100 Shades of Sin…
In The Billionaires, Calista Fox delivers a sexy and sensuous friends-to-lovers tale with a delicious love triangle twist.
Jewel Catalano, Rogen Angelini, and Vin D’Angelo had been childhood best friends, spending every possible moment with one another. Rogen became her first love, the first one to show her what pleasure could be. Until a volatile feud erupted between their powerful California wine country families and she and Rogen were torn apart from each other. What she didn’t expect was to find comfort and passion like she had never known in Vin’s arms and bed. But when that too ended in disaster, Jewel moved to San Francisco to work for the Catalano empire. Years later, a series of daring acquisitions brings Jewel back to River Cross, the hometown where Rogen and Vin have recently returned as well. Jewel has the curves, the smarts, and the success to bring any man to his knees—especially the two men who remained best friends and still burn to possess her.
Mixing family business with erotic pleasure ignites a smoldering love triangle. But in order to pull off the bold deal that will build the trios’ own legacy and to stay in their heady, sensual paradise, they must discover what true love really is—or lose everything their hearts’ desire, in The Billionaires by Calista Fox.
The Billionaires follows Jewel Castalano. She’s a wealthy entrepreneur who has loved two men in her entire life. Rogen Angelini and Vin D’Angelo. Two men who left her heartbroken at a young age. Two men who are her family’s rivals.
The Castalanos and the Angelinis have had a feud that’s lasted almost a decade. With that feud comes land that both families own and refuse to sell to one another. Well, Jewel wants that land and she’s gonna work hard to get it.
She strikes a deal with Gian Angelini, Rogens father, to acquire the land. But being back at their estate thrusts her back into her romantic fling with Rogen. Which in turn, gets her back with Vin also.
This book is all about the romance between the three and how they want to get their families to quit their feud so they can work together again and be romantic out in public.
I was really excited to pick this book up. It had a slow start and I had a hard time getting into the story line. It finally started picking up a couple of chapters in. I thought this book was going to have more drama. Even the family drama is kind of boring.
I didn’t like Jewel too much. I couldn’t tell you why though, I just didn’t like her. I sorta liked Rogen and Vin. Although, we don’t get too much on them.
I do have the second book to this series and I’m not entirely sure when I’ll pick it up because if it’s anything like this one, I’m not going to thoroughly enjoy it.