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Friday, November 13, 2015

Review: Maid for the Billionaire

Title: Maid for the Billionaire
Author: Ruth Cardello
Series: Legacy Collection #1
Format: ebook
Release Date: April 21st 2011
Length: Novel (221 pages)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: Purchased - Freebie
Buy: Audible, Amazon, Barnes & Noble
Rating: 2.0-stars

Melissa's Review:

Abigail (aka Abby) Dartley is a school teacher that happens to be doing her sister's cleaning job when someone walks into the house. She's surprised to meet Dominic Corisi, the wealthy owner of the home since he almost never goes to that house. The two share a moment before she gets out of there as fast as she can. Dominic is a man that knows what he wants and expects to get his way. He's set his sights on Abby and is determined to know more about her. After finding their way back to one another, the duo gets to know each another and feelings quickly follow.

There is a high level of improbability in this story and it caused a lot of issues for me while I was reading. I'm not even talking about the billionaire meeting and liking the maid. There were issues with the plot that even without my current background I would catch and question. Like his personal assistant still having a job after doing something defiant. While I had issues with the story, I'm sure that wasn't the case for everyone. If you enjoy books about wealthy guys and are looking for a freebie then grab this while you can.

8 comments:

  1. I think there are more sexy billionaires in books than in real life ;)

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    1. Oh yes, I'm sure. This was over the top stuff though for me haha

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  2. I'm admittedly getting a bit sick of all the billionaires. :p

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    1. I feel like reading those books but yeah I haven't read a good one lately *sigh*

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  3. Aww I would have liked it simple because the woman is a made and makes it different, but I can see where the realism issues can come in play

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    1. That's another thing. She was filling in for her sister who is the maid. It should be teaching the billionaire since she's a teacher lol

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  4. AH sorry it wasn't a bit more than that...

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  5. That sucks. I would probably be in the same boat as you. I can't get into a story if there are aspects that are unbelievable.

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