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Summary

He's got 10 days to get a woman to fall in love with him. Sealed with a kiss. Only one problem: He's not allowed to tell her he's rich.

Edward Marks is a billionaire with a big heart and an even bigger ego. And when his best friend Sam suggests he could never get a woman to love him without flashing the cash, he takes on a challenge. Get a woman to fall in love with him in 10 days. She can't know he's a billionaire. It was just supposed to be a challenge.

But when he meets Catherine Fisher - a beautiful opera singer in New York - he thinks he's won the jackpot. Problem is, Catherine does not appreciate his cheesy chat-up lines and cocky nature. 

Before long, he's smitten, and suddenly, more than a wager is at stake as he tries everything to get Catherine to realize he's the man of her dreams.

A clean, undercover billionaire romance set in New York. This is the second book in Billionaires in New York series. It can be listened to as a stand-alone but to get the most enjoyment from the series, start with Who Wants to Love a Billionaire?.

©2020 Laura Burton (P)2020 Laura Burton

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  • Jones Family
  • 17-07-20

Fast paced love story

Clean, billionaire love story with some danger and surprise twists.

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  • Lady M
  • 29-05-20

nice, shorter listen

I read the book when it came out, and I enjoyed listening to it also. at first I wasn't a fan of all the accents and difference in voices, I thought it was too much, but getting into the story, there were so many characters, it actually was beneficial