What Matters Most by Erin Nicholas

What Matters Most by Erin Nicholas
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (239 Pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

He can buy anything he wants…except the thing he needs the most.

The Billionaire Bargains, Book 2

Things come easy to Tony Steele. Money. Women. A good time. It’s all a piece of cake. Until that cake turns into the wedding cake of Tony’s best friend and the woman of Tony’s dreams, Reese Chaplin.

Tony can’t fix this problem by writing a check. And when Tony finds out his “friend” has been cheating on the woman who’s stolen his heart, he doesn’t hesitate to steal her away. Even if it’s her wedding day.

Nothing about Reese’s big day goes according to plan. She walks down the aisle to marry one man, and winds up in a Vegas wedding chapel with another. After a hot night with Tony, the only thing Reese regrets is that her new husband doesn’t remember anything about it.

Reese suspects the marriage is going to end badly, especially when Tony offers her a million dollars a month to stay married—who does that? But walking away from him turns out to be harder than she’d thought. Especially as she starts to know the man behind the wallet.

This book was an enjoyable read. It is book two in The Billionaire Bargains Series, and was very well done. It was romantic and sexy, and had an entertaining plot that caught my attention right away.

Super rich Tony Steele has wanted Reese for a long time. One wedding day confession later and these two friends tie the knot in Vegas. Then they realize that they don’t actually know each other all that well. While Tony is used to fixing everything with money, he soon finds out that it’s not that easy with Reese. She demands more than money from Tony. She needs him to actually get involved, and he realizes a few things about himself along the way.

I connected with the couple. I felt their relationship was real, the conflict was that they had to work on some things. It made it more believable to me as the reader. The next thing was how well I liked the characters themselves. Reese had a good heart, while Tony lived large. To tell the truth, I fell hard for Tony right from the beginning, but it took me longer for Reese. Now for the juicy part which for me is always the love scenes. These two had no problem in that department. They had chemistry that sizzled, and sex scenes that burned up the pages.

All in all, this was a good story that I enjoyed reading. It was well written, had an easy flowing plot, and characters that were likeable. I would recommend it.

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