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Priceless - Billionaire Romance Novel by [Hawthorne, Aria]
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  • File Size: 1209 KB
  • Print Length: 250 pages
  • Publisher: French Kiss Press LLC (August 5, 2014)
  • Publication Date: August 5, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IBF3PJ4
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I only made it through 4 chapters in this book and couldn't go any further. The book started out well enough, and I wanted to like the characters, but I didn't connect with them. Maribel came off so boring. She spends all her time alone reading even when her friends invite her out, and after closing on Valentine's weekend when the rest of the staff is dancing together, she just cowers by the register. I'm sorry, but there was nothing remotely interesting about her. When Miles offers her wine, she turns up her nose and forces herself to taste it, and when he introduces her to a new dish, she refuses to even try it like the bore that she is. Meanwhile she has absolutely no problem wearing the expensive jewelry he bought her. There was just no reason why this gorgeous billionaire was interested in her.

Miles on the other hand, I don't know why, but I kept picturing him as an old guy (Michael Douglas or James Caan old) even though he shouldn't have been over 38. So this image wouldn't allow me to feel any chemistry between Maribel and Miles. Then he got several business calls throughout their time together, and he just kept answering the phone, which is just plain rude.

Anyway, I just thought the characters were annoying. I also didn't like how the story started switching POVs around chapter 2 or 3 even though it started out with each POV clearly separated, that just threw me off, and I just couldn't take it anymore.
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This book has a lot of sex and very little storyline. They storyline I liked but had a hard time liking the characters. The H was so use to getting his way (as billionaires probably do) and he seemed to just give orders and expect Maribel to follow them. I didn't understand the h at all. She works a lot of hours per week, has been at her job for 10 years, takes the train to work, and still has no money? Are they paying her minimum wage? If she is still paying off medical bills then I must have missed that part of the book.
Also, the author has a interesting term when describing a woman's vagina....and it is a TOTAL turnoff! It was used several times. Almost to the point of me not wanting to finish the book.
I loved her friends in the apartment building! Every one needs friends who are genuine and a little off center to keep your life interesting!The Melrose Place party was hysterical!
I did have a few questions: If he knew so much about what was happening in her life, why didn't he know she had been suspended? Why didn't he ask her boss about why she abruptly took leave?
I didn't like the fact that we never found out what happened with the missing bracelet or if anything was done about the ex-girlfriend.
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I loved the story of Miles' whirlwind courtship of the demure Maribel. Although the story is relatively short, the characters and plot line are fully developed. I enjoyed reading the story from both characters' perspectives, and felt like I could fully understand the emotions that drove each character's actions.

I did notice several issues with missing words and the use of improper homonyms, so a re-edit would be beneficial, but the errors were not enough to jarr me out of the world the author created. I'll definitely be recommending this to friends.
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I like a romance novel with a touch of reality, things happen way too fast in this book. I could not connect with the characters. Which woman allow a billionaire to toy with them then end up broke after losing her job?
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There is no doubt that this is a marvelous romantic novel. That it takes place largely in the context of a city I view as extremely present in my younger years makes it even better. I was visiting Chicago the summer before Marshall Field ceased to exist and it became Macy's. Wrapped up in my upset that a Chicago icon was soon to be no more was my own anger that a place that had dominated the business life of this unique city was soon to be gone and with it any further chance to revisit my own personal memories created there. The heroine in this story certainly embodied the business attitude of Mr. Fields when he told all his employees to "give the lady what she wants." This mindset is very much evident in the way she worked hard to be an excellent sales associate that could be relied upon to get the job done. The hero was a business mogul who finally came to realize that money and power, while in and of themselves are seductive lovers, can never keep your heart whole or provide the deep satisfaction one experiences through a soul connection with another person. It is a story that embraces disparity socially while affirming the equality of value in all people. It is a romance involving people who seek relevance and an authentic sense of worth and lifts up the value of looking beyond the trappings of wealth or the lack thereof and finding the kind of love that nourishes the spirit while enriching all the other aspects of human relationship. Great writing, compelling characters, warmth and endearing scenes to keep the romance alive in all of us who love this literary genre. Enjoy to the max, and then read the next one. It's great, too.
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Shallow characters, predictable storyline, superfluous adjectives! Just some of the reasons why this was a book that I could not finish. Maribel was too good to be true and Brax totally unbelievable. Do not waste your time or money on this book.
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