The Billionaire’s Pregnant Bride by Kimmy Love is a contemporary romance novel.
Having known billionaire Edward Kinkade ever since she was young, up-and-coming attorney Nevaeh always felt comfortable around him. She felt so comfortable around him that she did not mind letting him into her life for some no-strings-attached sexual fun from time to time.
However, when it seemed that Nevaeh has somehow become pregnant by him, Edward did the honorable thing and asked her to marry him right away.
But can the billionaire and his pregnant bride make it down the aisle before the hand of fate intervenes?
- Title: The Billionaire’s Pregnant Bride
- Author: Kimmy Love
- Genre: Contemporary Romance
- Length: 166 Pages
- Released: May 29, 2016
- Rating: 1/10
This is meant to be a second chance romance what it turned out to be what a big, hot mess. The only positive thing I can say about this book is that I loved the cover. I mean I have to admit, it’s a great book cover. Too bad the author didn’t put as much effort into the actual story itself.
Another thing that bothers me is how the author tries to abuse the sub-categories on Amazon to promote their books. The book has nothing to do with sports. Both characters in the book are divorce attorneys.
So why does this book appear in the Romance > Sports category?
Next, it is placed in the African American Romance category yet I can’t recall a single person being identified as black in the book. The female, in fact, is part Latina and part Asian.
I don’t agree with abusive marketing techniques and I think authors who are caught doing it should have their books pulled from Amazon. On that note, if you read all the reviews at Audible about this book you’ll see the author was clearly buying reviews.
As for the story itself, besides the major editing problems including quite a few typos, which at times can be hard to overlook, the story itself is just not well thought out. I couldn’t feel a connection between the characters. It was just a poorly written story that left me completely uninterested.
Even if you were to get this book for free, I would still suggest passing on reading it. It really is just that bad.