4 star


Bidding on the Billionaire

Seattle Bachelors #1

By J.M. Stewart

Brought to you by OBS reviewer Una

Bidding on the Billionaire

Those are just a few advantages of Internet “dating.” Even better, as far as Hannah Miller is concerned, is the fact that she can shed all inhibitions without worrying about what he thinks of her figure or her face. “He” is bikerboy357, the man who knows what Hannah likes, and wants her—every night—as much as she wants him. When he asks to meet, Hannah hesitates. But the temptation is too strong. And after one look into his sultry green eyes, there’s no turning back.

Cade MacKenzie’s never met a woman who’s wasn’t blinded by his billion-dollar net worth, but “H” knows neither his face nor his name. Her words are so smart, sweet, and scorchingly sexy that Cade’s willing to gamble she’ll be just as amazing in person. And she is. But even as every delicious encounter makes Cade want Hannah more, what he wants most is her trust.

It’s something all his money can’t buy. And now, Cade will do anything to earn it.


An online romance brings Cade and Hannah together. Online they share everything and miss each other when not available so when Cade asks to meet Hannah against her better judgement agrees. Meeting only confirms their chemistry but both must confront their baggage before the relationship can move on.  Cade is reluctant to trust and although Hannah seems to accept him and not his worth he still doubts. Hannah on the other hand is physically scarred and isn’t the size 2 that Cade is used to being with. How would she be able to fit into his world?

I liked this story because it delved into the feelings of both the characters. Like real life even if everything is great life can and will get in the way. The author took the time to let the reader know the anxieties and fears that each character had and allowed the love story to take the background until each story was told. Although the chemistry and sex was prevalent it didn’t dominate the story so that the characters became shallow.

The flow was good and kept me interested and reading until the end without immediately guessing the outcome and losing interest. I look forward to more stories by JM Stewart and will definitely recommend this to others.