In the tradition of E.L. James and Sylvia Day comes a sultry new series starring women who want to live out their wildest dreams . . .
When it comes to love, this billionaire is all business . . .
Software mogul Christina McKenzie has loved billionaire Sebastian Blake since they were kids. So when Seattle's most famous bachelor-and perennial playboy-finally asks Christina out, her fantasies kick into overdrive. Things become hot and heavy . . . but what's she supposed to do when she starts to fall for him? Sebastian's never been one to settle down, and Christina knows she's just another notch in his bedpost.
Sebastian knows that smart, kind Christina deserves better than him. But after the mind-blowing night they just shared, he's ready to turn a sexy fling into the real deal. Keeping his freedom is one thing, yet keeping Christina in his bed-and in his life-is all Sebastian can think about . . .
Some Billionaire books can be a hit or miss with me because they all seem the same but Winning the Billionaire definitely had a uniqueness to it that had me hooked from the beginning. This is my first book by Stewart and needless to say I will be looking to reading more from her in the future.
Since I didn't read the first book in this series I wasn't really sure what to expect going into this but I really liked Sebastian and Cristina's story. These two have known each other since they were kids and Sebastian is Cristina's brothers best friend and Cristina has always loved him but what she didn't know is that he has always loved her as well. After Baz deals with his fathers death Tina comes to help him out. After a kiss Baz is hooked and is out to show Tina that she should give them a chance.
This two had a unique relationship while they both have feelings for one another there dynamic as friends is more then interesting. Cristina thinks that Baz thinks of her as a younger sister but that couldn't be more wrong. This story had some pretty hot scenes but what drew me in was the romance that was growing between these two. I enjoyed how Baz took the time and tried to woo her with all her favorite things and it really just showed how much he actually paid attention to her.
Stewart really brought these characters to life and while reading I couldn't wait for them to finally end up together. I enjoyed reading this story so much I definitely want to continue this series just to see what will come next and see how it will play out.