Monday 31 July 2023

Match For the Billionaire: A Boss Romance (A Seattle CEO Novel) by Eve Madison (2023)

He's making me an offer I can't resist.

So, get this. I'm slaving away at my waitressing gig, dealing with the world's pickiest customer, when he drops a bombshell. He wants me to be his assistant. Me! I couldn't believe it!

I mean, sure, I needed the cash and some time to focus on my art. But 
seriously, working for this guy? I must be out of my mind.

He's got all the looks, like he walked straight out of a romance novel. But boy, does he have an ego the size of Mount Everest. He's the type who thinks he's always right, even when he's dead wrong.

But, against my better judgment, I'm starting to think there might be something more to him.

Could he actually be the one?


I'm doing everything in my power to avoid a colossal business disaster.

I made the crazy decision to hire Mia Kamaka as my assistant, and now I can't help but feel a spark of excitement. She's drop-dead gorgeous, and I want to spoil her rotten.

But let's face it, things are complicated. We're on a dangerous path, and I'm not sure if it's the right one.
Maybe there's a better way, a better match.

But what if Mia is the one who can turn my life around?


Match for the Billionaire is a standalone novel in the Seattle CEO series. You don't need to read the other books in the series, but hey, they're all pretty awesome too.

Warning: This book contains sizzling love scenes, saucy language, and lots of grown-up stuff.

Billionaire romances don't seem to be going anywhere and if you want a quick, light read with minimal angst then this should fit the bill.
Mia is a struggling photographer working as a waitress who catches the eye of Derek, said  billionaire.
Both Mia and Derek have backstories that are not fully explored and it left me wondering if there was a previous book I hadn't read but, this is the first in the series. 
Neither shared much of their personal history with the other either which seemed a little strange to me. However, these are minor quibbles and easily glossed over.
There are a few cute and funny scenes involving Mia and Derek, especially in the beginning where she is working in the restaurant.
The story develops quickly, if predictably when Mia goes to work for Derek. Someone at the company is leaking information to the press and it isn't long before fingers point in Mia's direction. Derek is a likable enough character for most of the book but he should have had to work harder at the end to win Mia back. Mia on the other hand should have shown some loyalty and turned down that dodgy job offer instead of dithering.
Next booking the series is Ryder's story.

An easy read, perfect for a lazy day beside the pool. 

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