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Summary

He was a jerk, but she loved him; that was the first problem. The second? He was her stepbrother.

Dante Hix. An alpha male. A billionaire at 21. A god.

Three years already and she still wasn't over him. What the hell was she thinking going back again now?

If she had any sense she wouldn't have, but if she had any money she wouldn't have needed to either. Broke, with bills piling up, there was only one way left for her to turn.

She had to see him. And then when she did, she knew immediately. It was going to happen again.

He asked her to dance for him, but it could have been anything. Stupid Sash didn't realize exactly what that meant.

All that time later and she was still doing the same. Her clothes on the floor, his body pressed up against hers, her hand on her belly.

A wish.

If she gave him what he wanted, he could never run away.

This is the complete collection of the serialized novel - Giving My Billionaire Stepbrother A Baby and includes a never before released, brand new epilogue!

If scorching hot, taboo romance and head-strong, alpha male billionaires that will stop at nothing to get what they want aren't your thing, please look away now.

©2014 Stephanie Brother (P)2017 Stephanie Brother

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  • Renae Tieman
  • 05-07-21

Horrible Story, fabulous Narrator

The characters were TERRIBLE. She is a codependent, needy child who THINKS she’s independent. He is a narcissistic emotional abuser who wants his way. She bends to him and he gives up nothing. Over and over. I got to chapter 31 HOPING it would get better but no.

The Narrator was FABULOUS though. She did an amazing job differentiating the character voices AND the differences between their “thought voice” and “speaking voice”. The overall rating got an extra star only because of her.

Save yourself the money or a credit. Find a better less abusive taboo romance. This one just isn’t worth it.

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  • BW
  • 07-01-21

It was an Ok book

This is not one of Stephanie Brother's best books, but it was an ok book.
There were things I didn't like about it that made the rating come down a lot.
This heroine, was very whiney and not confident at all. I like my heroines to be a bit more courageoius or tough.
while I do like alph males a lot, I was put off by how he seemed to be in love with her but kept ogling other women and talking about how much all women loved him. He was more conceeded that he needed to be. It was really a turn off.

As for the narrtor, I love Sierra Kline, she does wonderfully reading for men and women, but I was really put of for the voice she used for the female character, It was more cartoonish than anything. Should she have used her own voice like she did in other books, this would have gotten a lot higher rating. As it was the voice was mousy and child like, not appealing in any form.

I do love Sierra Klines ability to make male voices believable. Funny how she would struggle with female voices.

Wouild I recommend it... eh... I would offer other Stephanie Brother books before I did this one, but it is certainly better than some I have listened too.

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  • Carrie Lohr
  • 31-08-20

Story was good not great. Still worth reading.

I love Stephanie Brother! But this was not one of my top ten. The narrator used a baby voice for Sash. It detracts from her character. Dual narration would have been much better. Never did explain about Sash’s father. Who was responsible?? I was genuinely disappointed at the holes in this. I don’t recommend this I’ve over her other HUGE series or Beast series. But it’s something different.

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  • IreneMBBT
  • 10-12-19

Not her best

Not my favorite book by this author. At all. I’m glad she combined these installments into one full story but, with lines like ”...as he nears closer..”, we can deduce it needs additional editing. ‘Nuff said.
Not a fan of Kline’s narration.
Look for Huge, Huge x2, Huge x3, Huge x4, Donkey Doubled - all books I can happily recommend.

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  • Aeblen
  • 24-02-19

I'm so confused.

I did not like danta or sha. neither has any morals what so ever. I rolled my eyes so many time during this read that I gave myself a headache. he made me sick when he talked to his sons mother about just giving money and not his time. what a piece of @##$$^&&÷=/_.
narrator was so over the top.