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Her Russian Billionaire by Theodora Taylor
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I read this entire story in a night, I couldn't put it down. And here's why...Alexei.
Where can I get one? I'll take him to go, please!

Alexei was the ultimate...I adored his dirty talk, the way he dictated what he would do to Eva before even touching her. I thought that was extremely hot. I loved this book even more than the first in the series. I enjoyed the internal struggles between Eva and Alexei. And I'm a sucker for well written 'I-had-a-baby-and-didn't-tell-you-cause-I-love-you', which this was.

Sigh...it's a DIK, for sure. I'll stop gushing. Read this book. ( )
  SheReadsALot | Jun 20, 2016 |
Her Russian Billionaire by Theodora Taylor is a perfect example of plot development at its best. The story starts out with a young couple enjoying college life until disaster strikes. The plot continues to wow me as I follow the strained reunion between Alex and Eva. Both are shocked to see the other, but Eva is even more terrified because she’s been harboring a secret. I like that Eva and Alex are very different but make a perfect match. Alex is almost stuffy yet falls for a woman that is anything but. She manages to balance out Alex’s personality. The story keeps building and developing and is far from predictable. Many surprises, such as finding out the real true reason for Eva leaving and the depth of Alex’s uncle’s manipulation, are quite shocking. A bit of humor also goes a long way in making this a well-rounded novel. Eva being kidnapped at the airport and given a makeover prior to meeting Alex is hilarious. Every story needs antagonists to make it interesting and there are plenty to go around. I enjoyed this story and thought the plot and characters were memorable

Eva St. James and Alexei Rustanov are college sweethearts determined to make their love work despite neither family wanting them together. Alex is shocked to come home to a note from Eva stating that she’s tired of slumming with him and is returning home. A bitter and heartbroken Alex vows to become successful and never allow another woman to hurt him. Eight years later Alex runs into Eva and is angered that as much as he wants to hate her, he can’t. They reconnect in a way that feels like they’d never been apart. However, Alex senses Eva is keeping something from him.

~ Susan for AReCafe ( )
  AReCafe | May 23, 2014 |
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