- Entangled Publishing
- Release Date
- July 2019
- Book 1 of The Abbott Sisters
Julian Worth isn't a man with time to spare. Ruling his billion dollar empire with an iron fist, work is the true love of his life. Which is why when it comes to marriage, a strategic alliance matters more than love. Julian is more than ready to sign on for a little superficial dating and a marriage of convenience if it allows him to take his company to the next level. What he wasn't ready for was the woman who shows up as his prospective bride.
Holly Abbott has spent her whole life coming in second. Being born four minutes behind her twin sister has defined her life. But when her headstrong sister refuses to go along with their father's plan to marry her off into a cold business arrangement, Holly has to step up. Knowing the infamous Julian Worth will only entertain marrying the Abbott heir, Holly sets her identity aside to transform into her sister. It's an easy enough plan. A few dates with a man who isn't hers won't hurt anyone.
Except Julian is nothing like the ruthless tycoon she expected. Soon she's left to wonder, what will happen when her sister comes back and worse, how will she ever be able to give up a man who doesn't even know her real name?
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Jun 07, 2019 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
78 people found the following review helpful
I love BETRAYING THE BILLIONAIRE! We see a heroine who came into her own, who changed the way she saw herself by the end, and the romance was absolutely romantic! Julian was to-die-for. He's so sweet and thoughtful and protective, and it was a joy to watch him change his views about relationships and fall in love. This book is already on my to-be-reread list, and of course, gloming the author's backlist while I wait for the next book in the Abbott Sisters series, which will feature the other twin, Lillian. Can't wait to read about her adventure with Dominic.
The only beef I have is with the cheesy title. Stop with the "Billionaire" thingy already, although if it's the #1 search term, we'll surely see a lot more billionaire titles in our future. But if the story's as good as this one, I'll put aside whatever reservations I have. There were lots of typos in the book, but I hope that's because what I've got was the review copy and the final copy should be free of those. If you love to read about twins who switch identities, a seriously sexy and sweet hero, and a fabulous romance, do pick up a copy of BETRAYING THE BILLIONAIRE.
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