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Billionaire Londoner Steven has moved to America to expand his house renting business. Here he meets Julie, an African American woman who may just be the person to help him get the properties he's after. But will this business relationship be all that blossoms from the time spent together? Or will something a lot more personal occur?
Find out in this all new black woman white man romance by J A Fielding of BWWMRomance.com. Suitable for over 18s only due to sexual scenes. The first in an ongoing billionaire BWWM romance series.
Where does Home Is Where The Heart Is (A Billionaire BWWM Interracial Romance Book 1) rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I would rank it number this is a wonderful story
What other book might you compare Home Is Where The Heart Is (A Billionaire BWWM Interracial Romance Book 1) to, and why?
Brenda Jackson Westmoreland series
Which scene did you most enjoy?
All of the scenes in the book was perfect and ejnjoyable.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Yes I really love Stephen and Julie they make a wonderful couple
Any additional comments?
Keep writing the stories an escape that is worth every penny.
Initially I knew that this was a short story,... a little more than two hours. Overall, I'd say it was okay. I didn't like the many references to 50 Shades. I personally thought the book that book was overrated. This one did very little to develop the characters and hardly kept my attention. I will say without even purchasing the other books in the series that all the books in this series could have easily been coupled into one. Will I read another book by this author? YES. Now the narration of this story is not good at all. It's very monotone. She did not do a good job at all. I've listened to sooooo many audiobooks with terrific tones and pitches. This narration almost put me to sleep even with the steamy erotic scenes. Although I wouldn't mind another book in the series to see what happens, I'm thinking about just reading it through Amazon's Kindle.
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First time subscriber. Fantastic story. Can't wait to tell my friends. We had been looking for interracial romance audiobooks. Can't wait to purchase more.
this is the beginning of a beautiful relationship
can't wait to listen to book number 2
This was a hot and sexy book! Stacey also did great with the narration. Just wished she attempted to make the British accent. lol.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I do not know anyone who would enjoy this book.
Has Home Is Where The Heart Is (A Billionaire BWWM Interracial Romance Book 1) turned you off from other books in this genre?
How could the performance have been better?
The reader did not understand dramatic reading.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
The narrator made the book unenjoyable.
The storyline was pretty good. However, the recurring references to Fifty Shades of Grey was a downer! It was truly annoying; and made me think the author was attempting to mimic aspects of that work as opposed to having it stand on its own two feet. I sincerely encourage the author to NOT indulge in such behavior as it really diminishes the strength of originality in the writing.
To be honest I don't know if it's the story line or the terrible voice performance, but I couldn't listen to another word without feeling like my ears would bleed. There was very little variation in the reader's voice, so it was hard to distinguish between the characters in the book. What I find with the BWWM books I've listened to is they lack depth and the believability that connects the story to the audience. They rush the story to get to the sex. Interracial relationships already stand out as being sexy so as a listener I want to be seduced as I anticipate the sex. Rushing to the climax leaves no room to build and when the climax appears too quickly and the excitement wanes so does your audience. I hate liver, but I would rather eat it, rather than listen to this book!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Who was your favorite character and why?
Julie-she is a strong independent women.
Would you be willing to try another one of Stacey Pearson’s performances?
Any additional comments?
don't care for the narrator. if lyou going to don't it have a man for the male part and I didn't get a british accent.
The narration started off unpleasant but it changed a few minutes into the book. loved the storyline. will buy again!
It was alright. very short. narrative was a bit much and overly dramatic I felt. decent story.