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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Review: Blaque Beauty and the Billionaire

Blaque Beauty and the Billionaire Blaque Beauty and the Billionaire by Erin Lee Daniels
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To start: this is no ordinary adult novella. It’s set mainly in a ski lodge, leading with the gorgeous, youthfully attractive Black assistant to the company in charge of the lodge’s interior design. Little does she know, as she sits planning her job out in the lobby, what is to befall her. The man of her dreams enters the picture, without telling her who and what he is.

He sweeps her off her feet, and in one breathtaking sequence, takes her sexually in a long, torridly passionate loving manner. But he can’t seem to tell her the truth about what he is – the owner of the ski lodge she’s been hired to redesign! When she finds out the truth, she nearly loses her life in a winter storm, only to be rescued in time to discover to whom she owes her life. As she’s angry beyond measure, it takes a lot of effort on the billionaire owner’s part to convince her that his love for her is real, and not simply a weekend’s lustful, one-time splurge.

To finish: if you’re over 18, read this scintillating romance featuring the well-to-do and their loving schemes, dreams and antics. It’s a quickie, easy to finish in a single read. But there’s a series of Blaque Beauty books by the same author to enjoy.

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