The Billionaire’s Secret

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Can a bad boy turn good?

Billionaire Maxwell Banks enjoyed his single life. He was free to do what he wanted, until a blast from his past showed up on his doorstep with a daughter he didn’t know he had. Now, he is forced to become a father overnight, and he has no idea what he’s doing. Can he change to become the role model she needs?

Alyssa Miller hasn’t had the best luck with past relationships, and she’s heard nothing but negative comments about Maxwell, but when she is tasked with helping him care for Peyton, she begins to see a different side of him. Will she fall for the one man she is sure will break her heart, or can he be redeemed?

Find out in this stand-alone romance in the Sweet Billionaires collection – originally titled A Father’s Love. Just click the “Buy Now” button above.

3 reviews for The Billionaire’s Secret

  1. LadyM

    I’ve listened to a few books now by this author, and I didn’t realize until this book that it’s the author narating! she does a really good job, I like the tone of her voice a lot. especially for a clean, Christian romance, it’s soothing. I did not expect to tear up at this story, but I did. it was really sweet to see max and Payton together. I will definitely check out the next book in the series

  2. Inishowen Cailín

    Quite a nice story although it glossed too breezily over serious issues e.g a dying mother handing over her child to someone forever as if she was just giving them a piece of luggage, a 3 year girl losing her mother and being ok with it because Jesus talked to her in a dream and was going to send her a new mommy. Plz.
    I appreciate the Christian sentiment but I prefer a healthy dose of realism at the same time.

  3. Patricia Reichardt

    Maxwell and Alyssa bring out all the feels in this sweet and inspirational story. Maxwell starts us off with finding out he has a daughter,Peyton and is going to have to take care of her. When things get to overwhelming, he calls Alyssa, Peyton’s mother’s best friend. With his reputation proceeding him, Alyssa helps him out looking out for Peyton. But what these two don’t realize is how life changes and how circumstances draw people together. Loranna Hoopes weaves a story using faith and love, showing Maxwell and Alyssa a path to happiness. It’s sweet and easy to get lost in! I found myself caught up in the story, loving Helen the nanny and Peyton as well as rooting for Maxwell and Alyssa. Though it carries some sadness and grief, the story gives us a wonderful message and a happy ending!

    The narration of the story is wonderful. I hesitate sometimes if I see an author doing their own narration, but I love Hoopes’s performance. She has a talent for voices and gives the story the portrayal she wants to emanate. Her voice is pleasing and I look forward to more from her.

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