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Heart of the Billionaire: : (The Billionaire's Obsession Sam)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Great book

I really liked this book. However, I liked Simon's story alot more. And it was kind of like the author just changed names in these two stories. She made both brothers almost exactly the same. Talked the same, acted the same, almost the same problems. I think she could o...
I really liked this book. However, I liked Simon's story alot more. And it was kind of like the author just changed names in these two stories. She made both brothers almost exactly the same. Talked the same, acted the same, almost the same problems. I think she could of changed them more so they were more like two different people. If that makes any sense. :) I hope the next book in this series isnt exactly like these two were, even though i liked both books.

posted by 9294402 on April 27, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Ok but not more

After reading the book set about Simon and finding it quite bad (gave it 2 stars) I decided ti give Sam's story a try. It is a little bit better but not much. My problem is that I find the two male characters poorly developed. They are too unrelatable and their possesiv...
After reading the book set about Simon and finding it quite bad (gave it 2 stars) I decided ti give Sam's story a try. It is a little bit better but not much. My problem is that I find the two male characters poorly developed. They are too unrelatable and their possesivenes is freaky at times. I just don't feel any connection with them. Then is the writing style, which I find repetitive and cheesy. There are much better stories about billionaire alpha-males out there. I will not be buying Max's book.

posted by EmmaGR on May 11, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2013

    so yeah - I read A LOT and rarely ever do not finish a book. I

    so yeah - I read A LOT and rarely ever do not finish a book. I set this one aside and may or may not ever finish it. It was just boring.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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