Friday, 21 April 2017
REVIEW - The Billionaire's Virgin (Billionaire Fairytales #1) by Jackie Ashenden
Release Date: 10 January 2017
Dark, tortured, and intimidating, these dominant billionaires will steal their innocent heroines' breath away. Overwhelmed by their desire to control their world, they push their heroines to explore their deepest desires. But even the most unworldly of heroines can unlock these billionaires' secrets.
Xavier De Santis: Disgraced. Ruinous. Playboy.
The headlines are always shouting about Xavier’s various excesses, and he’s everything they say he is. But now he’s gone too far, and the black sheep of the De Santis family has been ordered to clean up his image. Volunteering at a homeless shelter, he sees a bright light amidst all the bleakness. An angel whose luminous face and tragic beauty call to him in ways he can’t explain.
Mia: Vulnerable. Homeless. Virgin.
When the shelter Mia calls home closes, she is left with nowhere to go - nowhere except for the luxurious, glorious palace of a home that Xavier De Santis has invited her to stay. This too-handsome billionaire is dark, dangerous - and also too good to be true. But surely Mia can indulge in her fantasies and escape the drudges of her daily life for just one night?
As one night turns into two, Mia knows that eventually, the magic will end and she will have to return to her life of hardship. She can't keep the beautiful clothes. She can't keep the soft bed. And most of all, she can't keep the hard, handsome, brutal man who makes her crave his touch with every breath she takes. Mia doesn't belong in his world. But as Xavier tempts his rags-to-riches heroine with exquisite pleasure and heady desire, Mia doesn't stand a chance but to surrender completely to him.
My Opinion 4 STARS
**My thanks to NetGalley and St Martin's Press, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
This was very well written and i could completely feel Mia's emotions and totally felt like she was a true homeless person living behind a dumpster.
Xavier was a character that you can totally not like, but be ok with that as he does eventually come good in the end. It takes Mia to change him from rich spoiled brat into a man who can think better of others in need.
Looking forward to reading all the other books in the series.