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Review: Resisting the Billionaire (Bishop Brothers, #1) by Allie Winters

When I’m forced to make a deal with my father to marry the woman of his choosing for a business deal, I never expected to find someone I connect with. Someone who doesn’t fawn all over me because I’m the heir to a billion dollar fortune. Someone who sees the real me. And someone I can’t get enough of in turn.
There’s only one problem – I can’t have her. She’s the wedding planner.

It’s the chance of a lifetime – plan the wedding of a billionaire’s son that’ll put my event planning business on the map and get me out of debt. A no brainer, right?
Except the bride wants nothing to do with this arranged marriage. And as the groom and I get closer, the professional lines between us blur until there’s something there neither of us can deny. With my business on the line and our chemistry off the charts, I’m torn whether I should keep resisting the one person I never expected to fall for.

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Resisting The Billionaire follows the story of Mackenzie & Gabriel. When we first meet up with Gabriel, his father has just thrown down the gauntlet and demanded that Gabriel marry. Unfortautnely, for him, he has no interest in marrying who his father has chosen. He’s hooked on the one girl he can’t have….

Overall, I thought this book was a quick read. I thought the characters were interesting and I enjoyed this author’s take on the billionaire trope. Gabriel was a bit unexpected. He knew what he wanted and wasn’t afraid to go after it. He was a man of his own mind. Mackenzie was a great character. She didn’t fall for Gabriel’s charm and always tried to do the right thing even if it was the last thing that she wanted. Together, I thought the two of them had great chemistry and I enjoyed their push and pull. 

Resisting The Billionaire was a quick and easy read for me. This is my first book by this author and I think she has a lot of great potential. I look forward to checking out more of her books in the future.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

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