Thursday, June 8, 2017

BLOG TOUR: The Mistaken Billionaire by Lexxie Couper


Thomas St Clair is used to getting exactly what he wants, when he wants it. So when a mysterious woman shows up at his door with his runaway dog and her presence drives away his writer’s block, he’s willing to put up with her secrets if it means she’ll stay around.

Mila Elderkin once had a promising career in journalism, until her dreams were shattered by a rising star in the literary world. When fate lands her at that same man’s door years later, and he doesn’t recognize her, it seems she’s been offered a chance for a little fun. Mila’s not out for revenge, especially not once she starts to see the man beneath the persona. But the past has funny way of creeping into the present, and secrets don’t lie quiet forever.

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About the Author:

Lexxie Couper started writing when she was six and hasn’t stopped since. She’s not a deviant, but she does have a deviant’s imagination and a desire to entertain readers with her words. Add the two together and you get erotic romances that can make you laugh, cry, shake with fear or tremble with desire. Sometimes all at once.

When she’s not submerged in the worlds she creates, Lexxie’s life revolves around her family, a husband who thinks she’s insane, a indoor cat who likes to stalk shadows, and her daughters, who both utterly captured her heart and changed her life forever.

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

5 out of 5 stars

I really enjoyed The Mistaken Billionaire, the second book in Lexxie Couper's Muse series. I always have mixed feeling when I read a romance where one of the main characters is lying about their identity to the other, but the author executed the plot perfectly and the fact that Mila didn't tell Thomas who she was for the majority of the book wasn't annoying or overdone because from the very beginning when it came to their relationship who Mila really was never mattered to Thomas. All he cared about was Mila and who she was as a person and how she made him better and the fact that he ultimately didn't mind not knowing her last name really sold their love for me. And that in turn really sold this book for me as a whole. Overall, this book was an almost perfect romance and I loved it so much! I really recommend it!

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