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THE BRIDESMAID AND THE BILLIONAIRE
Ever since the loss of their parents eight years ago, Susannah has worked herself to the bone looking after her younger sister Jackie. But she has a dream: to live out her late parents’ unrealized plans of traveling to Paris. To see the world. Now Jackie is about to get married, Susannah has the money saved up, and her travel plans are set. Enter a man dreamy enough to overshadow even Paris—Kane, the groom’s best friend. Kane asks Susannah to show him how to live a “normal” life during his vacation. He’s never felt grass beneath his bare feet before, never gone fishing. Who is he, really? And what’s Susannah to do when she finds herself falling for him?
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- I liked it. 4
- Casandra 12/20/2017
I ended up liking this one, but, it just seemed odd to me. The male lead was rich so apparently, according to this story, that made him otherworldly. They make him seem almost like an innocent naive child in an adult's body. He went to college and I doubt his dad went along with him when he did. He couldn't have been THAT ignorant about anything other than finances. Even if his Dad wanted him to be an heir, nothing good would come from having a man take over a business with no street smarts. He'd be conned. Well, at any rate, regardless of the unbelievability some of the scenes were cute. The lead female was enabling her younger sister to live a life of dependence but I think that's probably because she loved her sister and was only a child herself when their parents died. Overall, the art was slightly above average and the story was a feel-good one so it's worth 4 stars.
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