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New Yorker Olivia Wheeler, goes from wealth and success to bankruptcy and shame. Struggling single-mother Rosie Dixon, wins an unexpected million pounds. While Olivia struggles to survive, she flees to London. Rosie discovers sudden wealth comes with a ton of problems. Two strangers who have never met, have no clue that each is affecting the other’s destiny.
A well written story of, love, loss, redemption, life altering decisions and secrets revealed. I liked Olivia, seeing a wealthy woman lose it all was devastating. Rosie, struggling to have a nice life for her children is a very likable woman. Watching her win a large sum of money and how her life suddenly changed was intense.
Also the twists, turns, drama and ultimately secrets made this a true five star read. Both women had self discoveries, and life changing situations. Each had to make tough choices and learn to live with their new lives. The plot is original, Olivia and Rosie are likable. I strongly recommend Million Dollar Question to all.
Olivia at the age of 33 takes the new financial world by storm. However when four billion dollars in missing funds is lost on the stock exchange and she becomes broke and flees to her friends in London. She hadn't realised when she was rich that she was cushioned against so many minor unpleasantries. In order to survive she sells her clothes and jewellery and rents a small shabby apartment and works as a waitress. She then meets a guy called Marcus, who wants to do a documentary on the rich and poor divide and gives her a place to stay as long as he can interview her.
How both women learn to cope with their new change in circumstances is remarkable and keeps the reader hooked through a number of dramatic twist and turns by these two very likable heroines that are about to discover a shocking revelation that will change their entire existence.
Ellie Campbell has created a good solid plot that's original with adorable characters' and I would definitely recommend this book to all readers of contemporary romance.
Disclosure: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
My Ranking: 5 Stars
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Another enjoyable read from Ellie Campbell and probably my favourite from the ones I've read so far! 'Million Dollar Question' has two main storylines at its core; one with a focus on rich New Yorker Olivia and the other on single mum Rosie who completely unexpectedy wins a million pounds. I liked both Olivia and Rosie; they're completely different but just as fascinating, and I really loved reading their stories and discovering how everything worked out for them. I loved how the author managed to connect the two storylines to one another. It is quite an original read and I think most of us occasionally dream about winning a lot of money, or take the money we have for granted, without actually realising how it influences our lives and could change everything within a matter of days.
While there is a good and varied cast of characters, I did kind of miss being able to really connect with the characters, especially Olivia and Rosie.Read more ›
Just as a huge financial scandal throws New Yorker, Olivia Wheeler, from wealth and success to bankruptcy and shame, struggling impoverished single-mother Rosie Dixon wins an unexpected million pounds. Good luck? Bad luck? Who can tell? Both women have more in common than they realize. While Olivia struggles to survive her humiliations, fleeing broke and homeless to London, shy unassuming Rosie discovers sudden riches arrive with their own mega-load of problems.
Can workaholic career-obsessed Olivia find a passion for something earthier and warmer than power and prestige? And can Rosie sift through envy and greed to discover true friends, true family and even true love?
Two strangers who’ve never met. Yet neither realizes how each is affecting the other’s destiny or the places their paths touch and fates entwine.
How will they surmount the pitfalls and perils of their outrageous change of fortune?
That is the million dollar question.
I just loved "Looking for La La" by Ellie Campbell and so was eager to read Million Dollar Que$tion which I received a copy of from the author for free in exchange for an honest review.
The book alternates between the two main characters Olivia and Rosie and what happens when one of them looses a fortune and the other gains one.
This book had a great storyline with down to earth characters who felt believable to me. The dialogue felt very real between the characters along with the misunderstandings and reading signals the wrong way. There are some truly hilarious real life scenes where Livvy (Olivia) is trying to hide out from people she used to know.Read more ›
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book from beginning to end. Two women, two very different situations, and the circle of life that comes to a satisfying close. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Miss L Mullarkey
Fabulous read, couldn't put it down!!! Definately one for the summer holiday :-)Published 12 months ago by Laurah
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Written by sisters Pam Burks and Lorraine Campbell writing under the pseudonym ‘Ellie Campbell’, Million Dollar Que$tion is that rare breed of... Read more
Whether you win or lose a lot of money your fate could be the same--people will either try to use you or lose you. No matter what you do--you never seem to get it right. Read morePublished 15 months ago by MikiHope
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