It's Not Hard To Find Yourself A Part Of "The Billionaire's Fantasy"

The Billionaire's Fantasy (The Forbidden Series) Title:  The Billionaire's Fantasy
(The Forbidden Series)
Author:  Kate Hewitt
Format:  ERC
Length:  181 pages
Publisher:  Harlequin Special Releases
Rating:  5 Stars

In Part Two of The Billionaire's Fantasy, Louise is tired of being safe, boring and steady. She needs excitement and passion…and that's Jaiven. He makes her feel beautiful, sexy—wanted. But standing at his front door wearing only a trench coat and high heels is a risk she's beginning to question!
 My Thoughts

 O.k...o.k...I know!
Yes, it is yet another billionaire vs. commoner erotica trope.
But before you round up the torches and pitchforks...hear me out!
This is the second offering in the Forbidden series.  A new Special Releases collection from Harlequin.

You will notice that the part about our fair commoner being an unsuspecting ingenue is blissfully absent.
That's right!
She has had sex before!
Not only that, but wonder of wonders...she is a full grown woman to boot!

Louise Jensen may be an esteemed professor at Columbia University, but one perusal of her lush curves from across a crowded room, leavens  billionaire shipping magnate, Jaiven Rodriguez, determined to pursue a
 very sensual course in Women's Studies.

Things start out as all fun and games for these two, but as the sex intensifies, so do the feelings that the two share.  This leads to some very hard to face truths from both their pasts,  which threaten any hope for their shared future..

Though this book is very sexy, fun, and light for the most part.  It deals with very real issues of body image, spousal abuse, gangs, forgiveness,  and redemption.

Both Louise and Jaiven are very down-to-earth characters,  that you have no problem identifying with and rooting for.

This is the perfect one sitting read for those who like their happily ever afters passionate, playful, and more than a little rough around the edges. 
About Kate
Kate HewittKate is the USA Today-bsetselling author of 35 romances with Harlequin Presents, hundreds of short stories, and several historical novels and anthologies now available on Kindle. Her first women's fiction with Penguin/NAL, Rainy Day Sisters, will be out in August 2015.

She likes to read romance, mystery, the occasional straight historical and angsty women's fiction; she particularly enjoys reading about well-drawn characters and avoids high-concept plots.
Having lived in New York City, she now makes her home in a tiny village on the windswept northwest coast of England, with her husband, five children, and an overly affectionate Golden Retriever. You can read about her life at


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