Review - Right Billionaire, Wrong Wedding by Victoria DaviesSunday, September 18, 2016
Right Billionaire, Wrong Wedding
by Victoria Davies
Expected Publication: October 10th, 2016
Publisher: Entangled Publishing LLC
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Darian King has never met a challenge he couldn’t handle. Running a billion-dollar corporation? Piece of cake. Hostile takeovers? A walk in the park. But when his little sister begs him to plan her wedding, Darian finds himself less than prepared for the task. Luckily, he knows just who to ask for help.
Allison Reed wants nothing more than to leave King Enterprises behind. Being the personal assistant to a man like Darian is a 24/7 job. Asking her to help plan a wedding is simply the icing on the stress-filled cake but to leave she needs a glowing reference and will do anything to get it. Even plan a wedding with the man of her dreams.
Stepping outside the office has unexpected consequences. Darian doesn’t believe in relationships, yet he’s starting to see Allison in a whole new light. But he doesn’t know her secret, and she fears that by the time the vows are exchanged, she won’t just be leaving her job behind but her heart as well.
After all the heavy reading that I've done for the past week, this book was exactly what I needed! A perfect light reading to go with a fun, bubbly mood, but can also induce slight tears if you have a weak, emotional heart like mine :p
Allison has been working as Darian's personal assistant for four whole years, she knew him like the back of her hand and vice versa. As much as she loved her job, she decided that it's time for a change. Through the years, her never ending responsibilities (Darian) had demanded her life. Countless late nights and living on takeouts was not the kind of life that Allison envisioned for her future. Just when she decided to tender her resignation, she was handed with an impossible task - planning for a wedding in under a month! It will be her last project, but would it also be her last chance to convince Darian of love?
For a light read, I really loved the underlying theme of the story. Allison was such a refreshing change! What I expected was a sappy romance, but Darian and Allison surprised me in the end. I loved how dedicated Darian was towards making a living for his sister, I also loved how Allison has the courage to choose what's best for her (God knows how tough it is to leave our comfort zone). The romance was steamy, the conversation was funny, this is a contemporary romance at its best.
Aside from the plain cover, the book was a 5/5 for me. Such a sweet, romantic read!