Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Song for the Billionaire by Nikki Steele

Title:  Song for the Billionaire
Series:  Singing for the Billionaire #1-4
Author:  Nikki Steele
Publication Date:   May 14th 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Length:  190pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  review
My Rating: ★★★★★
Book Links: GoodreadsAmazon(US)Amazon(CA)

Back Cover Blurb:

Bringing together the complete works of the "Singing for the Billionaire" steamy billionaire romance series. 

Curvy Rachel suffers from low self-esteem, but that all starts to change when she meets a sexy stranger with an English accent. 

He treats her like a goddess, and she quickly finds herself falling for him. They even share a mutual love of music, one of Rachel's secret passions. 

But then Rachel discovers that she's pregnant-and it's to the ex-boyfriend. Now she has to face one of the most difficult decisions of her life. Does she do what's right for the baby, and stay with the father, or follow her heart, and run off with the stranger? 

And then there's the biggest question of all. How will both men react, now that she's pregnant?
Music is a large part of the romance and storyline in novel-as are the struggles of being in a failing relationship whilst wanting another. But please be warned, this romance contains explicit love scenes which are for adults only. 

Read the series if you enjoy sizzling BBW romance, classic music references, hunky billionaires, and a forbidden passion so strong it creates its own rules of right and wrong!

My Review:

Hot & fun, funny & sexy. Steele works it all into this intimate tale. The plot is both exciting and a little hard hitting. Steele had me not only fully invested in the characters and their lives, while also pondering what I’d do if I found myself in a similar situation. And let’s not forget the scenes that are so hot that they had my ereader smoking.

I love how Steele’s main character is full figured, and how that translates into something that every woman can identify with. Everyone has something about themselves that society as a whole may push against, but in reality, we are who we are and are loved for it. This translated into a deep connection with the main character and a great deal of enjoyment in the novel. But the fun didn’t stop there. Steele’s vivid characters and their interactions with one another were almost impossible to ignore. I loved how genuine they were.

As a whole, this was a fantastically hot, quick read that was the perfect way to spend an afternoon. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to others.

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