Monday, June 5, 2017

Review: The Billionaire Beast (Billionaire Fairytales #2) by Jackie Ashenden #HelenReviews

The Billionaire Beast by Jackie Ashenden

The Billionaire Beast (Billionaire Fairytales #2) by Jackie Ashenden
Purchase link: Amazon

Helen's rating: star star star star star

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The Billionaire Beast by Jackie Ashenden blurb

Book review by HelenOMG! Ms Ashenden has done it again! What a fabulous story! So powerfully emotional, beautifully written and a must read. To see this “Damaged Bastard Beast” Nero de Santis come to life at the hands of and with the help of the prim and proper British assistant; Phoebe Taylor was a real page turner.

Phoebe needs this job badly and the huge salary that comes with it. You see she has been caring for her fiancé who is in a coma for the last two years and her savings are running out but when she arrives for her interview she meets a beast and cruel beast who demands her time and her soul but the ever caring and hard-working Phoebe takes on the challenge and sees through him and is determined to find out why he is the way he is.

Nero has not left his house for 10 years and when you find out why have tissues at the ready. Everything the billionaire needs comes to him. He is demanding and forceful and always gets what he wants and he is in desperate need of a new assistant. He has been through so many in the past few months, surely there is someone who can do the job? And finally it looks like that person has arrived.

Phoebe and Nero are the perfect fit they are made for each other in my opinion. This story has everything. Nero is so demanding and Phoebe cannot deny the pull between them. He brings out the best in her sexually and she is such a caring person and what she does for Nero and what he does for her had me crying. Truly, this is a gorgeous story of strength, emotion, courage and a sizzling romance that will make your hair curl. Do yourself a favour and sit back comfortably with this one because you are not going to want to put it down. Thank you so much, Ms Ashenden, I loved it. Nero is to die for.

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Jackie Ashenden

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Helen Sibbritt

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28 comments:

  1. Oh I do love a beauty and the beast retelling. But what about the fiance?!

    Deanna! A heads up on the #GetSocial17 event-- I had a blip with the sign up linky (it didn't request email info from anyone so I couldn't send yall the kick off post ) so stopping by with the link which has the official linky list everyone can use to visit all the blogs :) Hope you meet some fun new friends during the event! Thanks so much for joining in!

    http://www.herdingcats-burningsoup.com/2017/06/get-social.html

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    1. I did get an email from you so I got the reminder. Thanks for that.

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  2. I love a B&B retelling. I will have to add this one to my list.

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    1. Add in the boss/employee trope and you've got me.

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  3. Great book cover. they say red reminds us of a target. Trin carl here for blog social event

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  4. Hmmm, I read a book by this author before, actually quite recently but I wasn't all that impressed with it. This one sounds better though so I might give it a try. I do love retellings. Stopping by from the Get Social Event ;)

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    1. I've never read this author. She's on my to read list but Helen who reviewed this loves her.

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  5. Thank's for sharing. What about the finance?
    Stopping by from the #getsocial17 event.

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  6. Oh I love these types of stories. Beauty and the beast has always been my favorite type of retelling. #getsocial17

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    1. It's definitely a fav for a lot of people. It's a good fairy tale.

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  7. This sounds like my kind of story. Great review. I wonder what happened to the fiance.
    #getsocial17
    Totally Addicted to Reading

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    1. Thanks for visiting. Yeah, I might read it because I'm curious about the fiance too.

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  8. Wow! With a 5 Star rating, totally can't go wrong. Hugs...

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  9. I'm curious about the fiance with the two MC's getting together. I hope its not something too sad! #getsocial17

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    1. I'm curious about the fiance too.

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  10. I do like fairytale inspired :D

    And I just wanted to say, be free to use the Best of idea :)

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    1. Thank you! I'm excited about incorporating that into my blog posts.

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  11. I love a good retelling!! Adding this one :D #GetSocial17

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  12. Hi sorry I have no internet this really us a fantastic story so emotional and I hope you will read it to find out about the fiance ��

    Have fun
    Helen

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    1. I hope you get your internet back soon, Helen. So frustrating.

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  13. Oh and Jackie Ashenden's stories are so good

    Have Fun

    Helen

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  14. I read a contemporary romance by Jackie Ashenden and wasn't thrilled with it, but I do love a B and B retelling.... hmmm.... #getsocial17

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    1. You're not the first person to say that about Jackie Ashenden. Thanks for stopping by.

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  15. This feels very conflicting because she's with a fiance who is in a coma....
    I do wonder why de Santis has not left his house for ten years.
    Thanks for visiting #getsocial17

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