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seriously romantic: how to bang a billionaire by alexis hall

when arden st. ives randomly cold calls billionaire caspian hart to fundraise for their shared alma mater, he has no idea where the simple phone call will lead. caspian is a mystery but his pull is magnetic and ardy can't stay away.

but caspian has demons. so many demons. he's hurt and scared. he loves ardy but doesn't believe he knows how to love. he needs ardy but everything he touches turns to ash. and it's possible that the only thing that can happen between them is hurt. and also sex, which there is plenty of in how to bang a billionaire.

there's a power dynamic between them, and ardy is a true submissive, just as caspian is a natural dom. but the really fascinating thing about them, the one truth that people sometimes lose sight of in some bdsm relationships, is that in the ones that work, the person who actually holds the real power is the sub. because the truth is, caspian is more fragile and more likely to hurt than ardy will at the end of this. somehow they manage to flay each other open, and try to stitch those wounds close. but can it last?

**how to bang a billionaire published on april 16, 2017. i received a digital copy from netgalley/grand central publishing (forever) in exchange for my honest review. 

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