SEDUCING THE BILLIONAIRE'S DAUGHTER by Marquita Valentine
Release Date: May 23rd
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Despite the prestige of his last name, Sawyer Taggart clawed his way to the top. As the illegitimate son the Taggarts can no longer ignore, he wants what's rightfully his--control of the security firm that's worth billions. But first, he has to take out the competition. London Montgomery refuses to use her last name to get ahead. As the only girl in the trio of billionaire Montgomery siblings, she's a prime target for fortune hunters. To keep herself safe and please her family, she stays on the straight and narrow... until she meets Sawyer Taggart. No matter how many roadblocks she throws in his way, the darkly seductive businessman continues to ruthlessly pursue her.
Now London has to decide if she'll risk it all to be with Sawyer, or choose a man her family approves of... In the meantime, you can read: Seducing the Billionaire's Wife Seducing the Billionaire's Brother
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I loved this book. Was it anything particularly groundbreaking? No, it wasn't. Although I liked the beginning of it and I thought it was cute and clever.
Sawyer and London are from families with competing companies. And, well, they probably shouldn't be together...but, the attraction is such that they are not interested in ignoring it. And, well, they would be pretty bad at ignoring it were they to try.
There's not a lot to say about this other than how much I enjoyed the story. It's not perfect, and there were a few plot lines that resolved very easily...but, overall I enjoyed it and I definitely recommend it...for just how much fun it was to read.
About the Author:
Marquita Valentine is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of contemporary romance.
When she's not writing sexy heroes who adore their sassy heroines, she enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her family and friends. Married to her high school sweetheart, Marquita lives in a seriously small town in the south.
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