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The Secret Billionaire: A Billionaire Romance Love Story

Covington Billionaires, Book 3
Narrated by: Susan Fouche, Will M. Watt
Length: 9 hrs and 15 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
3.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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He whispered in my ear. Three simple words halted all rational thought....

Patrick:

Women naturally circle the flame of wealth and power, and mine is brighter than most. Does she love me, does she not? There's no way to know. They're all faking something.

When I stopped to help her, Liz mistook me for a carpenter. Maybe this time I'll know.

She resisted me, but it was pointless. I was determined to make her mine.

Everything was perfect.

Until the day she left.

Elizabeth:

He helped me rescue the dog. Simple right? But, nothing about Pat was simple.

It was just a fake kiss. At least that's how it started.

The burger wasn't really a date, was it?

When my car wouldn't start, he offered me a ride but said it would cost me a real dinner date.

I had no idea where that ride would take me.

Buy The Secret Billionaire today and see love find a way.

This story is intended for mature readers. It contains mature themes, strong language, and sexual situations.

©2018 Swann Publications (P)2019 Erin Swann

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Terrible story and narration

simply a waste of credit. narration was terrible, Male seemed to have a lisp and in dual conversation female narrator seemed to be in a different room or on the other end of the phone. characters were weakly developed and epilogue was horrible