Booth Harrison has made a habit of getting what he wants, be it a new addition to the Harrison media empire, or a better relationship with his half-brother. But meeting his brother’s new sister-in-law, Camryn McBride, poses a new challenge. The savvy CFO of McBride Media has a brain he wants to pick…and a body he needs to claim.
Camyrn has spent the past few years helping to rebuild her family’s magazine company, focusing on that rather than her disastrous personal life. But when Booth Harrison invites her to be the keynote speaker at a sales conference in Hawaii, she’s tempted to combine business with pleasure.
But meeting the billionaire’s demands won’t be easy, because someone doesn’t want a merger between them to happen.
I didn’t realize when I was reading this book that it was a 3rd and final book in the series and only discovered it when I was getting ready to do this post. The book can very well be a stand alone. There was no indication that this was part of a series which I have to say I really like. I will be going back and purchasing the previous two to read them.
The other books in this series are: Merger to Marriage and Tempting Acquisitions. From reading the descriptions of the books you get the feel as though they are stand alones in the series but each book has many of the same characters in them.
One of the things I love about being a book blogger is getting exposed to all kinds of books that are out there that you might not normally read or hear about.
I really enjoyed reading this and looking forward to reading the previous two books. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I started reading this and I have to say I was really impressed.
The Billionaires Demand is based around the two main characters Camyrn McBride and Booth Harrison. They both work at their family magazine companies. Both are successful in their own right. They are also brought together because Camyrn’s sister is married to Booth’s brother.
You can instantly tell that both Camyrn and Booth are attracted to each other but Camyrn stands firm with her believe of them not every getting together because it will just get messy in the end. Can you just image what family gatherings would be like? So I could relate on why she didn’t want to pursue this any futher.
Booth didn’t let this stop him he continued to pursue her in hopes that he could change her mind? Do you think he could break ber down?
This was fairly a quick read for me and managed to read it over a few hours. Its a romance book and I think Addison did a great job with it because as I was reading it I felt as though this is happeing in real life with real people. There was nothing far fetched in this book.
Now I am off to purchase the rest of the series.
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