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Compromising the Billionaire

By: Ivy Layne
Narrated by: CJ Bloom, Beckett Graylock
Length: 10 hrs and 23 mins
5 out of 5 stars (42 ratings)
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It's hard to believe the sweet blond is a stone cold criminal. 

Those lavender eyes. Her lush mouth. 

That body. 

I won’t be taken in by a sweet pair of tits and long legs. 

She’s after my company. She’s after me. 

You know what they say about enemies. 

I need her close so I can figure out exactly what she’s up to. 

It’s all business, I swear.  

The more I'm with her, the harder she is to resist. 

She's an ice sculpture of a woman: perfect and untouchable. 

But I see the spark in her eyes, the fire beneath the surface. 

I need her to ignite. Just for me. What do I do when I discover the truth? She’s everything I suspected her of and worse. 

But the real shock? 

She’s not the villain in this story. 

I am. 

Somehow I have to find a way to make it right before I lose the best thing that’s ever happened to me.  

Compromising the Billionaire is a stand-alone romance with a happy ending. It’s part of the Scandals of the Bad Boy Billionaires series and reveals more about the notorious Winters family. You can listen to it on its own, everything you need to know is explained, but once you get a taste you'll want to listen to the others.

©2018 Ivy Layne (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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nice

Over all the book was enjoyable I can't say It drag a little I believe to our could have been cut off due to it repeat itself.