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- Publication Date: April 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06ZY6XDM9
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,133 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Billionaire's Best Woman - A Standalone Novel (A Billionaire Wedding Romance Love Story) (Billionaires - Book #5) Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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When Parker decides to propose to his girlfriend, Sienna can clearly see what Parker cannot – that Rachel is a selfish golddigger that has no interest in him at all. But, due to their friendship, she still agrees to be his best woman and help him plan the wedding. Rachel has no interest in planning the wedding – in her attempt to make it perfectly clear that Rachel isn’t interested in Parker, Adams really makes the situation implausible. A materialistic socialite marrying into wealth, presumably, would have a great deal of fun spending Parker’s money planning her huge day, and it’s never clear why Rachel doesn’t care about any of the details. As Sienna helps Parker plan the wedding, she has to face the fact that her feelings for Parker aren’t platonic and as she learns more about Rachel and Parker’s relationship, she has to struggle with whether or not she will say something to Parker.
From the beginning of the book, it’s difficult to get involved in the book because Parker is just so dumb about relationships . . . at least his relationship with Rachel. There is no valid explanation as to why he wouldn’t be able to figure out why their completely sexless and transactional relationship was about her wanting his money. They never appear to enjoy each other company, other than the fact that he enjoys looking at here, there is nothing driving this relationship. Rachel is just a poorly constructed obstacle to Parker and Sienna’s relationship, but she’s such a cardboard cutout that it left me unable to take Parker seriously.
>I am an independent reviewer. This is a standalone contemporary romance with an HEA. Sienna and Parker have been BFFs forever. They share a lot of history and friendship. Both have had a secret crush on the other, but Parker fights it by dating. Sienna fights the attraction by working herself to death at her diner. I loved both Parker and Sienna. They are both very caring and compassionate individuals. That being said, I felt it was completely out of character for Parker to be so blind to his gold digging fiancée. When she refused to contact him a week before the wedding and left to go on a vacation, I would think a huge red flag would wake Parker up. When Sienna tells Parker about his fiancee’s infidelity, Parker refuses to believe Sienna.
>I love seeing the relationship with Parker and Sienna, but Parker just seemed very clueless for a successful business man. I did feel like he was being mentally abused and the HEA was so very sweet. The side characters made the story shine. This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving this book 4 stars. I needed a little bit more realism between Parker and the gold digger.