And I mus Her Perfect Gift (50 Loving States #5) by Theodora Taylor. Pennsylvania, Her Russian Billionaire: 50 Loving States, Texas, Her Viking Wolf: Theodora Taylor lives, reviews and writes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When not Theodora Taylor Author () cover image of Her Russian Billionaire. Titles, Order. The Owner of His Heart by Theodora Taylor, 1 [PA]. Her Russian Billionaire by Theodora Taylor, 2 [TX]. Her Viking Wolf by Theodora Taylor, 3 [CO] .
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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Theodora Taylor lives, reviews, and writes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When not reading, reviewing or writing, she enjoys. Follow the Author. Theodora Taylor. + Follow Theodora Taylor (Author) . Her Russian Billionaire: 50 Loving States, Texas (Ruthless Russians Book 1). Start by marking “Her Russian Billionaire: 50 Loving States, Texas” as Want to Read: Another Smoking Hot Interracial Romance from the 50 Loving States Series! Russian ogliarch, Alexei Rustanov, wants nothing more than to leave his past behind, including the sexy and sassy Texas.
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That's just about perfect for me. I liked how Alexei was wining and dining Eva, but he was also wooing her by doing couple stuff. And having South Padre Island as a rendezvous was a bit novel. So why not five stars?
I doesn't quite feel like a fiver to me. I think a large part was the rough sexual language. I am not a big fan of that, honestly. I think the love scenes were very steamy, but I could have done without the big words that seem obligatory in a steamy romance book nowadays.
Personal preference. Thankfully, Taylor keeps the love scenes kink-free wipes brow. I would have regretted if I had never gotten to meet Alexei just because the book was too kinky for me.
Also, it could have been a tad longer. English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention russian billionaire theodora taylor well written owner of his heart main characters really enjoyed great read sex scenes years later eva and alexei storyline alexei and eva highly recommend hot hot hot states series beginning to end recommend this book great story loved this book looking forward.
Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. The Russian billionaire: I love the hot and steamy scene when they the first time they see one another again.
And then yank her to the wall shoving her both hands above her head. Holding it down with his hand as he kiss the sox off her. Then she responds back just as passionate, as if nothing else matter but the two of them. Then it all gets ruined when Lex date decides to show up and ruins it, by saying if he wanted Eva part of their three way. Way to go Becky for ruining such a lovely and steamy reunion. Stand up for your girl. Tell him what he needs to hear.
But you get the same feeling that she is just as disappointed in Eva as much as her farther. And that both parents dots and approve and love her older brother more. But sadly Eva puts up with their disapproving way and her father put down, and ugly comments. What I enjoy the most and one of my up most favorite parts in this book and when Aaron meets Lex.
And while at the time Lex is seeking his revenge on her you learn that Aaron is so important to Eva, that she stands her ground against Lex. The last thing I want to say about this is that Lex will protect those he considers his, and everyone else be aware of this.
One person found this helpful. One of my favorites! This had me at the sexy sample that I read on site. Then there is that cover! I enjoyed this story of the two college students. Eva has the advantages with her father as the mayor, and he is the poor immigrant. She defies her father for her lusty love of him, despite his poverty.
But he has a big secret. His family is the Russian mob. Then one day, she takes off. She has two secrets that she's keeping from him. Years later, they meet at a wedding, and it's on! The humor, sexy scenes, and the opposite personalities kept this fun, funny, sexy, and poignant.
So many family obstacles for them to get past. Eva's father never approved of her, and Alexei desperately wants to keep his distance from his family in Russia. When he tells her that he wants her in his bed with a bow, I loved it! While the set up is not uncommon in romance novels, the way the author developed the storyline was refreshing to me. And the epilogue!! I enjoyed the dual POVs. It enhanced the story to see it from both of their perspectives. This book would not have been as terrific without that.
This book hooked me on this series. I'm looking forward to reading more by this author. I have re-read this and enjoyed as much as I originally did. This was the first book of Ms. Tedious 4. Boring 5.
I couldn't find any intimacy or emotional connection 6. I totally disliked the prologue 7. I disliked the characters and the story as well 8. The sex scenes…caveman vibes all the way, baby. Uh, yeah, ramming a cock into a woman's pussy is not all that exciting if you can't enjoy any foreplay. In all honesty, they were badly written and the opposite of hot and erotic. Sadly, it was a huge turn-off. Bad, as in really bad. The plot? Uh…no comment. It's quite old and overused.
I want to use you as a fuck toy, doing to you whatever I want, however I want it, for that time until I get tired of yo and throw you away like you threw me away eight years ago. That's what I want.
By light years the best! Her Russian Billionaire was not my cuppa. Game over, dude! View all 31 comments. Having a Russian hero is always a nice start. But it has to meet other qualifications, and I'd say Theodora Taylor did that very well. The beginning has one of the best openings I've read in a romance for a while. The language is almost lyrical in those scenes.
I have to say that Alexei is just about scrumptious. That combination is so irresistible. I liked very much how Alexei was three-dimensional. While part of him Having a Russian hero is always a nice start. While part of him really despised Eva, and was determined to hurt her and get revenge, his heart didn't want that, and he'd never truly stopped loving her.
He was very sighworthy. Eva was very likable. She is one of those people that you can't help but like if you spend more than five minutes together. I think her parents didn't realize how lucky they are to have her, considering how terrible they acted towards her. I figured she had a good reason for leaving Alexei, but my jaw dropped when it's revealed why she did.
For some reason, I wasn't expecting that. You might say, 'well, duh,' but it was a surprise to me. I normally don't like the plot that is a huge aspect of this book, but I can understand why Eva chose to make that decision, and I like how it was dealt with between Eva and Alexei. Deep down, I will always be a Harlequin Presents geek. I loved that this has many of the HP tropes that I dig, but with a dangerous twist. And with a black heroine! That's just about perfect for me. I liked how Alexei was wining and dining Eva, but he was also wooing her by doing couple stuff.
And having South Padre Island as a rendezvous was a bit novel. So why not five stars? I doesn't quite feel like a fiver to me. I think a large part was the rough sexual language.
I am not a big fan of that, honestly. I think the love scenes were very steamy, but I could have done without the big words that seem obligatory in a steamy romance book nowadays. Personal preference.
Thankfully, Taylor keeps the love scenes kink-free wipes brow. I would have regretted if I had never gotten to meet Alexei just because the book was too kinky for me. Also, it could have been a tad longer. I think that for its shorter length, it was a satisfying story, but this easily could have been longer with more depth. I'm so picky with five star ratings lately. If I wasn't getting so stingy, this could have been a five. But it was darn close. Overall rating: Thanks so much to Teneatha for the Kindle Loan!
The sex is just there to fill in plot holes and to create this pseudo insta-lurv bond between the H and h, while the reasons behind their separation and reunion would give HPlandia a run for its money.
I've read bigger and better by this author. For me, overall it was watered-down good whiskey mixed with Sprite. A poorly made drink that got ruined with all the unbelievable sugar Rating: A poorly made drink that got ruined with all the unbelievable sugar and calories.
Not the worst I've read but it could have been wayyy better. View all 4 comments. May 11, Splage rated it it was ok Shelves: Very shallow plot with awkward dialog. I do usually like the whole secret baby plot line, but this one missed the mark for me. At the beginning I did think I was really going to like it because of the jerky hero and the potential OW, but the H didn't ever redeem himself, the heroine wasn't likable enough for me to care, and the OW went nowhere.
I was digging a little bit of the revenge sex theme though, but it was pretty wham-bam Very shallow plot with awkward dialog. I was digging a little bit of the revenge sex theme though, but it was pretty wham-bam in the descriptions.
View all 5 comments. Mar 14, Deloris rated it it was amazing. I loved this story, Alexi was one sexy mad man. He was sexy as hell and and a true alpha male with a hear of gold. Eva could not resist the sexy man no matter how hard she tried. The chemistry between them was so hott! Theodora tells an sexy exciting story that I could not put down. Aug 17, AvidReader rated it really liked it. I already knew Alexei dated heavily during separation before going to this.
But after reading the first chapter my heart went out for Alexei because of the way Eva so callously and cruelly broke his heart.
He loved her very much and 4. He loved her very much and searched for her too. So when the acceptance stage came he was still angry without any closure. He was never planning to see her again. Also after their accidental meeting he was instantly teleported back to the wounded boy.
So for the next 6 months when he plotted the revenge against Eva he was celibate.
Also I loved the last chapter so much. Especially his behavior towards Eva. And the reason behind their breakup it was significant and necessary. I had so much fun writing this book, and I just love Alexei and Eva. I hope you like them, too. Happy Reading, Theodora.
View all 3 comments. Jun 08, Delaney Diamond rated it really liked it Shelves: Really good book! It started with a bang and held my interest throughout. Other reviews talk about the hero, Alexei, but I loved the heroine more. Eva was so different.
She had natural hair, she was quirky and free-spirited. I love how she would make lame jokes to ease her discomfort. I also sympathized with her because of the way she was treated by her father and the tough decision she had to make in leaving Alexei.
He even admitted, once he learned the truth, that she'd made the right choice i Really good book! He even admitted, once he learned the truth, that she'd made the right choice in doing so. It was clear how much he loved her and depended on her, and I could absolutely see how the devastation he felt when she left could turn him into the hardened man he became. The sex scenes weren't bad, but I didn't feel the emotional connection between the hero and heroine I like to when I read a story like this.
I skimmed the last two because I found the other interaction between them more interesting.
I don't normally mention typos in books, because even with an editor, errors can be missed. But there were enough in this book that they pulled me from the story a couple of times and are worth mentioning. It was particularly distracting because the rest of the writing is so tight.
Misspelled words frission for frisson, willl for will , duplicated words she she , random quotation marks and periods and other things.
I can only assume the author forgot to do a final pass with Spell Check because it would have found all of these errors. Otherwise, I loved the book.