Review: The Billionaire’s Voice by JS Scott

Reviewed by Shelly

This book made me sad. Parents are dead. They have no aunts, uncles, grandparents, nothing. All the current generation of Sinclairs have are their siblings, spouses, and cousins. How depressing is that? Seems slightly like pandering for sympathy from the audience. But maybe it’s me. Then Tessa and her brother, Liam, don’t have living parents either. What?! That’s over the top. No one has parents. Just a case of the sad all the way around.

Micah Sinclair is one of the cousins to the Sinclair brothers from books 1, 2, & 3. There are three cousins who I believe get their own books. I’m not sure I’m gonna make it to the end of the series.

I keep hoping for some great piece of writing that’s going to just draw me in and I keep getting disappointed. I keep hoping for an awesome hero who doesn’t devolve into gutter language as soon as he sees the heroine. I keep getting disappointed. I keep hoping for a heroine that I’m going to point at and say I wanna be just like you when I grow up. I keep getting disappointed; that’s not to say that I’ve not liked the previous heroines. I have liked them; they’re passable, but they’re not great. But maybe they’re not supposed to be great; maybe they’re just supposed to be OK.

Micah is a billionaire who made his money from extreme sports. I didn’t know the sport was so lucrative. He’s the responsible one. Another brother is a movie actor and the other is an alcoholic and a drug user. I would say the drunk/drug user books sounds like it could be something promising but I’m not hopeful.

Tessa was supposed to be the book that made me love this series. She’s deaf. How can I not love a deaf heroine? Well, when I read only about her relationship with the hero, I didn’t care. Very little, if any, detail was pent on her daily living. How does she ‘hear’ when there are no amenities that either cater to or help her deal in a hearing world? There’s no mention of Micah having to do anything but make sure he’s looking at her when he’s talking to her. He never had to live in her world but maybe that’s why he so accepting of her. Unfortunately. there was no mention of any change(s) that the heroine made except learning to read lips and sign language, when moving from a hearing world into a deaf world.

The sex, romance, repetition, and overall pacing where on par with the other books in this series. I was hoping to keep going but my patience is at an end.

Happy reading folks!

Rating: D

Click to purchase: Amazon

The Billionaire’s Voice
by J. S. Scott
Release Date: August 30, 2016
Publisher: Montlake Romance

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