Series | Million Dollar #1
Narrator: Grace Grant, Ryan West
Release Date | May 28, 2019
Published by Brilliance Audio, Montlake Romance
Genres | Contemporary
Format | Audiobook, eBook
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Big-city sophistication meets carnal hunger in this devilish contemporary romance from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Katy Evans.
Heir apparent to her father’s company, Lizzy Banks needs a man. The perfect man. But when the rich “fundbabies” she usually rubs shoulders with prove impossible to hire, she takes a chance on a raw beast of a man salvaged from the wreckage of a bar brawl.
James Rowan earns a modest income as a YouTube daredevil, but he can’t refuse Lizzy’s million dollar deal. As she polishes his rough edges, creating a sophisticated gentleman fit for the highest circles of society, not only does she bring out the perfect man—it’s like she’s making the man of her dreams. How can she resist?
Though Lizzy loves seeing James in his clothes—and out of them—he isn’t the kind of man you bring home to Daddy. Her father’s disapproval and the pressure of the campaign have her eyeing the straight and narrow, but Lizzy’s finding it awfully hard to resist the devil on her shoulder…
Maybe it’s because I took some time before I finally was able to get to this one, but I didn’t mind this at all. I added on to the experience and decided to listen to the audiobook and I really enjoyed it.
I’ll have to say that this was an interesting concept and not one that I’ve read before. I will say that it wasn’t my favorite kind of plot, but it was still a good read.
I can’t say that Lizzy is a huge a favorite, but she was definitely someone to come around to. She definitely worked her a** off to get her dad to finally approve of everything she’s done for him. But she had a lot of growth as the story went along, she became stronger and started to stand up for herself.
And my goodness, James was a bit rough around the edges, but I love how he didn’t care what people though of him. And how loyal he was to his brother and Lizzy. He was relentless and I was just waiting for Lizzy to give in.
Million Dollar Devil wasn’t my favorite of Katy Evans, but I genuinely enjoyed the heck out of this!
Narrators: Honestly, these two weren’t my favorite narrators, but I still managed to get through the audiobook. It’s the voiceovers that get to me sometimes.
major thank you to the publisher for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.