Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Book Review: The Billionaire Takes a Bride by Jessica Clare

The Billionaire Takes a Bride
(Billionaires and Bridesmaids Series, #3)
By Jessica Clare

Blurb: 
A lie turns to love in the latest novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Taming of the Billionaire.

Billionaire Sebastian Cabral loves his family, he just doesn’t love their reality TV show, The Cabral Empire. So when his ex-girlfriend tries to rekindle their relationship on camera, Sebastian decides that drastic measures are in order.

By day, Chelsea Hall is a happy-go-lucky, rough and tumble roller derby skater. By night, she’s still living in fear of her past. Most of all, she just doesn’t want to be alone. And she really, really doesn’t want to date.

So when their mutual friends’ upcoming wedding turns Chelsea and Sebastian into fast friends, they realize they can solve both of their problems with one life-changing lie: a quick trip down the aisle.

But with one kiss, Chelsea and Sebastian suddenly realize that their pretend relationship is more real than either of them expected…



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Viviana's Review: 
OMG - Love Jessica Clare’s books.  They are witty and full of awesome bantering between the hero and heroine.  While this is the third book in the “Billionaires and Bridesmaids” series it can be read as a standalone.

Both Sebastian and Chelsea have one thing in common, they do not like parties, but it is for very different reasons.  Upon meeting under very interesting and rather hysterical circumstances, they both hit it off as friends.  I loved seeing the friendship blossom.  You could tell they both really meant it when they said they were friends.  I read the entire book in one sitting.  Couldn’t and didn’t want to put it down.

Sebastian’s family is funny.  Sad, but funny.  He has dealt with them and the situation the best way he knows how until this point.  Chelsea provides him with the perfect end-all solution!  He is super sweet and funny and you can’t help but fall for him.  And he is extremely talented even if he keeps it hidden from everyone.

Chelsea is fun-loving and sweet as well.  However, it’s obvious from the beginning of the story that something bad has happened to her and we hope she can allow Sebastian in.

While they may have started out as friends with the intent to remain only friends there is definitely more there and Sebastian is willing to put his heart on the line and he hopes she will as well.

Jessica continues to write stories with characters readers can relate to and will fall in love with!




 Rating: 4.5 Stars - I Really Loved It!



Disclaimer:
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Berkley Publishing Group InterMix via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.

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