THE VIRGIN BILLIONAIRE’S LITTLE ANGEL by Ryan Field
The Virgin Billionaire’s Little Angel by Ryan Field
The Virgin Billionaire, series
Reviewed by Lisa
The mid-life crisis syndrome is hitting Jase Nicholas hard as far as his husband Luis Fortune-Nicholas is concerned. Jase is obsessed with his idea to enlarge their little family and give their son Hunter a sibling. Luis however knows that the responsibility of rearing another child will largely fall into his hands.
As Luis comes to grips with Jase’s plans to use Luis’s best friend Hillary as a surrogate something happens which puts everything else on hold. His twin brother Gage becomes ill, deathly ill. Gage’s boyfriend Cory as well as Luis and the rest of their family and friends rally around with love and support. Nothing means more to Luis and Jase than family and they will do whatever they can to save the life of one of their own.
The final installment in the wildly popular Virgin Billionaire series goes out with an emotional bang in The Virgin Billionaire’s Little Angel. Characters from previous stories make an appearance which fans will love and new readers will enjoy too. And as with the rest of this series, each story is self contained and offers plenty of back story. Told in a fast, clipped pace, The Virgin Billionaire’s Little Angel unfolds mainly from Luis’s point of view, his conflict over another child and his sorrow over Gage’s illness. The only downside to the story is the amount of grammatical and spelling errors which slows the rhythm. All in all, a great plotline with lots of emotional angst and loads of hot, hot sex, as well as a somewhat expected climax. The Virgin Billionaire’s Little Angel is Jase and Luis’s last lovely romance and exciting adventure, they will be missed.