About Billionaire’s Sons
Four love stories, Six brothers, and the Inheritance that tears them apart.
The esteemed businessman, Nicholas Cohen, attempts to win the heart of his childhood sweetheart, Adele, despite his older brother ruining their wedding.
Meanwhile, his younger brother, Sam, impatiently waits for the girl of his dreams, Leanne, to finish her master’s degree hoping to whisk her away to a far-off land to complete her PhD.
Their younger brother, Jacob, falls for the captain’s daughter, Maryam, on a superyacht bound for the Caribbean, much to their parents’ dismay. Their son, Emanuel, elopes with a not-too-much-older woman, Aloise, three months after high school, less than 24-hours after they meet only to discover he’s married to enemy.
I really enjoyed the different take of this one. It’s loosely based on a story that I’m very familiar with. I liked how the author set this in a totally different time period than the original. It was an interesting idea to see what starts out as a historical book moved into modern times. I really liked that aspect.
I also liked that there were several different characters with their own points of view. The story is moved along by using different characters some even in a different time period. There are four different love stories in this one. That made the book really interesting. I wanted to know what each of the characters thought and felt. And how the whole thing was going to end.
I am going to be honest and say that there was more talk of sex in this one than I would be comfortable with if I were going to have my teenager read this one. There wasn’t anything shown to the reader, it was all just talk. This one is not squeaky clean. But I wasn’t offended by it for myself.
Bottom line, I thought this was a good story. I liked the way the author wrote it.
I was sent an e-copy of Billionaire’s Sons as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.
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