I was provided with an advance reader copy by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Any and all opinions expressed in this review are mine alone. I received no financial incentives to review this book.
Series: Billionaire's Club #3
Published by St Martin's Griffin on April 15, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Source: the publisher
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The Billionaire’s Club: a fabulously sexy contemporary series about some of the world’s wealthiest, most powerful men and the women they claim…and keep.
Wild and reckless, and more at ease with his biker gang than his business partners, Sean Morrow has always longed for Abigail Prescott, whose life he ruined when an innocent friendship turned into a night of red-hot passion back when they were in high school. Now that his brother, Jax, has decided to hire Abby to work for the Morrows, Sean can no longer ignore his old demons—or his desire.
It took Abby time to get over Sean Morrow…and then he walked back into her life. And even though she can’t forget the pain, she can’t stop fantasizing about their one erotic encounter…and she still craves his touch. What she feels for Sean is deeper than need. It’s pure, blind lust—and the feeling is mutual…
I am still going to go back and read about Jax in book 1, but boy, is it going to take some serious hotness to beat Sean’s story! As I said in my review of book 2 earlier, the dark, jaded billionaire character is starting to work its catnippy magic on me.
The Billionaire Biker has all the elements of this type that I never really knew I liked, but would happily mainline now – the brooding hero, the deep secrets and mystery from the past, a heroine with a fair set of cojones, and some filthy good sexytimes!
So, here are my thoughts on The Billionaire Biker:
I loved the often raw, unguarded emotion that flowed between these two. Both Sean and Abby have been made to feel like they’re not good enough, or that they don’t belong, and the only bright spots in their early lives were each other. Their connection, both on a mental and physical level, is just…whoa! The intimate scenes between them were super-hot, but they also totally matched the mood of the story and they never seemed too much or out of place.
There is more angst in The Billionaire Biker than in book 2, and both characters are dealing with their pasts in their own way. I love that Abby calls Sean on his cowardice in regard to facing his issues, but never denies that she has her own problems to deal with. The telling of their story from both sides worked fantastically. I felt their pain and sorrow, and I was willing them to find a way to get past themselves and their problems, so they could find the happy ending they both so deserve.
The glimpses of the other Morrows in this story are perfect and they add their layer to the storyline, but blessedly don’t threaten to swamp Sean and Abby’s story.
Even though I haven’t read the opening to the series, this is such a great way to bring the series to a close. I’m usually a fan of the epilogue, but I am kind of glad there wasn’t one in this story. Why? Because I see this story as their epilogue, where Sean and Abby were meant to end up.
I am waiting on the edge of my seat now for the next offering of Jackie Ashenden magic – if they are like this one, I am going to 1-Click them like nobody’s business.