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Publisher's Summary

Penelope Hart is finally in Paris. She has everything that she could ever wish for. Sexy French billionaire Matt DuFour is by her side to lead her through the city. Paris is big, bold, beautiful, and romantic!

It seems like everything is going better than her wildest dreams. All she has to do is ignore Matt's constant business phone calls that interrupt their vacation. That's not too much to ask for, is it?

Penelope feels like Cinderella at the ball. But will the clock strike midnight and make her dream vacation disappear like magic? Will Matt and Penelope finally be able to ease into the relationship, or will business obligations steal him away from her?

Until now, Penelope and Matt have always been thrown together, but will this be the first time that they are torn apart?

Bound with Him is the fourth part in With Her Billionaire, an interracial (BWWM) romance series following the story of Penny and Matt. The series contains strong sexual themes, and is not intended for listeners under the age of 18.

©2015 Ellen Dominick (P)2015 Ellen Dominick

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Would you try another book from Ellen Dominick and/or Bailey Varness?

I don't know. I want to finish the series but the female lead character is so annoying that I'm not sure if I can take anymore.

What was most disappointing about Ellen Dominick’s story?

I do not feel any real heat or connections between the lead characters. Plus the female is way annoying with all of her resistance and questions.

What didn’t you like about Bailey Varness’s performance?

Very stiff and robotic.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

None that I can think of.