the man of your dreams. Follow my rules, you’ll meet the love of your life and
have a gorgeous destination wedding in French Polynesia. Okay, that last one
happened just the one time. But my rules work every time. I
1. The man makes the first move. Seems unfair? Life’s unfair.
2. Never have sex on the first date. No, not even oral. And hands above the
3. Play hard to get, but don’t make it too hard.Solid rules, right? I thought they were. But then I met Jack Carraway,
an impossibly sexy, frustratingly unpredictable billionaire, and broke them
all. Everywhere. In an elevator. On a balcony. Beneath a
gazebo, of all places.
Whether I like it or not (spoiler alert: I like it!), Jack is taking me on wild
adventure and we’re writing a whole new set of rules. Like, always reserve your
matching Harry Potter costumes a week in advance; wrestling swans is not as
easy as it looks; and sometimes, the man of your dreams pops up in the most
unlikely of places and has a really big…boat. After years of watching couples find love, it may be my turn. But is
this spontaneous playboy the real thing, or just a fun detour around my
predictable life? All this time I’ve been following my own rules and going to
sleep alone, with nothing but my second slice of princess cake to keep me
rules…they’re meant to be broken.
to fill out this author bio. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two
Sexy and fun, Dating the Billionaire is quite the entertainment. The blurb sounded interesting, a premise of something good!
When a dating coach extraordinaire, Dahlia Rossi, met her match and broke every rule she has ever written and followed religiously, having fun was good but it definitely put everything under perspective… now she’s dating a billionaire, the kind of one, unpredictable, too charming for his own good. The man she didn’t see coming.
Dahlia and Jack were totally a match. They had chemistry inside and outside the bedroom, but could it be more than just a fling? For once, a predictable life seems not that enticing at all. Each other are both stepping out their comfort zone and it worked. It was natural and really refreshing, spontaneous and a bit sarcastic.
Poppy Dunne knows how to write comedies with sexy billionaires falling in love with some strong heroines. It was spontaneous and a bit sarcastic.
Regardless all these good elements, I wasn’t so enthralled, because of the characters, Jack who tends to love himself a lot, taking some time to realize how controlling he was with his loved ones, crossing the lines a lot. (probably part of the billionaire’s charm or not)
Dahlia’s set of rules could have seen as a bit annoying but definitely makes sense, it was too much emphasized to me.
Overall, there were some priceless moments, utterly hilarious, a mix of sweet and sexy.
As far I was concerned, it was a story without pretense, just to make the reader having fun for a moment. It was well written for sure but it was a halftone success.
A sexy change of scenery.