Teasing the Billionaire (The Woman of the Billionaire’s Dreams)

Teasing the Billionaire (The Woman of the Billionaire’s Dreams)

Teasing the Billionaire (The Woman of the Billionaire's Dreams)

You’d be surprised what you can do if you know a man’s fantasies…

Just when things look they can’t get any worse for poor Tracy, a car accident leaves her with a new pile of bills. But the accident has also given her the power to enter dreams, including those of billionaire playboy Mr. Paul Hayes. Will Tracy be able to transform from a timid waitress into the woman of the billionaire’s dreams?

This 5500 word story is Chapter One of “The Woman of the Billionaire’s Dreams”.

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3 thoughts on “Teasing the Billionaire (The Woman of the Billionaire’s Dreams)

  1. A. Ellison "real LS costomer"
    20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    My mama warned me about reading books with gray neck ties on the covers. LOL!, July 19, 2013
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    A. Ellison “real LS costomer” (Taylorsville, UT USA) –
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    This review is from: Teasing the Billionaire (The Woman of the Billionaire’s Dreams) (Kindle Edition)
    Alright, I have to give the author an “A” (Or 3 stars) for effort.

    This story is yet another one of those ones designed to tease you into multi-billing your card.
    Why is it that some writers are capable of writing a short story from beginning to end and maintain the fact that it’s a short story, all the while keeping their fan base satisfied?

    And why is there writers out there that think that stringing their fans around by the nose like some sort of infomercial host, is the best way to sling books?

    This book was very intense in plot, but flopped in Tracy’s ability to enter dreams. That is a pointless twist, and it could have been edited out to make room for more story.
    And although the description says that Tracy can enter “dreams”, she really can only enter that rich guys dreams, and he seems like a prick to me, so that only adds to the lunacy of this tale.

    But no one said that every story had to be realistic…. so, Three for effort, and I will not be buying book two.

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  2. Donna feibusch
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Great Read!, June 4, 2013
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    This review is from: Teasing the Billionaire (The Woman of the Billionaire’s Dreams) (Kindle Edition)
    I enjoyed reading this short story’s about Tracy & Mr. Paul Hayes, who meet in a restaurant that Tracy works at waitressing and Mr. Hayes frequents with his dates every Friday night, plus he’s a fantastic tipper. One night on Tracy’s way home from work, a drunk driver hits her and she ends up in the hospital, luckily she’s not hurt to bad, and goes home. However when the hospital bill arrives, she nearly faints, cause theirs no way she can possible dig herself out of this new debit on top of her medical school bills. She’s desperate for money, and since Mr. Hayes has offered to help out she thinks this might be her only avenue. Read on to see what happens. Enjoy reading!

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  3. pinkwoodb
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    love it, May 6, 2013
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    if you want a book that you cant put down this is one.. i had to keep reading to see what was next..

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