by M. Malone


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Child prodigy Lucas Marshall has written everything from security software to video games. There’s only one hacker alive who is better than he is. His online buddy C7pher.

Now that he’s the heir to a billionaire, he wants his friend to help him build coding schools for underprivileged kids around the country. He isn’t prepared for his best friend, his only friend, to say NO.

Or for him to drop out of his life completely.

Then he’s asked to consult on a hacking case for the FBI and the hauntingly beautiful suspect seems to know a lot about Luke. Things he’s only told one other person...

When the only person you’ve ever trusted is a liar, everything is fair game.

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ISBN-13: 9781938789274
Publication date: 11/29/2017
Series: Blue-Collar Billionaires , #5
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.56(d)

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Luke (Blue-Collar Billionaires #5) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have really enjoyed this series. Each book was better than the last. Hate to see the series end!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This (hopefully not final) 5th book in the Blue Collar Billionaire series is phenomenal. Great storyline. Perfect mix of mystery & romance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book! Great characters and an awesome ending. I also really enjoyed the interaction between all the brothers. Anakin and Loki are a great addition to the family :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book will have you laughing out loud and crying. She saved the best for last!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Full of mystery and love.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed all 5 books, I didn't want it to end. Something extremely special about all of the brothers!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## Albeit short, this was good. About 140 pages on my nook. There really wasn't much conflict in the book. Luke was beyond understanding and thus the conflict fell a little short. That's OK though. It was still entertaining. I did think four bucks was a tad steep for 140 pages. Not sure if I'll read again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the entire series. The chase of romance, hot sex, suspense , sexy character's. A must read! Thanks for the escape!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
But I was left wondering about the FBI agent and in the end wondered if Dad is really dead. Also did Seven and Luke get married? Since there are no other brothers, guess I'll never know.
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Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars---LUKE is the fifth and final installment in M.Malone’s contemporary, new adult Blue Collar Billionaires romance series focusing of the five Marshall brothers-Tank, Finn, Gabe, Zack and Luke. This is youngest brother Luke Marshall, and Seven’s storyline. LUKE can be read as a standalone but I suggest reading the series in order for back story, history and cohesion as there is too much information missing to understand the family dysfunction and the brothers’ connection to one another. Some background: The Marshall family consists of 5 brothers and half brothers; three mothers; and one father with ties to the Irish mob. Patriarch Max Marshall is a billionaire who ‘earned’ his money through mafia transactions, and had bequeathed each of his sons an early inheritance. The Blue Collar Billionaires series is their stories. Told from alternating first person points of view (Luke and Seven) LUKE is the culmination of a building storyline wherein our hero, a child prodigy, will finally meet the father he never knew, and the online hacker he has considered a friend for close to ten years. Luke has always been a bit of a loaner; with few friends and only his mother as family and confidant. Seven and Luke will finally meet when the FBI forces our duo into an unscheduled meeting, but a meeting that will find Luke and Seven on a path to love and a happily ever after. Meanwhile, the family begins preparations for Tank and Emma’s upcoming nuptials. Luke and Seven’s introduction to one another comes as a surprise to Luke as he never considered his online friend to be a woman. The introduction between Luke and Seven is built upon a lie, and Luke soon discovers that Seven’s appearance has much less to do with meeting Luke and more to do with a possible betrayal against Luke and his family. Seven’s past in the foster care system has left our heroine scarred and damaged; Luke’s life growing up without his father has been a struggle but more so for his mother who has had to work harder to keep food on the table and clothes on their backs. The $ex scenes are erotic and seductive. The world building continues to focus on the Marshall brothers, their relationships with one another; and their mutual connection through an absent and troubled father. Luke’s relationship with his half brothers continues to grow, as our hero begins to accept the new additions to his ever-expanding family. Luke will finally meet the man he has never known, but is it too little, too late for a father whose life revolves around crime and illegal activities? LUKE is a simple and predictable read; an interesting look at the youngest son of an absent father; a father whose life revolved around crime and the Irish mob. The premise focuses on Luke’s relationship with Seven, and the real reason Seven has sought out a face to face meeting with her virtual, online friend. The characters are engaging and colorful; the happily ever after is not unexpected but a twist to the family dynamics changes all of the brother’s lives for the future. The conflict resolution was disappointing and felt rushed to the finish. I was hoping for some more angst and intrigue.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read the whole series and this book doesn't disappoint
MMRNY More than 1 year ago
Great Conclusion to a Great Series!! Wow!! M. Malone never disappoints her readers. I always know that when I pick up an M. Malone book that I am going to get a well crafted, beautifully written and heartfelt story, and that is exactly what I got with Luke. However, I must admit that I am disappointed that the Blue Collar Billionaires series has now come to an end with Luke's book. I have come to love the Marshall brothers and reading about their search for happiness and the love of their lives. Lucas Marshall aka Luke is the youngest of the Marshall brothers, and he is also the genius of the bunch. Unlike Tank and Finn or Gabe and Zack, who always had each other growing up, Luke has always been by himself, and has even felt like an outsider in his own family for the most part, especially with him being so smart and always the youngest in the group. Luke found comfort in his online friends, and with one in particular, C7pher, who just so happens to be an even better hacker than Luke himself, and who happens to have an agenda of her own that Luke is not privy to. Luke's story was touching and extremely emotional. I loved seeing Luke come into himself as a man, falling in love, and finding his place in his family with his brothers, and learning to understand that he is not by himself and that he can lean on his brothers who love and support him no matter what. However, I must also admit that I am still not sure how I feel about the twist that occurred in this book. It is a true dilemma and I am not sure if I would have made the same decision as Luke, but who knows what we will do when it comes to the ones we love. Great job on this extremely well written and emotional series about Tanner aka Tank, Finnegan aka Finn, Gabriel aka Gabe, Zachary aka Zack, and Lucas aka Luke, better known as the Marshall brothers aka the Blue Collar Billionaires, M. Malone. I honestly cannot wait to see what M. Malone has in store for us readers next. I absolutely love her work. She is definitely one of my go-to authors.