August 16, 2017 2 min to read
More Than Love
Category : Reviews
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Ruth Cardello returns with a hilarious addition to Barrington Billionaire series.
What happens when a normally reserved billionaire tries to be a regular guy and discovers he has a wild side? Grant Barrington is a quiet hero who is about to flex his alpha billionaire muscle.
Viviana Sutton is living in Boston after being swindled by her ex-boyfriend. She’s done with relationships and isn’t looking for forever. Giving in to one naughty, incredibly hot romp with a financially challenged stranger actually makes her feel better until she takes a pregnancy test.
To help his family, he’ll need to be the man she makes him feel like he can be.
For the sake of her baby, she’ll give him a chance to prove what they had was more than sex—and he’s more than just a regular guy.
Genre: Romance – Mystery, Suspense, Contemporary, Comedy
Stand Alone: Kind of. The story of Grant and Viviana is but the mystery is definitely a continuing storyline from earlier books in the series
Part of a Series: Book 5 of the The Barrington Billionaires
POV: Grant and Viviana
Steam Level: Quite Toasty at times
Because this was book 5 in the series and also the first I’ve read of this series, I was a little confused at the beginning of the book. There is an obviously overlapping storyline throughout all of the books in this series. Since I haven’t read any of the other books I did not know the backstory of it or the characters involved and their relationships. However after the first chapter I was caught up enough to get the bigger picture if not some of the more minute details. That was definitely a plus for this book.
I enjoyed Grant and Viviana’s story and their banter had me giggling throughout. The interactions between characters (especially Grant’s sisters in law and Viviana’s brothers) were written so well I could actually see them in my head as I was reading the conversations. And almost anyone with older siblings (or even just siblings) who are in a relationship with someone who has siblings can relate to not only the protectiveness but also the getting to know the significant other or their family.
This is the second book I’ve read by Ruth Cardello and I really like her work and writing style. Overall a great book with a good mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat. I look forward so going back and reading the rest of this series.
I received an advanced copy of this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- With pain came growth
- There is no winner when it comes to loss. Everyone suffers. Everyone makes mistakes and does their best to piece things back together.
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