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Marry Your Billionaire: A Modern Cinderella by [C. J. Anaya]
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"While the hilarious premise behind Marry Your Billionaire is enough to make it worthy of a read, it's the characters of Midge and Brody and how they play off each other that keep readers hooked. Their mutual attraction and constant sparring keep Marry Your Billionaire full-out engaging from first page until last." -Reader's Favorite
"Marry Your Billionaire boasts a wonderful cast of well developed and relatable characters while creatively navigating the dilemma of finding "the one" on a reality T.V. dating show. The story unfolds as the fiery and stubbornly independent Midge and the confidently handsome and tenacious Brody, work to overcome dangerous sabotage, a deviously played out vendetta and the ever lingering question of motives in this wholesome, uplifting and incredibly sweet-against-the-odds romance that will have you swooning until the very end." -Naomi Mautz : Chief Editor for Skin Deep Exposures Magazine
"The book takes off like a shot and doesn't slow down until the end. Marry Your Billionaire is a cute, funny, and at times poignant cross between Cinderella and the Bachelor. It reminded me of one of those Hallmark Rom-Coms, and I could sit and watch those all day long!" -Amazon Customer 
"...there was no way I could give it a rating lower than 5. This book was just lovely. It was romantic, funny and had suspense thrown into the mix. This entire book was a joy to read. What I also loved was there was no predictable sex scene that we see so often, it was purely about falling in love..." 
-Badass Bloggettes
"This was a surprisingly deep and fun romance. The premise had led me to think of it as lighthearted, and while it is an entertaining story you'd expect from a Bachelor-esque style plot, there is some serious action in it." - Clean Romance Reviews
"I was just in the mood for a light, clean book with depth and a bit of a mystery included. I am so happy I took a chance on reading this book. It was delightful--absolutely delightful!! The best I can describe it is a modern day fairy tale based around Reality TV..." -Amazon Customer
"This was such a fun romance between a (non-playboy) billionaire and a smart (not clichéd) trust fund baby! A Cinderella fairy tale retelling with a smart heroine." -Romantic Cynic Blog: 5 Stars
"C.J. Anaya's winning character combination for a good read pairs sexy, sensitive Brody Prescott with strong, willful Madelyn Knightly in the glitz and glam setting of staged reality show drama."
-Teresa LaBella, author of contemporary romance
"Based on the fast pace, fairy elements, and unique point of view plot-wise, I would give Marry Your Billionaire by CJ Anaya a rating of 3 out of 4 stars. I found the plot to be entertaining and at a few moments unexpected. It was overall, a good book that I would recommend to anyone who likes fairy tale retellings, watching reality dating shows, or just likes a good contemporary romance."
"There are so many things I loved about it from the eye catching front cover to the content. It was like 'The Bachelor' meets 'Miss Congeniality' without the pagent!" -Mrs. Tosh, Goodreads Reviewer
"Marry Your Billionaire  is full of twists, threats, murder attempts, even pranks, not to mention kisses good enough to ignite any flame." -Hines and Bigham's Literary Tryst
"C. J. Anaya crafted characters that were outrageous, but wonderfully so; they are captivating and, for the most part, likeable. There is also a ton of fantastic humor, with enough creativity and wit to often warrant out-loud chuckles. As far as romance novels go, Marry Your Billionaire is quite unique; it is funny, interesting, and gripping from the first chapter on- and manages to do all of this without a single sexually explicit scene. Marry Your Billionaire is a truly engaging novel that most readers would be guaranteed to enjoy." -Originally critiqued by a member of the Authors Talk About It team.

From the Author

The idea for this book can be blamed on our foreign exchange student from Switzerland, Alyssia Keller, who came to live with us during the school year of 2014-2015. She'd been a fan of The Bachelor for quite some time, while I had done an admirable job of avoiding that show like I would a sugar-free diet. I couldn't think of anything more ridiculous than watching desperate women fighting over a knuckle head who probably joined the show just so he could get laid. 
What were these women thinking? Why in the world put yourself through all of that drama? No guy could be worth such heartache.
I knew you'd understand.
These were all of the arguments--valid arguments--I posed to Alyssia when she insisted I sit down and start the new season of The Bachelor with her. The bachelor in question? Chris Soules.
Because I'm a good sport...and also because she promised me an endless supply of Swiss chocolate, I agreed and sat down to watch the show.
Holy crap! I was hooked within the first ten minutes.
Dang it.
It was like watching a train wreck and waiting for the inevitable carnage to follow. You know you should probably shield your eyes, but you simply can't tear yourself away.
So entertaining.
As I watched Chris begin his first round of make-out sessions, I thought about how no one in the world could have paid me nearly enough money to put myself in that situation. Then I wondered what might happen if someone didn't want to be on the show, but was forced into it. What would motivate a woman to agree to something like that? What if the bachelor in question decided she was the one for him and refused to let her leave?
How delicious!
So I got to work on it right away. Of course, I had to continue watching the show. Purely for the sake of research, mind you, lest you think I couldn't pull myself away from the TV to go make dinner...or do laundry...or wash the dishes. And then it was absolutely imperative that I continue my research by watching The Bachelorette.
I knew you'd understand.
For the record, I still think the idea of a dating reality TV series is ridonculous, but that's what makes it so entertaining. Plus, I got super attached to all of the contestants and their various relationships with the bachelor in question...which is exactly what those devious TV producers want you to do.
Needless to say, my foreign exchange student and I spent many evenings planted in front of the TV, devouring an unhealthy amount of popcorn and Swiss chocolate, arguing the finer points of life married to Whitney versus life married to Becca or even Kaitlyn. And who can dispute Kaitlyn's extreme likability? And how awesome was it to witness every single emotional melt down, including the fake panic attack from Kelsey and her tactless claim that the death of her husband was the best backstory on the entire show?
I do so love research.

Product details

  • File Size: 3356 KB
  • Print Length: 357 pages
  • Publisher: C.J. Anaya Publishing LLC; 1 edition (March 7, 2016)
  • Publication Date: March 7, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01BK75QR8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #264,477 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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