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Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2018
Protecting the Billionaire is a fairly standard "bodyguard" romance. It's the author's ability to properly polish the characters and the relationships, combined with no logical plot holes that raised this book above average.

Allison Sherbrooke works for her brother's charitable foundation. Her family is rich beyond belief, and she's determined to help people. But she had been feeling uneasy as if someone had been stalking her. On the other hand, she did dance with a nice marine Captain Rocco "Rock" Raimono, and she liked him a lot. Rock knew Allison "Allie" is special, and his combat senses tell him that there really *is* a stalker on Allison. As the clues started to pile in, like a shot through the window, an anonymous gift delivered to her office, and unexplained open deadbolts in her home, it's clear the stalker is much much closer than anyone suspected...

Nice, no obvious plot holes or too-stupid-to-live moments in this "bodyguard" romance. It escalated well, and the final reveal was pretty good. Can't really say more without spoiling the story.
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