A Change In Fortune
Cool, confident and in control: that's Ben Robinson, the billionaire COO of Robinson Tech.
With his imposing height and sharp blue eyes, he can convince anyone to do anything, but suddenly he feels like a fraud.
The handsome Texan has just discovered his entire life has been a lie.
With the news that his father might actually be a long-lost—and very prodigal—Fortune, Ben trains his laser focus on determining the truth.
He persuades sweet, earnest Ella Thomas to help him in his research; no one would ever suspect the part-time college student of subterfuge.
Ella is sensitive and highly intuitive…in other words, Ben's total opposite.
And as she digs for his Fortune roots, she may also uncover the billionaire's long-shuttered heart…
This storyline was a blast from the past for me. I used to read a lot of stories with this plot-line, long time ago.
A rich head of a company hires a poor, considerably younger female student, who is drowning in student loan, with a sick younger brother and single mother who she is helping out.
While working together, a whirlwind globe hopping task, as he is providing spa treatments and new wardrobe, they get to know each other, and feelings come into the picture, feelings they can't deny.
I am not saying that the story was bad, it was actually entertaining, I liked the visit in London, and the sightseeing they indulge in. And there were sweet and tender moments between them, touching moments that brought Ben to life.
The characters were pleasant, there wasn't any huge issues or drama involved.
The siblings of Ben were shortly introduced, and even though this is a long time running series, the book can easily be read as a standalone.
So if you love the billionaire stories, without any dirt, kink, or excess drama, this story is for you, with a pleasant, sweet Texas feeling
~ Three Spoons
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