When twenty-one year-old Hanna Breckenridge moves across the country to take a job as her sister’s business manager, she has no idea the culture shock she’s in for. When billionaire Cross Phillips approaches her, she’s flattered, only to find out that he’d been interested for reasons far different than anything Hanna would’ve imagined. When things take a dangerous turn, she’s forced to decide just how much she can trust this gorgeous man.


The Billionaire’s Sub (Billionaire’s Sub #1)










“Moving to Hollywood after graduation was supposed to be my first step into the adult world, a chance for me to live life on my terms. It’d worked for my older sister. I just hadn’t realized how much until she shared her darkest secret with me.”

This book is about a girl who moves to California to go and live with her sister. She was looking for a way to get out of her hometown. She was not a virgin but she was close and lived a pretty sheltered life.

When things started to happen to  her sister and one man mistakes her for her sister she realizes that they look-alike more than she thought. She told her sister what the man had said and then she learned the secret of her sister’s life.

Her sister was a dominant. She wanted to know more so her sister took her to a club. They met Cross (the man from the other time) there and her sister had already warned her to stay away from him.

Her sister wanted to let off some steam so she took her sub to a hotel and Hanna stayed behind for a little while. She didn’t realize it but on her way out she was more messed up than she should have been.

Turns out she was drugged but thanks to Cross nothing happened. Her sister went missing and the police didn’t want to do anything about it. Cross fixed that for her as well. During the time that her sister was missing her and Cross got closer and things started to happen for them.

He started showing her his life and what sex could be like in it. Crossed wanted to groom her but he also wanted her for more than a day.

I am not going to tell you how it ends however. That is for you to figure out. But it is a good read.

Thanks for reading my review.

Until Next Time: Happy Reading.

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