THE BILLIONAIRE'S FAVORITE MISTAKE is Book 4 in Jessica
Clare's fabulous Billionaires and Bridesmaids series.
This is a great book for romance fans who enjoy "friends-
to-lovers" stories and unrequited love. Asher Sutton and
Greer Chadha-Janssen have been friends for years and,
unbeknownst to Asher, Greer has been in love with him
since almost the moment they met in college. THE
BILLIONAIRE'S FAVORITE MISTAKE shows what happens when a
man finally realizes that what he needed was within his
grasp all along, and what happens when a woman who is
often overlooked or neglected is finally pursued. Asher
and Greer are not what I expected, but following the
highs and lows of their relationship kept me riveted.
Jessica throws in a heaping helping of humor in THE
BILLIONAIRE'S FAVORITE MISTAKE to balance the drama.
Kiki, Bunni, and Tiffi -- the triplet girlfriends of
Greer's father -- act as a wacky Greek chorus. In spite
their goofiness and inane remarks, I like how Greer and
Asher treat the triplets with kindness. I liked the
interactions Greer has with Kiki, and how Jessica Clare
makes Kiki a little more than just a stock bimbo
character. The friendships between Greer and her
girlfriends, along with their hilarious texts are another
element that elevates this story to being fantastic and a
story that should be on fans' "must read" lists.
THE BILLIONAIRE'S FAVORITE MISTAKE is the kind of
delicious romance I hunger for. The history Greer and
Asher have together make their romance more intense and
the sexual tension exquisite. THE BILLIONAIRE'S FAVORITE
MISTAKE has the right blend of longing, steaminess, and
fun. I can't wait until the next Billionaires and Bridesmaids book to find out
what romantic adventures
await Greer's friends.
A hot one night stand between friends might spark true
love in the latest Billionaires and Bridesmaids novel from
the New York Times bestselling author of
Billionaire Takes a Bride.
Greer has always been there for Asher, but she wishes she
could break through her shyness and show how much she truly
loves him. But after a steamy, mindless fling at Hunter and
Gretchenâ€™s engagement party, Greer finds herself tossed
aside and forced to admit that you canâ€™t love someone who
doesnâ€™t acknowledge you exist.