Power Trip (Twin Billionaires book 1) by M. T. Stone

This is the first book in the Twin Billionaires series.

I know she will be mine, the moment my eyes meet hers

A briefcase full of cash in one hand and documents that could land me in prison in the other, but all I can focus on is how she moves in that tight fitting dress. No longer on task, my mind is now reeling with questions. Who is this woman? What is she doing here? More importantly, where has she been all of my life?

Stepping onto his private jet, I have only one thing in mind… Revenge. I need to distract him just long enough to gather the key piece of evidence that currently resides in his left hand. By the time we reach cruising altitude, however, things are quickly spinning out of control. I suddenly find myself on my knees, between his… this was definitely not part of my plan!

As her master plan begins to fall apart, a more sinister and deadly plot emerges. Can two jaded souls put the past behind them and find solace in one another? Or will it turn out to be another heart-wrenching case of lost love?

I enjoyed reading this book. The characters are great and the storyline is good. The plot also developed at a good pace.

Mandy is a great character. She ended up with Trey for a purpose, and had every intention of seeing it through until she got to know him. Both of their families have history, but she was willing to get to know him. They had a clear spark and connection from the start.

Trey was a good character too. Considering his background, he came across really nice and decent. I liked the fact that this book had a duel point of view because seeing everything from both of thir views made a difference to the plot.

Liv was really annoying and I was glad to see her go. I’m intrigued at how Trey’s brother is going to play into things because I get the impression that there’s more going on than we know.

The plot was good. I like it when there’s a clear storyline on top of the romance. I’m intrigued to see where it’s going to go with his father’s murder, and then with the news Mandys dad threw at him at the end. I’m hoping that isn’t true.

Overall, I enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it. I’m looking forward to the next one.

My rating: 5/5*

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