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 Gretchen’s engagement party, Greer finds herself tossed aside and forced to admit that you can’t love someone who doesn’t acknowledge you exist.
It’s a shame he got her pregnant.
After his fiancée betrayed him and tanked his business in one fell swoop, Asher has spent his time trying to rebuild his wealth and forget the past. But he doesn’t understand why Greer blew him off after their night together—until he catches a glimpse of her belly.
Now Asher is willing to do whatever it takes to convince Greer she belongs with him. And he’s very skilled at the art of persuasion.
This installment of the Billionaires series didn't quite win me over as much as I'd hoped that it would. There was a lot of potential in this book with the past relationship and the baby angle but neither Greer nor Asher really won me over, and the back and forth over how to handle their relationship and resolving the issues surrounding how to deal with their child really kind of bogged the whole story down because neither character really convinced me that they were right for the role so to speak. The book was slow, the characters didn't really develop or go anywhere and the ending wasn't something that fulfilled me either. The book was okay but wasn't enough to win me over.
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