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- Print Length: 317 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1548775320
- Publisher: Royalty Publishing House (July 18, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07423W6TT
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The writing style is facile with a fine attention to detail of creating scene and back story and dialogue – all of which is evident in the Prologue: ‘His lips were soft velvet that rasped across my skin as he grazed his way down my cheek. “I’m so sorry,” he murmured softly. I could only nod, accepting that all good things must come to an end. He had never been mine to begin with. He had only been there. Always there, just never mine. And now, he was leaving. He was sorry, yet he was leaving. I stood back mutely. Why? Because that was what I was: a mute to all intents and purposes. I did not speak—not of things that mattered. I only made small talk. I only spoke of little nothings that all would forget. Dale had seen through that. He had seen past the glamour, to what was beneath, and then, he had rejected me. I turned away, refusing to let him see me cry. I had always known he would pick her over me—my bubbling cousin. My outgoing fun, loving, irresponsible, and flirty cousin. Did it matter that she was blonde and beautiful, while I was brunette and quite possibly not? That she could at times be kind? Wasn’t I already that and always? Would any of that lessen my rage—my jealousy? It wouldn’t. Nothing could.’
Sexy, steaming and full of fine encounters, the plot of the story is as follows – ‘Aria Longbottom, a bubbly career oriented women, no longer had a place for a man in her life. Thrown over five years ago, by her then boyfriend Dale Carmichael, on the night of New Year’s Eve, for her more attractive cousin, Linda Shubeck, Aria was not all that eager to get back on that horse again. Especially, not with her multi-millionaire and playboy childhood friend, Justin Kay. That New Year’s Eve night, lost in passion in his arms could very well have been on a rebound. It surely wasn’t anything more. Or was it? But that was something she would never know having run out on him the very morning after. Justin Kay, the fun loving super rich, who enjoyed hard work and then the hard booze and partying lifestyle. He should not have rightly remembered a New Year’s Eve night with Aria Longbottom tucked close in his arms. He should not have remembered her there at all, for she had been wearing a mask. Something that had surprisingly stayed on. But five years on and she was all he remembered still. In an effort to settle what Aria deemed was an old debt, she approached Justin with nothing more than a business deal. A method to assuage old guilt. A method to move on past what must surely be an unhealthy obsession over Justin. Five years was too long a time to not even contemplate another man. And Aria certainly hadn’t so much as glanced at another man in all that time. It was time to move on. Only Justin had his own ideas of how things should move on and with whom. With his usual signature grin and incorrigible personality, he sets out to dupe and seduce Aria back to where he wanted her most. In his bed, in his life and as his wife.’
Solid architecture and just naughty enough to invite an erotic evening’s pleasure, MM Irwing appears to have all the needed tools to keep writing love stories. Grady Harp, July 17
This is supposed to be about marrying a playboy billionaire but there was no real evidence that he was a playboy or a billionaire at all. Just another guy.
Uh-if you're choosing between this book and another, choose the other. ijs 🤷🏽♀️
Dale left her standing outside Justin’s party. With a mask firmly in place, and a dose of good old alcohol, Aria finds herself flirting with Justin, and then right into his bed. She had gave her virginity, but come morning she snuck out before he finds out it was Aria. And regret that he had sex with her.
Aria has a pushy mum, which can’t help but to announce over and over that Aria never really had a chance with Dale. Aria family giving her pity eyes, and never stops themselves from reminding her of her past.
Justin Kay remembers way more than Aria thinks. He couldn’t understand when he saw her later that morning why she denied it was her in his bed? But after five years, and an inheritance on the line. He might have the right excuse to get Aria to marry him. Now he has to convince her that he is more than a one night stand, or a playboy. He is determined to marry her.
Marrying a Playboy Millionaire was a nice little read for the beach if you are just looking for a distraction. It was a short read of 132 pages. I only found one miss spelled word in the entire book. This book was not one that I couldn’t put down. I just felt like they were reenacting the same thing over and over. Just using different words to say the same thing again.
There was no real struggle, no mystery. Just happy-go-lucky with a lot of sex. There was just no build up. No worrying something will go wrong. Even the name of the book was a bit deceiving to me. Yes, he is a millionaire. Yes, Justin is going to marry Aria. He just isn’t a playboy. Justin is just a sweet guy, and most definitely not alpha enough for me. Many times he could have stepped up and took situations into his own hands. He is a millionaire playboy after all. Shouldn’t he be protective Aria? Not get upset with her later for letting others walk all over her.