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- Print Length: 118 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 3, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HJZF38S
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- Lending: Enabled
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Serving the Billionaire (The Silver Cross Club Book 1) Kindle Edition
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There was also a point were Carter seemed like a complete a$$h0le, which made me not like him at all, as well as Regan's focus on the money Carter was giving her. She reminds me of a Gold Digger who does whatever it takes to get a rich guy to spend/give her money, which made me not like her either.
When the ending came, I was irritated. It was predictable and felt too much like a Cliché. I just wanted to be done with the book. The start was great but by 2/3rds of the way through it became irritating. The book started to feel forced into the ending, which really felt like the beginning of Carter and Regan's story.
I think this book has great potential but needs a different ending and the characters need fixing, so they don't become ones the readers can't stand.
Second book I've read of Bec Linder and I just bought books 2 I'll leave a review to let you know how it is.
This book doesn't read like a blah blah blah and blah blah blah. Then you put a blah blah. It's not a recipe. It’s not built or constructed. It's a conversation. Not necessarily with us, the reader, but with the main character internally. Regan is an intelligent self reliant woman in her mid twenties. She has recently lost her job (for reasons beyond her control) and sadly she knows her rent is due. STORY OF OUR LIVES!!! Who has not been there??? AND she is in NY!!! So what does a girl with less than 100 bucks in her bank account do?? EAT OF COURSE.
As her food is cooking at the local bodega she sees a help wanted sign. Cocktail Waitress Wanted. That’s all its says and honestly it's all I am going to tell you from here. Yes yes... We know she has to have gotten the job, but our dear little sweet shy Regan knows nothing about COCKtails or Waitressing - OR being a girly girl for that matter! AND yes she meets a Billionaire. The book IS called Serving a Billionaire.
But I will tell you this... Hold on because this fast paced, well written, well developed storyline just goes and you don't want to put it down. I had my kindle propped up as I was folding clothes. The story was in Regan's POV (I said that before kinda in case you were not paying attention) so you can just see and feel what it was like for her to awkwardly maneuver through this new experience.
Now... You’re asking me what's the difference between other fairy tale stories like this. Well, the girl struggles and she falls in love with a complete jerk or sorta jerk. I don't know, but it did it for me. It tugged at my baseball cap (oh and not cuz Regan was of Philippine origin because that was touched upon once). Check the book out. It took me a day to read, well, back and forth between chores, but I really loved it. I am interested to see what else Bec Linder is going to do for the Silver Cross Series. I tip my Nerd Girl hat to ya!
Regan is a 24 year old virgin (eye roll) who is desperate to find a job. She gets a cocktail waitress job at an exclusive strip club, and meets 31 year old billionaire (eye roll) Carter, who of course is extremely hot. Of course he's some kind of Dom, of course he takes her virginity, of course she helpless to say no to him.
Everything happens way too fast, there's no room for character development. They have sex once and she can barely function without him (eye roll). He can't stop thinking about her even though he probably has women falling all over him 24/7. Never mind the fact that they've barely had a single conversation. Maybe if there were more of a build up to their relationship I could get invested in it, but there just isn't. And there is one scene where Carter asks Regan to do something that makes him a complete pig in my eyes and he hadn't redeemed himself by the end.
Speaking of the end, there isn't really one. It just ends. I'm guessing there is another novella, but there was no mention of it.