Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Blog Tour: The Bastard Billionaire by Jessica Lemmon (+ Top 5 Beastly Heroes)




Synopsis:

Beauty and the Beastly Billionaire...

Eli Crane is one tough bastard. After an explosion left him injured and honorably discharged from the Marines, all he wants is to be left alone. Yet his brothers insist he take a greater role in the family business. They've hired him ten personal assistants—and Eli sent each one packing as fast as possible. But when beautiful number eleven walks through the door, Eli will do anything to make her stay.

Isabella Sawyer's employment agency can't afford to lose Eli Crane's business. Her plan: to personally take on the role of his PA, and secure her reputation with the wealthy elite in Chicago. But this beauty and her hot billionaire bad boy soon find themselves mixing business with pleasure in the most delicious ways. And passionate, stubborn Isabella won't rest until she tames this wicked beast...

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About the Author:

A former job-hopper, Jessica Lemmon resides in Ohio with her husband and rescue dog. She holds a degree in graphic design currently gathering dust in an impressive frame. When she's not writing super-sexy heroes, she can be found cooking, drawing, drinking coffee (okay, wine), and eating potato chips. She firmly believes God gifts us with talents for a purpose, and with His help, you can create the life you want.

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TOP 5 FAVORITE “BEASTLY” HEROES 
(CAN BE FROM BOOKS, MOVIES, TV, ETC)

#5 ~ Seth, George Clooney's character from the movie From Dusk Til Dawn. He’s a bank robber who takes a family of three hostage before leading them, unbeknownst to him, to a den of vampires in Mexico. At the end, the body count is high, but Seth emerges as hero in a move that surprises him as much as the audience watching.

#4 ~ Jax Teller from the television series, Sons of Anarchy. The ultimate bad boy anti-hero, am I right? Yet something about his sinister actions is so tempting. Charlie Hunnam’s gorgeous face helps.

#3 ~ Tate Jackson from Kristen Ashley’s novel Sweet Dreams. I’ve never in my life read a romance hero who insulted the heroine quite the way Tate did Lauren. (She overheard him calling her fat! Gasp!) In a brilliant turn of events, Tate completely falls for Lauren during the course of the book, eating all of his early assumptions and falling helplessly in love with her. Watching him step seamlessly into the hero role was incredible.

#2 ~ Negan from the television series, The Walking Dead. I know, I know… he’s not a hero. He’s the worst of the worst, but the way Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays the baddest of them all makes a tiny, evil part of me root for him against my better judgment.

#1 ~ Beast, from Walt Disney’s animated cartoon, Beauty and the Beast. Not only is our hero literally a beast, but he also has a heart of solid gold. Like another hero I know, Eli Crane, Beast simply needs a strong heroine who will both stand up to him—and stand up for him.

Giveaway:

MY REVIEW

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

5 out of 5 stars

While I'm reviewing this book now, I actually read it almost two months ago. And while it has been almost two months since I've read this book, I can still remember everything that happened in this book like if I read it yesterday. That's how much I loved this book! The Bastard Billionaire was the book I was most excited for in this series and it did not disappoint me in any way. Eli and Isabella/Sable's love story was everything I was expecting it to be and so much more! Anyone who knows me knows that nothing get me more excited than a scarred and tormented "beastly" hero and that is exactly what Eli Crane was and I fell for his character hard. As for Isabella. She was a headstrong and independent woman and I love that she was the women that got paired with Eli because I found her to be the right amount of both sweet and tough to deal with Eli's BS. The romance in this book was absolutely wonderful. It was sweet and intense and made me feel all the things as I was reading which was a bit overwhelming but in the best way. Overall, I LOVED this book! Not only is it the best in this series but it is my favorite Jessica Lemmon book to date. I highly recommend it!

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