In The Billionaire Heartbreaker, Travis Christensen's life is one big party. He only has two concerns: being a star goalkeeper on the ice for the Dallas Stars, and keeping a revolving door of women at his beck and call. But when a feisty, fiery PR rep comes to tone down his image before the coach benches him, Travis has got a whole new mess on his hands...and he can't help but want more.
Reily Martin never met an image she couldn't make squeaky clean. So when the coach of the Dallas Stars hires her to reform their bad-boy goalie, Reily is more than up to the challenge. But dealing with the arrogant-and incredibly sexy-Travis Christensen proves to be more than she bargained for. She knows she shouldn't fall for hockey's most notorious playboy-but as the heat blazes between them, it gets harder and harder to say no.
Travis Christensen doesn't give a shit what people think of him. His family knows who he is and that is all that matters to him. So when the press only focuses on his "extracurricular" activites, he could care less. But his team is starting to get annoying with the media circus that is following him around. His coach lays it out for him, clean up his image and behave or Travis will find himself benched, and possibly off the team. They have hired a PR rep, Reily Martin, to his Travis assist and guide him into better decision making. From their first meeting, Travis can't resist getting under Reily's skin. It has quickly become his favorite pastime. And after spending everyday teasing and flirting with the woman, Travis can no longer keep his hands (and finally, mouth) off her. But after a career of not giving a shit what people think of him, how can Travis prove to Reily that he cares about her and what she thinks of him as a man I wish this book was longer. To me, it seemed to be missing the second half to Travis and Reily's story. It just seems to end. No growth from Travis, he is still just as self-centered at the end of the book as he was at the beginning. I think of changed if this wasn't a novella, made it more of a complete story. Just so much was missing for me with Travis.
Rating: 2.5 out of 5
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