Lonely Billionaire

Lonely Billionaire

by Carol Grace
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Lonely Billionaire 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great fun at a B&B on the California Coast. Start with a love letter to a Lonely Millioniare, follow with a romantic weekend, and watch the sparks fly!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! Such a fun, sexy romance by one of my favorite authors. You'll love it, too!
PBoston More than 1 year ago
I am about to visit a friend in New York, but instead of booking a hotel I booked a Bed and Breakfast in the hopes of finding my own lonely millionaire! This book gave me great inspiration!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love romances full of love and lust set on the California coast? This one's for you. He's lonely and rich, she's beautiful and stuck working at her B&B. Gorgeous scenery and romance. Don't miss this bargain book!!
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GinnyTX More than 1 year ago
This is a quick & easy read for in-between heavier fiction (mysteries, suspense, etc.) that was perfect for the mood I was in when I read it. Pretty typical romance novel.
toboggan78 More than 1 year ago
A must read for the entertainment.
samieOH More than 1 year ago
It is so refreshing to read these good books. Great author!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked it!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unrealistic and boring.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read should have sequels to their marriage plus one for jack and her sister
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Janeth44444 More than 1 year ago
Fun, romantic story. I love Carol Grace's books. Lots of humor and emotion, and always a good time. This one is a steal at .99.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
[Sonic's POV] I cringed when Amy said that. How can I tell her? (Flashback) I was racing down Station Square when something caught my eye. I skidded to a stop. I smiled at the girl. "Hey Sal. What brings you back to Station Square?" I asked. The brown chipmuck with amber hair and blue eyes smiled. "Oh nothing." She said. "I just came by to see some of my old friends." I nodded. "Cool." "Where were you heading off to?" Sally asked. "Oh...I'm on a data with Amy....again." I answered. Sally sighed. "Sonic, why are you doing this? You don't even like her." Sally said. I sighed. "I know but she told if I did this one data with her she's leave me alone so I decided..." "Sonic, why do you have to do what she says? Why don't we go get some dinner together and chat? I'm more funnier to hang out with then her." Sally said with a smile. "Sally, I..." "Oh come on. You could always make up for it later." She said. "She's here everyday. I only come once in a blue moon." I had to admit. She was right. "Well okay." I said.••• "Sonic, I have a massage for you!" Said Eggman. Sally and I were walking around Station Square when one of Eggman's robots came with a radio. "I have captured Amy and if you don't come I'll..." I didn't hear the rest of the message. I was already running towards Eggman's Base at sonic speed. (End of Flashback) "Amy, I'm sorry but..." "What is it about me that you don't like?!" Amy sobbed. "Amy, please be quiet. It's 3 o'clock in the morning. You'll wake up the whole hospital." I whispered. Amy continued to cry. I had to calm her down somehow. Only one idea came to mind. I cupped her face and crushed my lips against her's which slient her cries. Amy did tried to fight me but soon gave in and began to kiss me back. I was surprised that Amy wasn't kissing me too roughly like Sally or Fiona would do. I pulled away slowly. Amy had a dazed look on her face and she was blusing. I smiled and brushed the last of her tears away. "Better?" I asked. Amy nodded happily.
KittyKorbel More than 1 year ago
The amount of typos are ridiculous and makes reading difficult and is a serious distraction! I have read thousands of books and have never seen anything like it! Sorry, but an 8 yr old could have proofed and edited this book better sheesh!