Former P.I. Jax Angel needs to make his new life work. After a case had gone tragically wrong, Jax quit the rat race for good.
A month later, he inherited The M Lodge, a privileged gentleman’s club in Portland, Maine. Suits instead of jeans, watching the books instead of surveilling a suspect…yeah, day to day had gotten a little stale.
Until beautiful amateur sleuth Belinda Slade breaks into the place and makes Jax an offer he can’t refuse.
A decade ago, Belinda (Billy to her friends) and her struggling single-parent family suffered a massive double blow. First Billy’s devoted mom passed away then her only treasured possession, a ruby and pearl family heirloom, was stolen.
Now Billy is onto a crack lead. She’s even got a genuine private detective (albeit retired) on the case. Working with Jax Angel and his muscles and his smile must be the bonus, and distraction, of the century. But answers are closer than they think.
It all comes back to Point St. Claire.
Billionaire Angel was an okay book to pass the time. It wasn’t the best I’ve read but it wasn’t bad either. Not that memorable but easy enough to get through when you want a short romance. Just over 100 pages keeps things quite brief but still worth the read.
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