Sweet Revenge : Billionaire’s Deception (Women’s Psychological Fiction, New Adult Contemporary Forbidden American Billionaire Romance Short Story) by Serene McCarthy (Review by Stephanie – #NerdGirlLuna)

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Title: Sweet Revenge : Billionaire’s Deception (Women’s Psychological Fiction, New Adult Contemporary Forbidden American Billionaire Romance Short Story)

Author: Serene McCarthy

Published Date: August 14th 2015

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Rating:

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***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Beautiful Kaitlyn Monroe never thought that her job as a personal shopper would land her a chance to bump into a bad boy billionaire – Roy Hearst. Entirely fascinated by her wit and intelligence, he offers her a dare-devil proposal – to play the role of a social escort by his side. He just needs a date that he can string along to the socialite functions he is invited to attend. Believing in the pure innocence of the arrangement, Kaitlyn agrees to the ‘scandalous’ proposal for the sake of securing a better life and earning the money she needs for her college studies. Everything seems to proceed smoothly until the day she finds herself in love with the charming yet forbidden billionaire. Love and commitment are words that never appear in the dictionary of Roy Hearst because he is one man who is able to get any woman he wants with a snap of his fingers. Will Kaitlyn stand to lose him forever with her confession of love or can she tempt the snobbish cad into falling in love with her?

 

***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Stephanie – #NerdGirlLuna’s  Review***

Sweet Revenge was just that, a very sweet read. I enjoyed Katelyn’s witty come backs to an arrogant man like Roy. My favorite character though was Katelyn’s friend and roommate Amy who is very candid and tells Katelyn how it really is. I know I would enjoy a book for Amy. My only issue with the book was how stilted the conversations could be between Katelyn and Roy. I know in the beginning she was a little distant, but sometimes the conversation was so stilted and proper that it didn’t seem like a conversation between two real people. However, in the end the book smoothed out and I especially enjoyed the ending, nothing like a little revenge to settle the bruises on your heart. It was a great, short, and enjoyable romance if you are looking to pass the time.

 

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