Sunday, September 14, 2014

REVIEW - Stripping the Billionaire (Heirs of Damon #4) by Noelle Adams

Title: Stripping the Billionaire (Heirs of Damon #4)
Author: Noelle Adams
Release Date: 9 September 2014
Series or Standalone: Series
Genre: Contemporary Romance

For the last eight months, Mandy has lived across the hall from a caveman.

He won’t trim his beard, he mostly talks in grunts, and he’ll hardly emerge from his cave of an apartment. Ben might be a grumpy mess, but she kind of likes him anyway. She’s not attracted to him, of course. Not at all. Those stray feelings are merely a fluke. She’s looking for a man who has it all together, and Ben isn’t even close.

Benjamin Damon is heir to a billion-dollar corporate empire, but he has put his family and that whole lifestyle behind him. No one knows who he is now—not even his pretty princess of a neighbor who refuses to leave him alone.

When she ropes him into taking her with him to work on his mother’s historic Savannah home, he knows it’s a mistake. Mandy represents the world he’s tried so hard to escape, and he can’t let one woman strip him of the new man he’s tried to become. The more he’s with her, though, the more he wants her. Despite his best efforts, he’s falling for her hard—and dreading the day she finds out all of his lies.

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This was my first time reading this author's writing and I was pleasantly surprised. 

I liked the chemistry between Ben and Mandy, even with them trying to convince themselves that they're nothing more than friends. Of course, feelings are brought to the surface while they're in Savannah, but it's not all smooth sailing for them, especially with all of the issues Ben is still holding on to.

I do wish this book had been longer, mainly to learn about both Ben and Mandy. Of the two, I found that I liked Ben more that Mandy, she seemed to be a bit unrealistic when it came to a possible relationship with Ben. They'd only known each other for 8 months, so I thought it to be immature on her part when she learned the truth about Ben's identity; they weren't dating and they'd only had relations once when she made the discovery. I wish she could have realized that not everyone is an open book with themselves. But, at least she did realize her mistake in attempting to rush Ben into a relationship.

Overall, a quick and entertaining story, one that could be read in just a couple of hours.

ARC provided in exchange for honest review.

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