Secret Bet

Secret Bet

by Victoria Pinder

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Secret Bet by Victoria Pinder

One Cocky Billionaire. One former Marine jilted at the alter. And one bet that forces them back together and threatens to tear them apart.

With a history of women sticking around only long enough to win over his money, not earn his love, Peter has learned to keep women at arm's length. But as much as he plays it smart with romance, he's still a sucker for a challenge. So when his brother bets that he can't date the same woman for thirty days, it's game on. Wooing a woman for one month and then walking away unscathed sounds almost too easy. Until his brother announces who the woman will be.

Former Marine Belle Jordan has lived through the scandal of being jilted at the altar. Ever since, she protects her heart, knowing she can never go through that kind of heartbreak again. Now the brother of the woman who tore her life apart is pursuing her with an intensity that is hard to resist. Her brain warns her to stay away, but her heart wants to trust his seductive words.

Before long, Peter finds that Belle is turning his cynical world on its head and awakening his long-dormant heart. When the truth comes out about the secret bet, Peter fears he may lose the one woman who can look past the dollar signs to see the man behind the throne. But will the realization be too little too later?

Fans of Jackie Collins, Danielle Steele and Bella Andre will love Secret Bet, Book 3, in the House of Morgan Series by USA Today bestselling author, Victoria Pinder.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162153191
Publisher: Love in a Book
Publication date: 06/20/2018
Series: The House of Morgan , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 151,028
File size: 4 MB

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Secret Bet (The House of Morgan) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Peter is talked into betting he can date Belle for a month to win more stock. He goes to talk to Belle but discovers he doesn't want to do this bet. While dancing with his sister, she realizes he likes Belle. She convinces her husband and her brother to stop the bet so Peter can enjoy dating Belle. They start enjoying each other's company but Peter's ex-girlfriend keeps causing trouble. Peter asked for items from the house in South America and his Mother returns. She claimed his Father kidnapped her and left her in his house down there because she asked for a divorce. But she has more secrets too. When Belle finds out about the whole story about the bet, she returns to DC and her job. Will Peter win her back? Plus what others secrets does his Mother have to tell them. Victoria has written another wonderful story. joy943 Will Peter win Belle back?
Marichus-Real More than 1 year ago
I was given a gifted copy on instaFreebie Belle, a former Marine, is a tough woman but inside she is hurting. As a last minute decision, she flies to Miami to attend a wedding, not any wedding but her ex’ one. Peter Morgan, heir to the Morgan’s fortune, is a tough man but inside he is hurting also. He can’t forget his mother’s abandonment when he was only five years old. That is the reason why he can trust any women and because of that, his brother John, his sister Victoria and his brother-in-law to be Colt make a bet that he will be unable to date a woman for a month plus they have to choose the woman and of course they choose Belle. He meets Belle at his sister’s wedding. From the very beginning, Belle is able to see the sadness, the loneliness and the good inside him. People think he is just like his father but Belle knows better. I did like the book. I loved Peter’s integrity and honesty and the way he helps people in need and also Belle’s ability to see the good in people, even though other people are unable to see it. The story is well-developed with some twists at the end I didn’t see coming. The only but I have is the editing. I found quite a few mistakes. Apart from that, it was a great reading.