The Billionaire’s Touch︱Book Review

The Billionaire’s Touch By J.S. Scott

Publication Date: March 22, 2016

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After a troubling childhood, wealthy Evan Sinclair likes his life orderly and controlled. He rarely gives in to spontaneous urges—until he begins a chance correspondence with a mystery woman who sounds like his complete opposite. She intrigues and amuses him, and the interest seems mutual…which is more than he can say for his current obsession, Miranda Tyler, the tough-as-nails, sexy school teacher who’s made it clear she’s not impressed—or interested.

Miranda finally has it all: a good job, friends, and the security of living in the quaint coastal town of Amesport, Maine. She even has an anonymous pen pal—a man she’s never met yet has bonded with almost effortlessly. The only thing unsettling her life is Evan Sinclair. The handsome billionaire is arrogant, pompous, and far too used to getting his way. Miranda tries her best to avoid him, until Evan’s steamy kiss turns her world upside down.

Soon their red-hot desire is scorching the sheets and has them both spinning out of control. But when secrets are revealed, will their insatiable attraction keeps them together or force them apart? In J.S. Scott’s The Billionaire’s Touch, the eldest Sinclair just might have met his match.

Another great Sinclair story. I listened and read this book through my Kindle unlimited membership like I have done with the others. 

I have been waiting to hear Evan Sinclair’s story from the first book. Evan is the oldest Sinclair brother and he doesn’t like to have fun. He is uptight, bossy, and very arrogant. He likes to have control in all aspects of his life and has a very dominant and controlling personality. I thought he was quite strange and I didn’t know if I was really going to like him. He is so much different from his other brothers and I didn’t know if he could live up to their standards. Miranda (Randi) is a loving and compassionate school teacher. Not only does she spend her normal working days working as a teacher but she also volunteers time at the center as a tutor for students outside of class. Though Randi isn’t perfect and has her own burdens to carry, both see they are more alike than they think.

While I thought this book was a little different than the other Sinclair brothers, I also didn’t believe that I would like this book as much as I did the other three. Haven’t seen too much like an asshole to actually win me over. But once we learned more about him and what he went through as a child I understood why he was the way he was and grew to love him even more. Watching both Evan and Randi go from frenemy’s to lovers was great. You can really tell that both of them were very leery of the situation that they were getting into with each other. But their feelings felt genuine and not forced.

I really don’t know how J.S. Scott does it but even though these stories are similar because they are brothers and they all tie in together, each story feels different and makes me come back for more every time. She puts just the right amount of drama, sex, love and emotion in each story she tells.  

Again another ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ star read!

About the Author:

J.S. “Jan” Scott is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling romance author. She’s an avid reader of all types of books and literature, but romance has always been her genre of choice. Writing what she loves to read, Jan pens both contemporary and paranormal romances. They are almost always steamy, generally feature an alpha male, and include a happily ever after—she just can’t seem to write them any other way! Jan lives in the beautiful Rocky Mountains with her husband and two very spoiled German shepherds, and she loves to connect with readers.

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