Book Review: Marry Your Billionaire by C. J. Anaya

Marry Your BillionaireMarry Your Billionaire by C.J. Anaya

  • Print Length: 357 pages
  • Publisher: C.J. Anaya Publishing LLC; 1 edition (March 7, 2016)
  • Publication Date: March 7, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01BK75QR8
  • My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

    My Review:

    In, Marry your Billionaire, billionaire, Brody Prescott, has never planned on marrying before due to his misadventure with a gold digger, has been offered an opportunity to star in a reality show called Marry Your Millionaire. He is struggling about whether he should agree or not when he is overheard by Midge Knightly. Midge has been burned by the reality TV bug ever since her father began directing them and putting the shows ahead of her.

    When she butts into Brody’s conversation at the Coffee Shop, he is intrigued by her open and honest opinions. He plans on telling the Network to forget it. Until an unexpected event occurs in the room next to the conference room.

    Now he has agreed and he has decisions to make about his future. This is a delight. The characters are sensitive and charming. When Midge Knightly is being stalked or threatened she tries to keep anyone from finding out in order to keep problems from occurring with the star of the show.

    Being reunited with her father, Midge, has to make some difficult decisions of her own. She has walked away from everything she knew growing up, can she walk away again.

    There are people that are not as they appear and through it all, Brody is seeking to find the woman of his heart’s desire. The one woman he wants to be serious about.
    There are some really hefty questions on every turn in this book. It is a romance and yet, it has mystery, hard hitting questions, and hidden dangers around every turn.

    This is a book that is more meat and depth than expected. Each new chapter takes you to a different location and shows you the generosity, kindness, honesty, as well as greed, and hostility, people have hidden behind wealth and privilege.

    Wonderfully written with characters that you truly can care about. I found myself a little nervous with some of the situations because I wanted the happily ever after. Since I don’t do spoilers, I leave it to you to read and find out if all the larceny pays off for the cats, I mean contestants.

    My Recommendation:

    The side characters would be wonderful in their own follow-up book. I personally would love to read more about Rhodes, Lisa, and Stacey.

    If you enjoy a meaty full-bodied​ romance, then this book will fit that bill nicely. I personally want to meet more characters that C.J. Anaya has in mind. This was a terrific book to be introduced to her works.

    Where to Find Marry Your Billionaire:

    | Barnes and Noble | Amazon |

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