The marriage is fake. But for a sassy chef and an arrogant billionaire, the sparks are realJackson The Beast Boudreaux is rich, gorgeous, and unbelievably rude to the staff at Chef Bianca Hardwicks New Orleans restaurant. Bianca would sooner douse herself in hot sauce than cook for Jackson again, but when he asks her to cater his fund-raiser, Bianca cant refuse, knowing the cash will help pay her mothers medical bills. Then Jackson makes another outrageous request: Marry me. The unconventional offer includes an enormous summoney Bianca desperately needs, even if it does come with a contractand a stunning ring.The heir to a family bourbon dynasty, Jackson knows the rumors swirling around him. The truth is even darker. Still, he needs a wife to secure his inheritance, and free-spirited, sassy Bianca would play the part beautifully. Soon, though, their simple business deal evolves into an emotional intimacy hes built walls to avoid.As the passion heats up between them, Bianca and Jackson struggle to define which feelings are real and which are for show. Is falling for your fake fianc the best happy endingor a recipe for disaster?...
|Title||:||Burn for You (Slow Burn #1)|
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Burn for You (Slow Burn #1) Reviews
She was my religion. My north and south, my heaven and earth, the axis of rightness around which everything had suddenly aligned. For the first time in my life, all my polarized parts worked as one, humming happily along in harmony with the universe, finally understanding their place.
Looking for a perfectly paced slow burn romance? Well, I've got your fix right here! This series is so appropriately titled, and for this slow burn lover? I gobbled it right up.
Bianca Hardwick is a talen ...more
1/2 cup of Slap,Slap,Kiss,
1/3 cup of marriage of convenience,
a dash of cliches,
add a pinch of dirty talk and voila the perfect book for me!!
P.S. Jackson Boudreaux is mine!!!
The old romance trope where two total opposites fight like cats and dogs until they suddenly realize they're crazy about each other
well, that's how the first encounter starts between a grumpy, broody, rude billionaire Jackson Boudreaux and Bianca Hardwick, Chef/owner of a New Orleans' restaurant.
It's not even pretty but each of them hold their own, yet the sparks fly, even though they fight it, through out the relentless pent up bickering...
Who was the real Jackson Boudreaux? The Beast tha...more
OMG OMG OMG
My ship heart has been so blessed this past days!
Okay, this book is SO GOOD.
I didn’t expect to love this as much as I did, and I’m so happy it lived up to my expectations.
I can’t believe I never heard anything about it before.
I thought this book would have a lot of drama like most contemporary romances do, but NO, is was a fast, funny, entertaining, adorable read.
I absolutely adore all of the characters!! They are so good.
This is a very slow-burn romance that made me so happy! S ...more
4,5 stars, actually
How can you create wonders with the common trope of “enemies-to-lovers” and “fake relationship”?
This book has a popular romance trope: Enemies to lovers! And as main characters, we have a grumpy and arrogant billionaire and a sweet and sassy Southern belle. Then, a fake engagement!
Everything sounds cliché, right?
It sounds like this book is no different from the many other similar romance books, right?
Well, surprisingly, this book ...more
My Reaction To This Book
The Cover Does Not Fit The Couple (WHY?????)
Interacial Couple Deserves A Interacial Cover
At 40% The Heroine Slaps The Hero
IMO Not For A Good Reason
It Went Downhill From The Slap
The Heroine Uses The Phrase "Sweet Baby Jesus"
Not Twice But A Total Of 15 Times
And Then Once During Sex
All I Could Think About Is Will Ferrell In Talladega Nights
MISCOMMUNICATION (Which I Hate)
Love This Author Her Book Is One Of My Favs
Oh Well ...more
I’ve heard of JT Geissenger in my book feeds but now I realise what I’ve been missing out by not reading her work. BURN FOR YOU delighted my literary senses from start to finish. The two main characters were both hugely likeable in their reality, completely lacking perfection, both stubborn and fun to observe clashing. This book is a piece of wonderful hate to love with great story substance.
Jackson is like a grisly bear, a pathetic communicator, preferring to shout or grunt. He met his ...more
I laughed out loud so many times while reading this, it was too funny not to.
“You just told me I wasn’t nice to you. Why would you like me?”
His eyes started to burn. “You’re honest. And real. And you don’t care about my money—”
“Ha! So you offer me a million dollars of it?”
I loved Bianca’s sassiness and spunk and the fact that she doesn’t take crap from anyone.
Jackson was too cute not to like him either. Even though he comes across rude and mean, he’s actually a really nice guy with a golden hear ...more