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The Billionaire's Second-Chance Bride (The Romero Brothers, Book 1) by [Richards, Shadonna]
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USA Today bestselling author Shadonna Richards introduces you to the Romero brothers! They're hot, sexy, powerful and eligible!

The Billionaire’s Second-Chance Bride (The Romero Brothers, Book 1)

Betrayed by Mr. Wrong. Could she ever trust Mr. Right?

After losing her fiancé, Jeff, in a tragic accident (with his mistress!), Lucy Shillerton throws herself into running the company her eccentric aunt has left her: Dream Weddings Inc. Her current project is to present an outrageous wedding for her latest client, a wealthy, older tycoon who wants to marry his young nurse.

In comes sexy, rich, dripping-with-charm and sworn bachelor, Antonio Romero III, the grandson of said tycoon, who has a good reason to shut down Lucy’s “scam wedding” business. However, when he meets with sweet, wounded Lucy, shutting her down is the last thing on his mind.

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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa38b0840) out of 5 stars Shock and Awe... *contains Spoilers* April 8 2014
By Jenn - Published on
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First off, this is the first book review I've ever written and I've read hundreds and hundreds of books. I usually like the reader to develop their own opinions based on personal taste, however I feel such a strong dislike of this book that I had to say something.
I'm completely shocked that this book has so many positive ratings and in complete awe that it would have received any awards at all. Not only are the sentences and thoughts choppy and incomplete, but had she used any more One.Word.Sentences. my brain would have exploded. I felt like I was caught in a textravaganza between two high school girls. The story itself I felt was a slight rip off of the Billionaire Series by Melody Anne, but you know what they say "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery". And although the plot was much the same, sadly the caliber of this story was WAY under par. I wanted to like Lucy, the female lead, but I just couldn't. The writer made her flaky and incapable of coherent thought process. In one chapter she decides that beyond all reason and after meeting him only once she's in love with the guy. Then about two chapters later she asks herself the question "Could I be falling in love?" Um, I thought you already decided that. And don't even get me started on the "hero". For an all important billionaire the guy went from alpha male to uber mushy in almost an instant, which made it way too unbelievable, even for a fairy tale romance. I mean what kind of alpha male suddenly starts simpering about how much he's been hurt in the past, and how, after only one night together, one dance and about two other face to face meetings decides that he'll forego all his other previous notions that all women are gold diggers and throw caution to the wind AFTER fighting with his aging Grandfather during the entire book for doing the exact same thing? And you're given the impression that his family has been very well to do for some time now, thanks to dear old Grand dad's hard work all those years, but Antonio (the "hero") comes across incredibly unrefined. During a drive he asks Lucy "Do you want on some music?" Uh...Wouldn't a high class billionaire/alpha male decided he wanted music and just play it? After all, they're in HIS car. Maybe he decides to be a gentleman...wouldn't he ask "Would you like some music?" All the mannerisms and technique that would have been taught to a born billionaire just wasn't there and it gave his character I very billionaire-impostor feel. And I nearly gagged at the ending. She's the WEDDING COORDINATOR. She set up and organized the entire event, she's been on site the entire time, but suddenly when the hero shows up there is a puppy tied to a tree a short distance away, suspiciously holding the ring box? Really? That's the best you could do? WHAT DID ANYTHING HAVE TO DO WITH THE PUPPY?!?!? The whole thing left me extremely sad for having wasted my time. The only reason I finished it was so I could be sure before writing this review that the book had absolutely no redeeming qualities. I was right. I wanted a romance novel that made me fall in love with love but this book made me want to just shoot Lucy and put us both out of our misery. This was supposed to be about a grown woman and it felt more like a 16 year old inhabiting her body. I'm completely saddened to learn there is an entire series of these books, none of which I will be reading. I urge you for sanity's sake to stay away as well. Go find a book that might hold your interest. This isn't one of them.
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa38b0a8c) out of 5 stars Should have read the bad reviews first May 12 2014
By nise - Published on
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I'm sorry. I usually don't leave a poor review, but I have to here. I couldn't finish the book. Lucy was so all over the place I couldn't keep up with her split personality. Writing in italics was the only way I could tell what was internalized and what wasn't. The side kick assistant was like what, 15? And the hero Antonio? How does he stay in business? He had no personality. The story line was so promising, but I just couldn't choke down the writing. If it hadn't been free I would have demanded my money back.
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa38b0a50) out of 5 stars A complete waste of time Jan. 28 2014
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I really hate to leave negative reviews, but this book has so many good reviews, I'm not sure we read the same book. This was possibly the most unbelievable story I have ever read...not in a good way. I'm pretty sure the word "hot" is used no less than 50 times. The time table and events were just not something I could buy into. The writing was more like something you would expect from a high school paper.
FYI: for those that care about adult content, this book does contain a rather long sex scene.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa38b0d44) out of 5 stars Super long descriptions. Feb. 5 2014
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I understand it takes a lot to build up a story but this is a lot of descriptions. The main characters barely even talk to each other then all of a sudden getting married. The details were wasted on descriptions of rooms and furniture and nothing about the storyline or the relationship building. I rarely give anthing under 4 stars but this could have used a lot more about the characters and their relationship.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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Antonio Romero, Sr. was ready for his grandchildren to get him some great - grandchildren and also Antonio had decided to marry again even though he was in his seventies. He had hired a wedding planner to give him his dream wedding. His grandson, Antonio III was against it and warned the wedding planner, Lucy, to cancel the wedding or else. Lucy began to worry about the situation and then she fell for the grandson.