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Going for Broke: A Romantic Comedy (Oakland Hills Book 5) Kindle Edition
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I equally liked MIT genius graduate, Sebastian (Ian) Cooper. He's a self-made multi-millionaire and helper of friends. Ian is sexy and handsome and humble. He's the epitome of tall, dark and handsome. He's the powerful, strong silent type with intense blue eyes. Basically, he's a hawt hunk.
This was such a cute, fast paced story of two people with strong attractions to each other...dancing around one another while they restore and renovate an old home. Strong character descriptions. Some PG-13 sexual intimate moments, but quickly conveyed and not told in explicit detail. Very little adult language. This story leaves you with a HEA and a smile.
We get to meet a kind of happy go lucky, curvy woman named Billie and her way to the perfect guy. i was afraif afraidit would be another guy-friend turned lover book but there is just enough added to it to make you want to keep reading it.
If I were to add something i felt was nit as good, it would be the reason som a break-up... Could have been more creative without messing the whole story up. BUT that to me really is just a small detail.
PS: for those Who have read the other Oakland hills books, Trixie has a small part in this book too. As do Hugo and the ugdorable Zeus
Ian is a good hero. He never really wavers once he decides he wants Billie. He may not think long term and consider the consequences of his actions, but he does stop and consider things when this is pointed out to him.
I also like Billie. She is a little bit too non-confrontational and doesn't stand up for herself enough, but she's not exactly a doormat. And this character flaw becomes less as the book goes on.
I'll be looking for this in audio!