And billionaire romance books tend to weave all three of these elements together in one swoon-inducing story. So for all the romance readers who like reading about big bank accounts, luxurious modes of transportation, and a likely dash of emotional unavailability, here are 28 billionaire romance books, with a few millionaires that may have snuck in. When twenty-four year old Eva meets billionaire Gideon in the lobby of her office building, they both feel instantly attracted to each other.
Both must recon with their abusive pasts to give their love a chance of turning into a healthy relationship. An ambitious assistant and her billionaire boss try and thankfully fail to ignore the chemistry between them in this office romance. A former soldier, current billionaire adds an unusual clause to his proposal to buy a failing company.
A heart-melting, own voices romance between a trans male art student and an older genderqueer billionaire. Three billionaire bachelors make a bet about who can find a woman to love them for more than their money. Nathan thinks he may have won the bet and found the woman of his heart in his new assistant, Chloe. Shaira, a Pakistani single mother living in Lahore, tries to put her abusive marriage behind her and provide for her son by agreeing to a marriage in name only to Hussain, a wealthy widower with a meddling, matchmaking mother and young daughter.
CEO Lucas Marks is shocked when his beautiful waitress turns him down. She has dreams of becoming an interior designer. Spoiler alert: no. No list of billionaire romance books would be complete without the BDSM tale of the the young millionaire Christian Grey falling for literature student Ana Steele. The books have been mocked, derided, and demonized. But I and over a hundred million other readers enjoyed the sexy story, so back off haters! If Laszlo goes through with the wedding he will risk his reputation and the future of his company.
Will Laszlo be forced to choose between love and keeping his wealth? And will Trinity find strength to reconcile with her brother and marry the man of her dreams? Pleasure always comes with pain and when secrets are revealed and trust is challenged, who will run and who will be overcome with desire?
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Sort order. Jun 24, Julianna rated it really liked it Shelves: reads , books-in-a-series , pregnant-babies. Liked it more than the first one. Again would have liked this story better if it was all one book instead of broken up into installments, especially because each one isn't really all that long. May 21, Tanielle rated it really liked it. This story seems to get better and better.
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It also needs skillful statecraft , since an order is made, not born. And no matter how ripe the starting conditions or strong the initial desire, maintaining it demands creative diplomacy, functioning institutions, and effective action to adjust it when circumstances change and buttress it when challenges come.
Exposing The Executive's Secrets
Eventually, inevitably, even the best-managed order comes to an end. The balance of power underpinning it becomes imbalanced. The institutions supporting it fail to adapt to new conditions. Some countries fall, and others rise, the result of changing capacities, faltering wills, and growing ambitions. Those responsible for upholding the order make mistakes both in what they choose to do and in what they choose not to do.
But if the end of every order is inevitable, the timing and the manner of its ending are not. Nor is what comes in its wake.
Orders tend to expire in a prolonged deterioration rather than a sudden collapse.