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A billionaire silver-screen hero finds a real-life heroine in this sizzling romantic comedy from New York Times bestselling author Ruth Cardello.

Sage Revere follows her instincts, which have led to an oddball career as a plant psychologist. As a side project, she also helps strangers find happiness. Sage has a gift for knowing who needs her help, and the brooding hunk of a loner she meets in a coffee shop certainly fits the bill. She can feel it.

On-screen, Eric Westerly is the hottest superhero there is. Offscreen, he’s out of rehab; incognito in London; and reevaluating his life, his career, and his broken family ties. All he wants is to be alone. Then along comes some daft plant whisperer who gets under his skin. She’s also sweet, sexy, and irresistible. But what’ll happen when she finds out who he is—that underneath the gray spandex, he’s just a regular guy with a Batcave?

But Eric isn’t the only one with a few secrets. And when the masks come off, Sage and Eric are going to have to trust each other if they want a Hollywood happy ending.

©2018 Ruth Cardello (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved

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loved it

I really enjoyed reading this book. I look forward to reading more books by this author in the near future.

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My fav from the series

This book is my favorite from the saga. Reggie is hilarious. Every time he made a comment I was lol.

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Love Love this book. The story line was excellent. Absolutely positively fabulous. Next one please!!

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Hollywood Heir

I am really enjoying this series and now we have Eric's story. He is out of rehab and still having a hard time coming to grips with life and then he meets Sage. She is an odd duck but just his kind of odd duck and they suit each other. The only problem is, he starts off by lying to her and that is not the way to start anything. Can she forgive him? Well, of course she will or there would not be a reason to finish this and come to a happy ending!

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Billionaire's Series 4

Great follow up book to the series. This book touched on some real issues. Good read.

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I want my own Batcave!

I did like this romance quite a bit. I was really curious about how Eric's story would go after finishing the previous book in the series. He is a really interesting character and I was looking forward to learning more about him. I ended up having a great time with this audiobook.

Eric seems to have everything. He is wealthy and everyone seems to love him. He is a well-known actor that is best known for his portrayal of the superhero Water Bear Man. He is somewhat lost and is having a hard time figuring out how to move forward. Sage comes from a wealthy family but she takes care of herself. She works to help people through her chosen career as a plant psychologist.

Eric is hiding in plain sight as an average guy named Wayne when he meets Sage. I liked these two together from the start and thought that they had a lot of chemistry together. Eric / Wayne does have a few moments where he makes some pretty bad decisions and doesn't always treat Sage in the manner she deserves. Some of that blame could be placed with Delinda who is busy making things difficult and interfering in things that really should be left alone. I was pleased to see the Westerly family back together before this book came to an end. It was great to check in with the characters from the earlier books and to see everyone start to come together.

I would recommend this audiobook to others. I thought that Teri Clark Linden continued to do a great job with the series. She is able to cover both the male and female parts of the story without any problems. I think that she has a very pleasant voice and I was able to listen to the book for hours at a time. I wouldn't hesitate to listen to more from this narrator or pick up another book written by Ruth Cardello.

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Overall, not too bad of story. Teri C Linden did good job at narrating. It's hard to get accents down sometimes, but she did a fine job. Too long of story- needless items could've been left out. It would've been better to hear more detail of Eric's actual road to recovery. I didn't really feel a connection between him and the plant woman. More instalove and it just doesn't work. She was just a nut job. I certainly wouldn't have gone in the plant psychologist route to have for a female lead. And Eric was a downright jerk a lot of the time. One minute you've got the plant lady saying she's done with him then the next, she turns around and they are having sex. That's a repeat theme. She started off quite independent but it fizzled out with all the wishy washy crap. The best part about the whole story? Reggie, Eric's assistant and Bella, plant lady's best friend. They are quite funny at times as is Dalinda the grandmother.

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I'll choose to read this one - could not to listen the narrator for more than 2 chapters. Too bad!

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I couldn't get past the narration to get past chapter two. I might try the book.

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  • 08-31-18

Appalling narration!

Was that supposed to be an English accent? I’ve just bought this, and totally regretting using my precious audible credit for this. Ruth Cardello is great so it has nothing to do with the story line.
This needs a re-narration! I doubt I can continue this, I’m going to get the book.

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  • 08-26-21

Terrible British acsents

The story was good, but being English the accents grated badly. Would have just read the story, if I were not so busy. We do not all talk as if we have aplomb in our mouths.

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  • 05-17-21

Narrator does a good job mostly.

Narrator does a good job mostly. Listened to the audible version of this one as I was busy and didn’t have time to sit and read. Magnus was a fairly big jerk on a couple of occasions, even if he was honest about being arrogant and used to having his way. But he turned out to be a very likeable character. He was truly loved by his people as he never acted the Prince but once he learned soften up with Rachelle’s influence, he was extremely likeable. He really does screw up big time in his thinking at the beginning and seems honestly surprised when Rachelle says no. Rachelle seemed strong at times but at others a bit too soft. Her clingy actions due to her family dynamics were annoying. Missed having the rest of the family causing mischief. And not quite sure what Eric is all about, seems a bit sad really. Dalinda is her Machiavellian self, causing more problems but her health looks to be deteriorating. Listening in audible I felt the narrator did well with the many voices but her English/Vandorran accent was atrocious. People in jobs of position like that tend to speak as well as their bosses, if not better. When the locals and children were talking, it made me think of Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins. Loved the ending, just so sweet. Read and listened to through Kindle Unlimited.