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- Publication Date: March 25, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00V8SIOH4
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Stolen: The Billionaire Deception (Contemporary Billionaire Romance Novel) (Stolen Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Adele Morgan was still in elementary school when she found out the terrible news that her parents were both killed in a car crash, and no family can be located. When her nanny took her in, she also found that she will lose all the mansion and money and other privileges she used to enjoy. Only when she got older that she realized what had happened... James Hunter had stolen the business from her. The business, now known as Hunter Corp, had thrived, and Adele, having graduated school, is determined to get back what is hers... She went undercover in Hunter Corp as Erin Summers, hoping to find evidence of wrongdoing. She did not count on meeting the interim CEO, Seth, son of James... and he's so handsome and kind and charming, so unlike his father. She can't fall for the enemy... but is Seth her enemy?
Frankly, a company that rich but doesn't check the new hire for a diploma? That made no sense at all. And Seth has no faults other than lack of backbone. This is a mediocre attempt to create conflict. At least it ended on a good note.
The first one was pretty good. Great H and h. Even though the hero ticked me off when he fell to defend Adele/Erin against his father. I forgave him but it took awhile. Other than that it was pretty good. I love Grant, the roommate.
The second book was HORRIBLE!!!! It was a hot mess!!! I hated it. Especially the heroine. They were hardly together and when they were they were fighting over misunderstandings that should have been talked about. Instead the h ignores the H. Won't take his calls. He ask the h if she will go to out of town with him at a later date. She thinks in her head, "No, I can't be away from my business", yet she stays mad at the h and repeatedly calls in sick or goes home early.
She doesn't trust the H so she goes talk to his father. Who was awful to her in book 1. I mean awful. Really?!?! Why would you believe anything this deceitful man said.
Book 2 was just so stupid!!! I still love Grant.
Book 3 was better. The author did a better job of not making me hate the book's H and h.
Only thing that I thought was ridiculous was that in book 1 and 2 the father was horrible. All the sudden in book 3 he's a changed man. So giving. In book 1 it talks about him being a terrible husband and father. Adultery, mean, work all the time. In book 3 he loved his wife more than life. He never kept secrets from her. Bla, bla, bla. Still loving Grant.
So I rate the three books that should have been one book like this.
Book 1-4 Stars
Book 2-1 Star
Book 3-3 Stars $2.99 for book 2 & 3 was way to much. This should have been one book.
Then, as Erin Summers, she got a job as CBDO at the Hunter Corp. She vowed to destroy James Hunter and regain her birthright. But she fell in love with Seth Hunter, James's son. How would she work out the conflict? Could she destroy James without destroying Seth in the process?
Fortunately she had a wonderful roommate, Grant, with whom she could share her predicament and get advice.
I loved the character development. Holly Rayner knows how to bring her characters to life. Then she involves them in intricate plot twists to keep the reader intrigued.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I think you will, too.