She’s from the “wrong side” of the Bronson family and wants to use the fame game to make a name for herself.
He’s her brother’s best friend and business partner who guards his privacy at all costs.
They work together. They hate each other. But they can’t stop being attracted to one another.
Thank goodness she met someone else more suitable. Well, that is until her wedding day…
Will this just be a rebound or can it be more?
This billionaire romance is set in the modern world with many references to social media and current issues and even centering around a dating app. I like how mainstream the Author was in her story, but it took a while to get going, and when it did, it ended too fast. I understand it was a slow-burn romance, but it would have been nice to have more romance and less time in angst with the main characters. I love how independent, sassy and intelligent Meredith was. Nick was very angsty and moody but had the billionaire vibe down. The story is interesting, but I could have done with more billionaire adventures and less day-to-day information. I am reading this at the request of the Author and leaving an honest review voluntarily. This book is part of a series but can be read as a stand-alone.
Nick is a go-getter but has been trying to do things himself and separate himself from his famous parents.
Meredith is a bit of a basket case mentally. She is funny and weird but also is a model hoping to accomplish her goals. I find her approachable yet quirky.
It took me a bit and a few chapters, but I finally discovered the connection between Meredith and Nick. I was wondering how these two were the main characters. This book has a lot of inner office drama, but it has yet to progress, and I’m halfway through; I’m not sure where it is going, but I hope it will get there soon.
Well, they seem to circle each other relentlessly and have a lot of misunderstandings. I admire Meredith, but she may be a tad emotional. Finally, the angsty passion ignites something steamy.
What is the twist with Meredith’s brother near the end when the book is about her and Nick? I don’t understand why it would be incorporated. However, the end of this story shows that Nick has come a long way.
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