The Billionaire's Obsession ~ Sam
by: J.S. Scott
Released: April 2013
Billionaire Sam Hudson has pretty much lived his life with no apologies because he tries never to do anything that he’s sorry about…except for what he had done in the past to Dr. Madeline Reynolds. Many years and regrets later, Sam meets up with Maddie again by chance; his brother Simon is marrying Maddie’s best friend and the two of them are forced to be civil. But Sam wants to be more than polite, and he wants another chance to make things right, so he offers Maddie a bold proposition, an offer he knows she’ll have a very hard time declining even though she hates him.
Dr. Madeline Reynolds adores her best friend Kara and her fiancé Simon, but being forced into the company of Sam Hudson, because they are both in Simon and Kara’s wedding, is pure torture. She’s hated Sam for years, but when he offers her a bargain, something near and dear to her heart, she’s torn between her dislike for the man and the offer of something she’s always desperately wanted. Once, Sam Hudson nearly destroyed her, but Maddie discovers that sometimes things aren’t always what they appear to be. Is Sam really a devious heartbreaker, or is there something more to him beneath the surface?
Can two people with so many years of hurt between them learn to trust each other again?
Ahh Sam & Maddie, if you have read The Billionaire’s Obsession you are familiar with Sam (Simon’s older brother) and Maddie (Kara’s best friend)
Sam and Maddie have a past; a past that no one really knows about, all anyone really knows is that Maddie seems to despise Sam. From the previous books it’s pretty easy to guess that Maddie and Sam probably had something going on in the past and that based upon Sam’s reputation Maddie has very good reason to hate him.
But we quickly learn Sam’s never gotten over Maddie and his reasons for what happened in the past are shocking and now that Maddie is back in his sights and within reach he will do everything and anything to keep her, including throwing her over his shoulder caveman style and hauling her to his lair.
Maddie hates Sam Hudson, now if someone could just tell her heart and body that all would be good, truth is he’s the love of her life, the one that crushed her heart and never looked back, but even with all that heartbreak Maddie knows deep down she’s still in love with Sam, but everything and nothing has changed over the years and Sam’s demanding personality grates, Maddie won’t be steam rolled.
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