The Billionaire's Stray Heart (Burke Billionaire Romance Book 2)
by Rachelle J. Christensen
Series: Burke Billionaire Romance #2
Publication Date December 16, 2017
Genres: Clean Romance
Setting: Chicago, Illinois Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-35, 36 - 50
Written for: Adult
Jordan Burke, billionaire owner of Burke Enterprises doesn’t have time to date. His sister thinks it’s time for him to find love and sets him up with her best friend, but Jordan can’t leave his work behind. After the disastrous date, a stray puppy saves his life, and Jordan meets a woman who makes him rethink his priorities.
Madison is attracted to Jordan from their first meeting but wary of his billionaire status. Despite her fears, she can’t ignore the pounding of her heart and the sparks flying between them or the tender way Jordan has with his new puppy.
Jordan starts to change his life to make room for the woman he loves, but when a business opportunity comes his way, will he be able to keep his resolve or will his heart stray again?
Burke Billionaire Romance Series (Each book in this clean and wholesome series can be read as a stand alone)
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I would like to thank Rachelle J. Christensen for giving me this copy of the book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Without having read the description for this book, and if I wasn’t familiar with Rachelle Christensen’s works, I probably would not have picked this book up to read at all. The title made me think that is about a man prone to cheating, not about a man who finds a stray dog and adopts it. Rest assured that there is no cheating involved in this book and the only stray was an adorable part-Labrador puppy.
It was fun how the chance meeting between Jordan and Madison happened because she was walking a dog named Jordie, a nickname that only his sister called him. Though they departed with no way to contact each other again, the fact that the point of view switched from his perspective to hers was a rather significant clue that they would be meeting again.
A fun quote from the book – this is Jordan speaking.
How can I run a billion dollar business and not be able to deal with one puppy?
Overall, the story was fun with an interesting plot. The writing style of this one was a little more stilted than I’m used to from the author. It is hard to put my finger on exactly what it was that made me feel this way. It was a good story, just not up to her usual quality.
This is a stand-alone novel, even though it is part of a series and there are characters who appeared in the first book of the series.
The author asked me to be sure to let you know that she is giving away a copy of Double Take to anyone who purchases this book and sends her an e-mail to let her know they have purchased The Billionaire’s Stray Heart. Her e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org