Saturday, October 15, 2016

ARC Review: Right Billionaire, Wrong Wedding by Victoria Davies

Title: Right Billionaire, Wrong Wedding

Author: Victoria Davies

Synopsis:

This is one wedding they won’t forget.

Darian King has never met a challenge he couldn’t handle. Running a billion-dollar corporation? Piece of cake. Hostile takeovers? A walk in the park. But when his little sister begs him to plan her wedding, Darian finds himself less than prepared for the task. Luckily, he knows just who to ask for help.

Allison Reed wants nothing more than to leave King Enterprises behind. Being the personal assistant to a man like Darian is a 24/7 job. Asking her to help plan a wedding is simply the icing on the stress-filled cake but to leave she needs a glowing reference and will do anything to get it. Even plan a wedding with the man of her dreams.

Stepping outside the office has unexpected consequences. Darian doesn’t believe in relationships, yet he’s starting to see Allison in a whole new light. But he doesn’t know her secret, and she fears that by the time the vows are exchanged, she won’t just be leaving her job behind but her heart as well.

***MY REVIEW***

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

4 out of 5 stars

I had never heard of Victoria Davies before, but the blurb sounded like something I would love so I gave it a chance and I got to say I really enjoyed this book. The story is a very straightforward falling in love with the boss romance, which is a trope that I love, so naturally this book worked for me. That along with a likable heroine, a hot alpha male hero, and wedding planning drama made this book a win for me. Granted Darian, was really infuriating at times, but I never once doubted that he loved Allison and that is what was most important to me, so I was able to get passed him being hardheaded. To be fair, Allison was also a little hardheaded at times, but despite both of their faults these two fit together perfectly and I thoroughly enjoyed watching them fall in love. Overall, I really liked this book and I can't wait to read more by this new-to-me author!

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