What happens if you have a special ed. teacher and a man who is a multimillionaire? A recipe for disaster. Especially if the special ed. teacher and had already thrown the multimillionaire’s sorry carcass to the curb once. It seems he had embarrassed her in front of a lot of people when he turned down her proposal of marriage.
Now the multimillionaire needs her..desperately. He needs her to sing and dance at his brother’s wedding. He will stop at nothing to get her there. And the promise of her engagement ring, a family heirloom, is just the ticket he uses.
Because she is convinced she’s marrying someone else. As far as she knows her mother holds the ring, so a free trip in his private jet is the way to get the ring.
Only she realizes she can’t marry the other guy because really she’s still in love with the multimillionaire.
That is the story line of Kristin Billerbeck’s new book, A Billion Reasons Why. The story line is okay, it would be better if it wasn’t so predictable. The book was so predictable it tended to have a very fake ring to it. The characters were fake, really what man talks like that? And the main characters were almost 30 yet acted like, and were treated like, teenagers.
If you want a nice, fluffy read, this is your book.
(I received this book from The B&B Media Group for the purpose of review.)