- Series: Wager of Hearts (Book 1)
- Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Montlake Romance (July 21, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1503944093
- ISBN-13: 978-1503944091
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.2 inches
Self-made billionaire Nathan Trainor feels restless and disillusioned. His company may be thriving, but he can’t find a woman who sees him for more than his wealth. With his love life in the red, he meets two other billionaire bachelors at the ultra-exclusive Bellwether Club. The three of them make a wager of the heart: they must find women who love them for who they are, not their money.
Savvy office temp Chloe Russell is trying to scrape together the money she needs to support her grandmother. So when a flu epidemic strikes Trainor Electronics and she’s promoted to Nathan Trainor’s assistant, she jumps at the lucrative opportunity. But then Nathan himself falls ill, and he and Chloe must work from his penthouse while he recuperates. Before long, it’s clear there’s genuine heat between them, and it’s more than just a fever spike. Will Nathan win Chloe’s heart—and the bet? Or will their differences destroy any chance for love?
I was curious , but on the back foot due to the fact that this kind of idea is not very new.
When the story begins we met savvy office temp Chloe Russell, that is trying to scrape together the money she needs to support her grandmother, and when a flu epidemic strikes on Trainor Electronics she sees herself being promoted to Nathan Trainor’s assistant.
The flu attacks Nathan, and he and Chloe are forced to work on Nathan’s penthouse while he recuperates.
And we know what happens… they start to feel an atraction for eachother.
I will not delve much because I do not want to give any kind of spoiler to someone who is interested in reading this book..
I liked the end and the character i like the most was Chloe’s grandmother.
I liked this reading, but it was not an awesome one. It’s that kind of book that is good to be a summer read, or just to pass the time.
I tried to do an honest review cause I think just because NetGalley gave the book to read, I am on an obligation to write that the book was amazing and so on , when in the fact is not.