His Billion Dollar Baby


His Billion Dollar Baby by Lea Nolan

Publication Date: May 19, 2014
Kindle Edition: $3.99

Amazon: His Billion Dollar Baby (Entangled Indulgence)
Goodreads: His Billion Dollar Baby


Burned by love and grieving over his brother’s death, sexy billionaire CEO Carter Anderson wants nothing more than to protect his family. So when beautiful and unassuming physical therapist Gwen Radley shows up at the funeral, pregnant with his brother’s baby, Carter’s certain she wants an interest in the Anderson empire—and both his suspicion and attraction grow when circumstances force Gwen to move into his family’s mansion.

An orphan, Gwen’s never wanted anything more than a family, and she finds in the Andersons a place she and her baby might belong. When Gwen’s therapy expertise leads to long hours of intense, late-night collaboration on a lucrative project, the attraction between her and Carter leads to a night of white-hot passion. But Carter’s distrust remains, leading them both to wonder if he will ever embrace his brother’s baby—or the love that’s blooming between them.


Cover: 4
Plot: 4
Characters: 4

Overall Rating: 4

His Billion Dollar Baby was a book filled with passion and heart.

Carter Anderson's brother just died and then Gwen Radley appears on the day of his funeral claiming that she is pregnant with Ben's child. Not only was the timing so perfect, Carter also experienced being fooled once upon a time so he didn't trust Gwen. But when circumstances force them to spend time together, Carter will realize that maybe Gwen wasn't what he first thought him to be.

To be honest, this was a book that I wasn't really eager to read since Gwen and Carter's relationship was almost incest for me but I sucked it up and I was pleasantly surprised when I realized that I loved this book.

Gwen was very strong and wanted the best for her child seeing that she grew up in foster care. When Carter insinuated that she was a gold digger, she fought him head on and didn't cower and be nice to him, unlike what most females do when they meet the Adonis like Carter. Carter was very irritating and was basing everything on what happened to him before in the past. He gradually changes throughout the book so it was really great since I would have never liked him if he stayed being a cynic. The minor characters in this book was also very well-written and it helps make this into one awesome book.

This book brings out emotions and I loved the dynamic between the characters. a truly great book that would be worth your time.

Received digital edition from publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review


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