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Billionaire's Amnesia

  

Billionaire’s Amnesia
Billionaires #9
Claire Adams
June 27th 2017

 

Being rich opens up the pleasures of the world.

Women. Cars. Businesses. Money.

What more could you want? The world is your oyster and you can act like a jerk all you want. No one’s going to say a thing. Why would they? You’re in control. You’re the rising power.

Until you’re not.

When Elijah loses his memory from a motorcycle accident, he can’t remember anything, including his childhood or anything from his past.

Apparently, he was a real pain in the ass before he had his accident.

His older brother and beautiful personal assistant step in to help him form a new life. A better life, but he has so many questions.

Why doesn’t his mother speak with him at all anymore? Why is his brother so docile around him? Why are his employees timid and depressed when he walks in the room.

Was he really the monster they’re all making him out to be? And even more… will he wake up from his memory loss and become that guy again?

At the end of the day, what’s important when you’ve lost everything?

Nothing but the people who love you and support you. For Elijah… that’s no one.

But then he meets Kendall. Will she be able to love this man known for only caring for himself?

Billionaire Amnesia is a 90,000-word, FULL LENGTH, Standalone steamy bad boy alpha billionaire romance. No cliffhanger and has a HEA. Includes 4 free bonus full-length box sets and novels for a limited time.

 

 

 

I really liked the story idea of this book… and unfortunately well – that’s about it when it comes to the positive aspects of this book. With some mayor revisions, this might actually be an enjoyable story. But the way it presents itself just now it’s kind of painful to read, which is also the reason why I did not finish it.

 

Besides other smaller issues – the worst thing for me was that there really seemed to be nothing even remotely human or redeeming about the male lead before his accident and all this is thrown at the reader as the “FIRST impression” page after page right at the beginning. And as we all know how important those first impressions are – in this case the reader is really influenced to not only NOT like the male lead but like in my case honestly DESPISE him.

 

And while there might be an author out there working magic with his writing style and therefore be able to recover his lead from that cliff. It absolutely did not work in this case. The whole story stayed too superficial for that.

 

Had the story started in any other way …. Like in a NOW and THEN storyline with glimpses in the past to reveal why people felt the way they did about him it might work out with this writing style but as it is now – it is a lost case…. 

 

 

 

 

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