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The Billionaire Bum by [Blair, Samantha]
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4.4 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Length: 222 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 451 KB
  • Print Length: 222 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004RR14IO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #216,407 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The title of this book is very unfortunate and a little off putting.It is about a billionaire who is challenged to swop his rich and priveleged life for that of a down and out homeless person.To experience the poor (at it worst) way of life.He accepts and encounters many people on the way through his adventure good and bad.He also meets a girl,so there is a love interest too,but in a nice way not all those porn sections you come across in a lot of the free or low cost books.Which I hate.It was a very good read and I could not put it down,it keeps you entertained right through to the end.I downloaded this book when it was free but even if I had to pay for this book I would still have taken it,for a low cost book it does warrant 5 stars.I am looking forward to reading more of Samantha Blair's books. The Billionaire Bum
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Got a kindle for Christmas and am hoovering up kindle books. This was a great price so one click and it was mine. Hadn't read this author before but will in the future. A lovely easy reading book with a few twists. The characters are well described. If you want a good night in with a bottle of wine, then this is the book to read. You will have a smile on your face the whole time. Enjoy.
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I bought this booked purely on the reviews here. Glad I did cos the name was putting me off.. However it was a lovely read and the characters where well written and I wanted to know more about them.
Will definatley look for more by this author
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I was a bit wary of this and didn't expect too much ( it was only 76p), but I really enjoyed it, I liked the way the author told the story from each persons perspective and how easily it flowed.

It was a nice story with a happy ending - what more can you ask for.
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I so wanted to give this more stars but I couldn't justify more than a three star. Don't get me wrong, it's a fun read but I got a little bit annoyed though that eveyone had a turn at their point of view, and I mean everyone - well actually I can't recall Alissa's dad having a spot but he is totally in the minority. I get why in some respects everyone had a POV but I thought it too much as some points of the story were gone over twice as we read each POV. I didn't feel the need to get into every character's head.

I also pondered the fact had they use protection when they finally 'hit the sack' together? Was it left to our imagination? Not sure on that particular point but I felt the lack of protective sex instantly and as it had been consented or discussed I found that a little odd of the author to not have it mentioned.

That said though, I did enjoy the premise, just wish it had been executed a little differently and then it would have a been a whole different ball game reader captivation wise.
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One of the things which really works in this book is the way the author uses the first person to tell the story from a variety of different viewpoints; especially when she overlaps and we learn what each character is thinking in a situation. It could have been a mess, but it is handled really well.

The characters are engaging, and while the billionaire hero is something of a cliche in romance writing, the author described elements of that rarified world which are not always desirable.

It was so nicely written for the most part that it might have got 5-stars. Unfortunately, towards the end, the author pushed in the obligatory and gratuitous sex scenes. Since she had already convinced the reader of the attachment between this couple, the human biology lesson really wasn't necessary and it jarred.

Lastly, there were some formatting errors to be corrected - for instance, quite frequently the text was indented and justified to the right, resulting in half-width columns of print.

Great little read for the price, though.
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