I honestly enjoyed the story. It was very interesting that I wasn't able to put the book down until I reached the end. I've read a lot of Billionaire Romance but this one somehow have a different vibe into it. And I mean that positively. The characters, and the events leading to the conflict was smoothly and beautifully woven I hardly see any fault. Every scene was also appropriately collaborated that lead to an interesting progressive plot.
I guess the only thing I was looking for was an emotional connection. And I know it's probably just me that felt this way. Stories like this usually get the reader emotionally connected to the characters as though they are part of the scene. Though it all depends on how the author wrote the story and not the story itself. The Billionaire's Secret, each event occurred timely, and the characters reactions, and how they felt with regards to these events are very appropriate. In fact, they react and felt into the situation perfectly. However as a reader, it's like I was reading about it and I know it's the right thing to happen. I see the characters feeling it, but I did not feel the characters feeling it.
But as I said it's a very personal opinion and probably due to the fact that I am not yet in tune with the prose of the writer. As I heard, this is her first book. And for a debut novel, I find this writer very promising. I am hoping to unearth Brad's character more as the series goes and get more in tune with the character as the series progresses. So yes, I am definitely looking out for the next ones.
It's the characters' personalities that usually get a reader like me hook to a novel, and there are several more people in this new series that sounds interesting enough to look forward to.
(review of free book)