USA Today best-selling author Olivia Gates turns up the heat in her contemporary romance novels. Billionaire, M.D. continues her breathtaking Man of the Month series. Billionaire Spanish surgeon Rodrigo Valderrama is a self-made man who can’t help but rush to the aid of Cybele Wilkinson when he hears that she’s been in a terrible accident. Whisking her away to his palatial estate, Rodrigo vows to help this young pregnant widow heal her wounds. But can he do so while keeping his feelings for her buried deep inside and while withholding a secret about her pregnancy?
Unfortunately for me this book was a bust. I could not find any redeemable characteristics in the main characters. There was entirely too much introspection for my taste in this book. A lot of talking to oneself and not enough dialogue between the characters. When there was dialogue during the sex scenes it was laughable. I couldn't believe the juvenile dialogue. I almost stopped reading/listening but I plowed through. Don't wasted your credits on this one, wait till its on sale if you must, otherwise pass it up.
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Absolutely!! Already have told others to listen. It's just a very heartwarming story and makes you really want to know whats gonna happen next!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Billionaire, M.D.?
I don't want to give away any special parts, so I'll have to say there were many!
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
The narrator was fine... just his voice was a little too deep to pull off the female voice. But you get used to it... I guess.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?