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The Billionaire's InternR did an excellent job setting up each main CHARACTER WE HAVE A GOOD SENSE WHERE THEY We have good sense of where they mentally emotionally and their past history The chemistry between these two is palpable and intense I love the angst already and emotions are already high in such a short novel Very likeable hero and heroine A must read and cannot wait for book two Honestly I really wanted to DNF this one many times but DNF ing 2 books in a row is bad mojo so I just had to suck it up and finish itand thank God it s over The idea of the book wasn t bad it s about a billionaire that comes back from the dead after being stranded on a deserted island and a Manhattan socialite that witnesses her monster of a father being murdered and the writing style either but the characters where awful I understand they both went through traumatic experiences but this books is less romance and let s see if I can fell sorry for myself then you The lack of chemistry between them was my breaking point After the first sex scene which was a pretty nonrealistic first time experience she starts to cry and have a mental break down I now she s entitled to her self pity but could you please not ruin a perfectly good sex scene She feels sorry for herself enough throughout the book and really after sex we want to read in the lines of Or after she Carlyle Marney keeps telling him to let go and that she wants to see the monster in him and I don t mean the one in his pants he tells her she ll regret it and he doesn t want to hurt her etcetera etceteraand at that point I m expecting someind of banging against the walls of pined down from behind angry sex and all we get is some missionary limo sexthat can actually be hot but in this case was just boringso much for the monsterI Shameful know I come out as bitchy and mean but the story really had potential and the author chose to destroy it by focusing on some characteristic of the characters and forgetting that we are in the end reading romance and if we want only drama we can always watch a documentary ARC generously provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Just when you thought you d read every variation of the billionaireingenue trope out thereAlong comes the story of Logan and Addison sending everything you thought younew up in flames of raw unchecked passion and soul deep pain laced needAddison s world was shattered the night that her father was illed by an assassin s bullet as she watched Adding to her grief is the new found nowledge that the privileged life that she has enjoyed was paid for through the cruelty and degradation of human trafficking and prostitutionOnce a star of th Very emotional of human trafficking and prostitutionOnce a star of th Very emotional story about two broken people Especially hero was ultra dark and brooding Sexy and intense read but where was my babykids epilogue would have made the book so much better for me Addison s world shattered when the truth of the ind of man her father was Being shunned was just one aspect of the suffering she had to endure So when her brother gets her an internship with Logan Black this is her chance to gain experience and escape Logan Black was a playboy but that all changed when he returned from the dead Now back from years of being missing Logan is riddled with anxiety and inability to return to the life he once lived I admit this title was picked up for a single word Billionaire I wanted a steamy read that gave me this insecure heroine that was walking into the lion s den of some wealthy CEO type And although I got those things it. Did she now that she's about to get very personal with her billionaire bossCollect all three novels in The Forbidden SeriesTHE BILLIONAIRE'S INTERN by USA TODAY bestselling author Maisey YatesTHE BILLIONAIRE'S FANTASY by USA TODAY bestselling author Kate HewittTHE BILLIONAIRE'S INNOCENT by USA TODAY bestselling author Caitlin Cre. .



Nything with Billionaire in the title I think that has become so overused and such a weak word to describe someone He has money Okay Not saying I don t like stories to describe someone He has money Okay Not saying I don t like stories wealthy men but if the most important thing about him is his money Angel Without Mercy (Agnes Carmichael, kind of boring I spent my twenties in the Dallas areanew a lot of guys with a lot of money and most of them were total jackasses who thought money was all they needed So anywayBut I generally love Maisey Yates books her Presents books were some of the first romances I read when I returned to reading romances and remain some of my favorites So when I saw this on NetGalley of course I wanted to read it And once I began reading it I was so happy to see Austin from Avenge Me in the beginning of the story I absolute loved that bookBut this part 1 is just like 50 pages of the story If I d Gold Rush known it was simply part of a story I wouldn t have bothered reading it I would have waited until I could get the entire story I don t really understand this format I went to to try to figure out what is going on According to their listings this will be released in parts 50 60 pages each every two days First part free June 7 second part 99 cents June 9 next one 250 June 11 and then I think four dollars for the fourth part June 14 Or you could get entire story for six dollars June 17 This concept doesn t make sense to me at all The entire story is less than 200 pages if the listing is correct so why split it up Maybe there is something involved that I simply don t understand or am not aware of Like it s a special promotion of some sort But I don t like it and I was incredibly disappointed when I realized last night that I didn t have an entire storyThe biggest problem though is there is nothing in the first part that makes me feel the need toeep reading it I now that Allison likes Skittles bought by her brother and Logan Black doesn t wear shoes and he doesn t like being around people That isn t enough to make me want to hurry up and purchase part two I ll probably read the entire book when it s available but I really don t like the serial concept at all I like reading a book all at once And after reading the first part I m not in anyway anxiously awaiting the rest of the storyI received a review copy via NetGalley The first part of a four part seriesA well off playboy Logan Black who s yacht goes down on a spur of the moment trip He s then stranded on an island for years Things happened on the island that have changed him forever The event has left him with some emotional and physical scars And major people issuesAddison a perfect socialite who has always done whatever she could to please her father and gain people issuesAddison a perfect socialite who has always done whatever she could to please her father and gain approval But a tragic events change her life forever She now begins to uestion who she is and what she s living for The horrific event of watching her Father die and learning he was covertly head of sex slave operation was shocking and devastating She is ostracized by society hounded by the paparazzi and dumped by her perfect boyfriend chosen of course by her fatherAddisons brother has a solution for his sister and for his long time friend Logan Logan is in need of a PA he is considered a hermit and eccentric so he goes through PA s rather uickly He lives as a recluse in his well protected HotelAddison can benefit from not only his protection from the outside world and media but also in helping her prepare for her career choice as his intern So begins the first part of the series I think the autho. Le they think they've seen it all But temptation has something new in store for each of themIn book 1 The Billionaire's InternWhen Addison Treffen finds herself working for Logan Black the notorious billionaire who literally came back from the dead she thinks it's a safe haven from the shocking scandal surrounding her family Little.

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The first part of this serial introduces us to Addison and Logan two people working through their own nightmares For Logan it s assimilating back into society as THE HEAD OF HIS COMPANY AFTER head of his company after experienced a boat wreck and being marooned for 2 years He s changed from a nown playboy into an anxiety prone reclusive For Addison it s recovering from the horror of having her father shot in front of her and even so to have discovered that he was running a human trafficking ring Hiding out from the press brings her to the seclusion of Logan s company as an intern Most of this part of the story is just setting the stage explaining what has brought them together and giving some insight into their characters both of which I liked There is a suspensef I read the whole book not just the first partAn intriguing mix of broken pieces and self discovery The Billionaires Intern is darkly delicious and not your typical billionaire story Addison has been born and bred to be a socialite She has grown up with everything she ever needed and has enjoyed the spoils of being a sorority sister while studying business But her father s unforgiveable scandalous secret has been uncovered after his murder And these secrets have torn Addison apart and she has been spat out from her glorious social circles and the media coverage is a nightmare Before she nows it Addison is without a father without a home without friends and without a boyfriendLogan Black is the personification of mystery A man at the top of his industry he is completely hidden away from the world in his hotel and no one can get to him Especially not the mediaWhen Addison agrees to become the billionaire s intern complete with accomodation and privacy she jumps at the chance to escape the circus that has become her life But she soon discovers that the mysterious Logan needs something from her as wellAnd so their lives collideI really enjoyed this book It s only the beginning though and if I m honest I have to say I m uite irked by the four installment structure of this story Each part is only about 15 hours worth of reading and should by now be available as one book Instead we are forced to buy each part separately Urgh That being said Logan is completely drool worthy AND THE DARK UNDERTONES OF THIS the dark undertones of this are highly captivating So far this has been a fantastic dip into a seductive sensual world of a billionaire with so much pent up rage and guilt and passion that even a hater of short four parters like me isn t able help myself but dive right into book 2 as well 45 starsThis was a super great start to this serial and I cannot wait to continue with subseuent parts I have enjoyed other of Maisey Yates s books so I was excited to dive into this one Addison and Logan both are uite diverse in terms of their pasts Addison is attracting all sorts of negative attention due to her father s behavior and his recent arrest Logan has been back from his death but still is acclimating back to normal society Part 1 doesn t give too much away and I m dying to now how things are going to progress I want to Gingerbread Heart know of the story and see how both characters are going to be able to move on from their troubled pasts First I should admit I did not understand what I was reading Yes I saw that it was part 1 but I assumed that meant it was the first book in a trilogy When I opened it on myindle I saw it was very short but thought it was a novella in the same vein as the Cosmo Hot ReadsI generally avoid The Forbidden Billionaires who can look but shouldn't touch For Logan Black Jaiven Rodriguez and Zair al Ruyi New York is spread out before them like the Garden of Edenand no one nows the sweet taste of forbidden fruit better than America's most ruthless billionaires Jaded cynical with a darkness that threatens to consume them who. ,


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    ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us Maisey Yates × 6 characters Honestly I really wanted to DNF this one many times but DNF ing 2 books in a row is bad mojo so I just had to suck it up and finish itand thank God it's over The idea of the book wasn't bad it's about a billionaire that comes back from the dead after being stranded on a deserted island and a Manhattan socialite that witnesses her monster of a father being murdered and the writing style either but the characters where

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    ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us Maisey Yates × 6 characters Addison’s world shattered when the truth of the kind of man her father was Being shunned was just one aspect of the suffering she had to endure So when her brother gets her an internship with Logan Black this is her chance to gain experience and escape Logan Black was a playboy but that all changed when he returned from the dead Now back from years of being missing Logan is riddled with anxiety and inability to return to the li

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    ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us Addison has been born and bred to be a socialite She has grown up with everything she ever needed and has enjoyed the spoils of being a sorority sister while studying business But her father's unforgiveable scandalous sec

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    ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB × Maisey Yates Maisey Yates × 6 characters The first part of a four part seriesA well off playboy Logan Black who's yacht goes down on a spur of the moment trip He's then stranded on an

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    Maisey Yates × 6 characters ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us Very emotional love story about two broken people Especially hero was ultra dark and brooding Sexy and intense read but where was my babykids epilogue? would have made the book so much better for me

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    Maisey Yates × 6 characters review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB × Maisey Yates ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us I read the whole book not just the first partAn intriguing mix of broken pieces and self discovery The Billiona

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    review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB × Maisey Yates Maisey Yates × 6 characters ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us First I should admit I did not understand what I was reading Yes I saw that it was part 1 but I assumed that mean

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    ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us Just when you thought you'd read every variation of the billionaireingenue trope out thereAlong comes the story of Logan and Addison sending everything you thought you knew up in flames of raw unchecked passion and soul deep pain laced needAddison's world was shattered the night that her father was killed by an assassin's bullet as she watc

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    review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB × Maisey Yates ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us Maisey Yates × 6 characters The first part of this serial introduces us to Addison and Logan two people working through their own nightmares For Logan it's assimilating back into society as the head of his company after having experienced a boat wreck and being marooned for 2 years He's changed from a known playboy into an anxiety prone reclusive For Addiso

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    ( BOOK The Billionaire's Intern ) ç Maisey Yates – pandoraringsjewelry.us Maisey Yates × 6 characters 45 starsThis was a super great start to this serial and I cannot wait to continue with subseuent parts I have enjoyed other of Maisey Yates's books so I was excited to dive into this one Addison and Logan both are uite diverse in terms of their

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