Scandalous: Scandalous Billionaires

Scandalous: Scandalous Billionaires[Reading] ➶ Scandalous: Scandalous Billionaires Author Drew Sinclair – Scandalous
When is the attraction between a man and a woman too scandalous to be contemplated?
year old multibillionaire CEO Jason Demovic has the looks of a movie star, the body of a cage Scandalous When is the attraction between a man and a woman too scandalous to be contemplated? year old multibillionaire CEO Jason Demovic has the looks of a movie star, the body of a cage fighter and the wealth of Bill Gates year old newly qualified psychotherapist Melissa Price has a MENSA level IQ, the appearance of a prim school mistress and the bank account of a pauper He wants her She needs him He's got to have her She longs for his desire Only problem is, a therapist and client should never, ever, ever Scandalous: Scandalous PDF \ be together Download now to find out who wins and who loses in this steamy battle of the sexes!.


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  • Kindle Edition
  • 200 pages
  • Scandalous: Scandalous Billionaires
  • Drew Sinclair
  • English
  • 10 December 2018

10 thoughts on “Scandalous: Scandalous Billionaires

  1. Aimz says:

    I really don't have a clue what I just read. This was the most random, badly edited, and flat out bipolar book I've ever seen. The plot had potential. The actual story? Not even close. Half the time I didn't know what was going on. The rest of the time the were trying not to sex it up. Then boom it's just straight up naked time. And no guy can do it that much. Just wtf did I just read?! This was a train wreck I couldn't stop looking at.

  2. MiniMe says:

    The idea for this story was interesting. It had potential to be good. The fail came in the execution. There are so many loose ends that the whole thing just unravelled. The storyline was so disjointed and the proofreading/editing so bad that I initially thought my Kindle had malfunctioned and didn't download properly. Alas, that wasn't the case. I finished this story and said out loud what the hell did I just read?! . Is it possible for a book to have a personality disorder? Maybe Dr. Price should have analyzed this book instead of Jason.

  3. Deborah says:

    Fantastic book

    Kept you interested and on your toes. Great descriptions. Storyline was believable and flowed without any boredom or lack of interest. Left you wanting to read more about Jason and Melissa.

  4. Susan Willis says:

    Unbelievable unrealistic characters, large plot holes & timeline mistakes . 2 different planes to Paris . Why ? Did not take into account 5 hour time difference between Paris & NY

  5. Ingeborg says:

    A weird and confusing book

  6. Shonnie says:

    Hickory Dickory Dock type book

    Hickory Dickory Dock type book

    It started off ok and grabbed my attention. But then it turned into some hickory dickory doc nursery rhyme type drama. Quick summary, the heroine was a psychotherapist with degrees from very prestigious schools (Harvard and Stanford?). With the alphabet behind her name she was clueless which would make you wonder how she graduated to become a doctor. There were numerous grammatical errors and sentences such as whole paragraphs that were repeating (could be a Kindle issue). Justin Beiber was mentioned as a Rock Star (I thought he made Pop music). The transition was disjointed and scenes were missing or never explained. Overall, I never got a chance to connect to the characters. **SPOILER ALERT** The way the author wrote about the supervisor (upon introduction) the reader knew he was trouble.

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  7. Nelly Ramos says:


    I love all of it. Jason Demovic and Melissa make a great couple. Melissa is a psychiatrist struggling with her career and her life. Jason Demovic needs helps and the only one that can help him is Melissa. She knows she shouldn't get emotional involved with him but she just wants to break every rule in the book. Because patient and psychiatric shouldn't get emotional involved. I love the sex part is really hooooooot. I highly recommend this book you won't regret it.

  8. Anna says:

    Great book some things were a little unrealistic, but it's fiction I'll call it artistic license, but overall the story line was smooth and flowed nicely. This author knows how to lay down a story and make you feel a part of that story.

  9. Becky says:

    lots of spelling/gramatical errors.

  10. Isha Coleman says:

    Enjoyable read. The story was good. The editing however left a lot to be desired. That needs work.

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