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Posted November 16, 2014
Alice decides to auction her virginity, she needs the money to help with her sick niece. But it doesn’t turn out exactly as she had expected because what was supposed to be one weekend ended up much more.
Lakota learns that his brother, before his death, has bid on and won an auction leaving Lakota with a virgin on his hands. His plan is to get rid of her by just paying her off but that changes when he realizes that Alice could be the solution to his need for a wife.
While they sort out their relationship to decide if it’s going to be a marriage of convenience they encounter many obstacles. Between sick family members, a company takeover, and the fiancé his brother left behind things aren’t smooth sailing for them. When a story makes headlines in the papers Lakota is faced with losing everything he didn’t realize he needed or loved.
With so many billionaire/virgin books flooding the market these days a reader can become immune to them and possibly decide to just not read any more books in this genre. This book puts a spin on that storyline and breathes fresh life into the billionaire/virgin storyline.
I loved how Lakota grew as a character throughout the book and how with Alice by his side he faced his past. I am never disappointed with any of Doris’s books and this is once again another favorite of mine.
Posted December 31, 2013
Posted June 25, 2013
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