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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

The Billionaire's Lady by Cooper McKenzie

The Billionaire’s Lady by Cooper McKenzie
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc.
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (71 pgs)
Other: M/F, bdsm
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Violet

Having overdosed on a week of sex, Adam comes up with a unique game of visual and verbal teasing to test his and Margot's control. After he breaks the rules, Adam announces that she will be meeting his council that evening and the entire pack the next.

But before the meetings, Margot drops a bombshell of her own. Her brother Matt, a straight-laced, conservative Santa Fe cop, is coming to visit. Margot is worried that he will try to talk Adam out of loving her. Upon his arrival, Adam learns that Matt has secrets of his own.

At the pack meeting, Margot faces off with Leigh Kincaid-Thorne, who’d attacked her twice just the week before. In doing so, Margot proves to herself and the pack that she is more than capable of being The Billionaire’s Lady.

“Vanilla, cinnamon and honey.” What if that scent told you that this woman was your mate for life?

This is exactly what happened to Billionaire werewolf and pack alpha Adam Thomasson when he meets Margot Jackson in the prequel to this book, The Billionaire’s Mate. This short story takes place a couple days later. And it’s a wonderfully, hot extension of the first book.

Margot and Adam are literally sexed out and are attempting to take a day's break for Margot to recover. Their alternative to actual intercourse is utterly erotic. I commend Ms. McKenzie’s creativity here because her detailed scenes had my temperature rising and left me blushing. To be perfectly honest, the air always sizzles between Margot and Adam.

Then Margot’s strong brother comes to town. Although Margot’s never felt her brother approved of her, when he meets Adam she actually discovers something quite different. Margot’s brother is actually more like Adam than she thought. Then they attend the pack meeting and Margot is again confronted by her nemesis Leigh from the first book. This time though, Adam doesn’t save her, she saves herself. I loved this part! It showed that Margot had grown assured over the course of the two books which was wonderful. I would note here, that I’d recommend reading The Billionaire’s Mate before this book. I will say that I don’t think you’ll find either a waste of money, I certainly didn’t.

In The Billionaire’s Lady, Ms. McKenzie brings us a wonderful part two to Margot and Adam’s love story. It has wonderfully detailed sex, great tension, and a wonderful story that will leave you with a smile on your face. I highly recommend The Billionaire’s Lady. It garners five cherries.

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