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The Mistaken Billionaire

Review:  The Mistaken Billionaire By: Lexxie Couper

Product DetailsExpected Publication 06/05/2017

I loved this book.  This love story is a case of mistaken identity.  Not a story that has been told often.  Mila is a school teacher who’s dreams were shattered 8 years ago by Thomas St Clair.  Thomas is a very successful horror author.  Their paths cross when Mila almost runs over his dog Reaper.  She takes the dog back to the address listed and finds his owner is her enemy Thomas.  Thomas mistakes her for his date and she goes with it.  This story was exciting and fun.  The chemistry between the two characters was very strong.  The story was smooth and steady paced.  The author had a wonderful plot that was well executed.  She developed her characters and had a lot of fun with her story.  I loved all the characters in the book, especially the sassy sarcastic Aussie.  I could not put this book down.  I was captivated from the first chapter.  Since this is the second in the series, I need to read the first.  🙂 This author will be added to my reads list in the future.  I am a new fan.   5 Star Rating  small star 1

Goodreads

Thomas St Clair is used to getting exactly what he wants, when he wants it. So when a mysterious woman shows up at his door with his runaway dog and her presence drives away his writer’s block, he’s willing to put up with her secrets if it means she’ll stay around.

Mila Elderkin once had a promising career in journalism, until her dreams were shattered by a rising star in the literary world. When fate lands her at that same man’s door years later, and he doesn’t recognize her, it seems she’s been offered a chance for a little fun. Mila’s not out for revenge, especially not once she starts to see the man beneath the persona. But the past has funny way of creeping into the present, and secrets don’t lie quiet forever.

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