I just lost my half of five billion dollars.
Five. Billion. F*#king dollars.
The voicemail still chimed in my skull: “Your father is dying. The inheritance is no longer yours or your brother’s. If you want that money, you’re going to have to play by some… unconventional rules.”
Rules? Screw that. I didn’t get this far by following anyone’s rules.
But I did know one thing. If this was a competition between my brother and I for the entire King Family fortune...
I was going to win.
That’s probably exactly what my brother was saying right now, too. He and I hate each other, we have for years. We know hate, and we know what it means to compete.
What we didn't know was how messed up these "rules" would be. You see, to get our inheritance, we've got to do something drastic.
Knock someone up.
That's right. If I want my money, I've got to get a girl pregnant. One thing’s for sure, my sleepy town of Caldwell Hope is in for a rude awakening.
Lock up your wives, your girlfriends, your daughters--everyone is fair game when it comes to winning this damn contest.
The King brothers are coming home.
All hell’s about to break loose.
I'm a real life bad boy author, and this is my debut novel. The Billionaire Takes All is written from the perspectives of the two King Family brothers. This is their journey to screw the other one over, find love, and eventually father a child.
This full-length standalone novel is filled with sabotage, long lost love, second chances, and enough steamy to fog up your tablet.
Get ready for some romance that'll make you sweat.
Richard King is the tough as nails, straight as an arrow CEO, who is used to getting his own way. Lucas "Lucky Luke" King is the carefree rockstar. Neither brother can be in each other's presence for too long before the fighting begins. They are called home by their father, who is dying, and are told that the will has been changed. Only one son will get the billions - who ever produces the first grandchild. And there are stipulations - they cannot pay someone and the person must come from their hometown.
Reading this book I felt as if I was getting a two-for-one read. Both brothers set out with only one thing on their minds - beating the other to win the billions. And the lengths these two will go to to undermine the other is quite funny.
The female-love interests, for each of the brothers fits them perfectly. This is a romance, but it was more about rebuilding a family relationship. This was a gentle and fantastic read, especially for a debut author, and I found myself smiling the whole time.