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Bedded at the Billionaire Conv e-book

Author:

Cathy Williams

Language:

English

Category:

Romance

Subcategory:

Contemporary

ePub size:

1525 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

Mills & Boon (2008)

Pages:

192

ISBN:

0263864359

Bedded at the Billionaire Conv e-book

by Cathy Williams


CATHY WILLIAMS was born in the West Indies and has been writing Harlequin® romances for some fifteen years. She is a great believer in the power of perseverance as she had never written anything before (apart from school essays a lifetime ago!).

CATHY WILLIAMS was born in the West Indies and has been writing Harlequin® romances for some fifteen years. From the starting point of zero has now fulfilled her ambition to pursue this most enjoyable of careers.

Start by marking Bedded at the Billionaire's Convenience as Want to Read . Billionaire Pierre Newman needs a fiance-and fast! Frumpy, inexperienced Georgie is the complete opposite of the high-society women he usually has at his beck and call, but she will have to do!

Start by marking Bedded at the Billionaire's Convenience as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. If he has to do this, he fully intends to enjoy the more pleasurable benefits, Billionaire Pierre Newman needs a fianc�e-and fast! Frumpy, inexperienced Georgie is the complete opposite of the high-society women he usually has at his beck and call, but she will have to do!

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Almost at the altar! Anthony Newman was beginning to look a lot like the perfect man. When Jessica Hirst had problems with her teenage daughter, Anthony knew just how to help. The free online library containing 500000+ books.

Cathy Williams is a great believer in the power of perseverance as she had never written anything before her writing . Set in London and Australia Bought to Wear the Billionaire’s Ring is a story about a fake engagement that leads to something more

Cathy Williams is a great believer in the power of perseverance as she had never written anything before her writing career, and from the starting point of zero has now fulfilled her ambition to pursue this most enjoyable of careers. Set in London and Australia Bought to Wear the Billionaire’s Ring is a story about a fake engagement that leads to something more. Leo Morgan is a Billionaire with a problem, he has been granted custody of his deceased step-brother’s child. Unfortunately, the child’s maternal grandmother has been keeping her in Australia so she can collect the money for child support.

Bound by the Billionaire's Baby. From one nigh. hen Sergio Burzi's table at an exclusive London restaurant is invaded by a stunning woman fleeing a blind date, he's intrigued. Candid, innocent artist Susie Sadler is nothing like the women he normally dates. The urge to sweep her into his gilded realm-if only for the night-is overwhelming.


elegant stranger
I love harlequin books about pretend engagements who later become real ones. This storyline is why i bought this book. But sadly i couldn't even finished it. I found myself not caring any longer how it ended. The one and only reason: Georgie, our heroine. Annoying to a fault. I found her to be too judgmental of the hero's lifestyle, of his money, his life. It really was none of her business how he lived, and if he was a millionaire and she wasn't , then good for him!!! But oh nooess, she was constantly criticizing, at least up to where I read. I honestly do not understand what he liked about her. She was a school teacher with no intelligence whatsoever, a little country mouse with no sweetness or cuteness in her. Getting her nose in his business and whomever he dated, the car he drove, the gym he visited, blah blah blah. I don't think ill ever finish this one, maybe when I get over my annoyance I skip to the end, just to see if he marries someone nicer.
Bluddefender
I was definetly intrigued by this book as it had a sexy, powerful hero, and the girl for him to rescue, which are my favorite stories. The hero was great. He was strong, successful, loved his mother and would do just about anything for the girl. I like my female characters to have a cinderella story and to definetly not make it easy for the hero, but she was way overboard in that she was completely judgemental about his success. She went a bit overboard in my opinion. She was to hippieish to me, which i did not find appealing. It all ended good and well and his mother was a great addition to the story. If the heroine would have been written a bit differently I would have loved this book because the concept was great. Writing was also done well which is why I gave it 3 stars.
Alsath
Sometimes the descriptions are so glaringly off for these books that it makes me laugh and feel sad at the same time.

Pierre and Georgie grew up together. Or rather, their parents were friends and though he was older than her and hated living in the country and was pretty much gone, they knew and didn't like each other. Also, when Georgie's parents died, she was taken in by Pierre's.

Pierre left home as soon as possible because he hated the country and had no respect for his parents, though his father was now dead.

He's met by Georgie who's come to London to tell him that his mother was falling into depression because of him so she told a little lie about how he and Georgie were carrying on a relationship and wouldn't he please go along with it.

One thing leads to another and he finds himself stuck in the lie and it does help his mother. Even though he's never really liked Georgie and she has never liked him, suddenly both find themselves attracted to each other. The relationship starts up for real but this just means that when the breakup happens it will be more painful, because Pierre plans on going back to his life after his small holiday is over and Georgie isn't part of that life.

In total, I liked the hero more than the heroine in this story. A lot of the book was told from his point of view, which seemed to help that along. Our hero spent his growing years in boarding school and developed a resentment towards his parents and their unfortunate ability to throw good money after bad in some venture or another. Meanwhile his mother found herself questioning if she'd made the right choices and having nothing to say to her son who she was in awe of.

Georgie was a slightly ditzy girl who knew she was. She tended to act first and think later. She was also judgmental enough to slightly annoy me. When she wasn't being judgmental she was being almost too understanding.

The story itself was good but I really wish that the relationship angle had been more in depth. Instead it seemed more like her fighting attraction to him, and him trying to get her into bed because he wanted her and he wasn't used to women telling him no.

For the heroine I really didn't think she had enough personal growth. Half the time she was afraid of breaking away because she was stable and 'safe' where she was.

As usual with a Cathy Williams book, the banter between the main characters is good and while the hero is more a real person in terms of character, the heroine was borderline cardboard cutout.

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