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The Billionaire Wins the Game by Melody Anne
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The Billionaire Wins the Game

by Melody Anne

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This was a freebie for my Nook and I'm glad. Although the book has a good premise- marriage of convenience, rich guy and poor girl, it fell short of being a great romance. The author has some good plot points, but is seriously in need of a good editor. The story read like fan fiction, but not in a good way. Overall, it was a quick, light read and I enjoyed the dad's interest in helping his sons. ( )
  aharey | Apr 2, 2016 |
In eBook format for the Nook this book has 340 pages. To me this romance story is very predictable. This is the first book by Melody Anne I have read, so I may try another one to see if all her writing is like this one. ( )
  oldriverbooks | Mar 2, 2015 |
A fun fantasy story - a girl gets her first job out of college, working for a billionaire. Great characters and an interesting (yet predictable) plot made this an easy and quick read. ( )
  sunnydrk | May 9, 2014 |
Review: The Billionaire wins the Game by Melody Anne
3 STARS
This is the first book in the billionaire bachelors series. I liked it wish it did not have the love scenes in so much detail.
Joseph Anderson retired and thinks his three sons should marry and give him grandchildren to play with. He found the perfect wife for Lucas his first child.
Amy Harper had just graduated from collage and Joseph Anderson hired her to be executive secretary for Lucas Anderson now the head of the company.
Lucas had no idea that he had a new secretary and did not want one that he did not choose. Awhile later he was getting jealous anytime Amy was talking with a single guy. Lucas found out that Amy was living in a dangerous situation and moved her out.
Useally after the first three months a benafit package was given to new employees but because Amy was in need they were giving it to her now.
Apartment in the their building that was on the top floor. A car that was hers to drive for business and personal that would be replaced every two years with new model of her choosing.
Amy was raised by a junkie and was placed in foster care right before she began high school which was a better life for her and a chance for her to get scholarships she needed for collage.
Lucas and Amy had sex one time and she got pregnant but hid it first few months. Lucas found out they got married right away and than had to figure out their relationship.
It is a typical romance and was enjoyable love Joseph. ( )
  rhonda1111 | Jan 10, 2012 |
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Joseph Anderson decides it's time for his three sons to find brides. He wants grandchildren to fill his mansion, and he wants them now. His eldest son, Lucas, is successful in all areas of his life, except love, so Joseph finds Amy Harper and deems her the perfect daughter-in-law. He just needs to get her and Lucas to realize they're made for each other.

When Amy becomes pregnant after one reckless night of passion, she's scared Lucas will take the baby and run. He’s demanding, and used to getting his way, but Amy has just the right amount of spark to ignite his fuse, and challenges him each step of the way.

Joseph and his brothers, Alex and Mark, offer laughter, love, and support. Amy starts to realize that being wealthy doesn't make or break a man, or a family, for that matter, and she starts picturing the happily ever after she never believed in until meeting the Andersons.
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"Joseph Anderson has decided it is time his three successful sons find brides. Joseph wants grandchildren to fill his huge mansion, and he wants them immediately. His eldest son Lucas is successful in all areas of his life except love, and Joseph begins matchmaking for his child. He finds Amy Harper and deems her the perfect daughter-in-law. He just needs to get her and Lucas to both realize they're made for each other. Lucas Anderson is wealthy, incredibly sexy, and stubborn. He has no desire to have any woman enter his life, causing chaos or using his family's name. Many women have tried, and he has been successful in finding out who they truly are underneath their false smiles. Amy Harper was raised in tragic circumstances and does not like pampered, rich men who have been handed everything with a silver spoon. She spent years finishing her education and was blessed to get a job with the famous Andersons Corporation. She instantly does not like her incredibly sexy boss who is arrogant and thinks every woman should fall at his feet. When Amy becomes pregnant after one reckless night of passion with her boss, she is scared he will take the baby and run. Lucas finds out she is pregnant and immediately demands to do the right thing, and though Amy is backed into a corner, she in no way allows him to walk all over her. Lucas is demanding, and used to getting his way, but Amy has just the right amount of spark to ignite his fuse, and challenges him each step of the way" -- Cover p. [4].… (more)

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