(BRT) The Millionaire Makeover by Naima Simone

The Millionaire Makeover (Bachelor Auction, #2)  
Book Title: The Millionaire Makeover
Series: Bachelor Auction 2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Author: Naima Simone

Book Overview

He promised to stay away…but some promises are made to be broken

Plain-Jane computer programmer Khloe Richardson needs a date—one to make the prince of her dreams jealous. Maybe then he'll finally see her as a desirable swan and not the ugly duckling in the second office from the left.

But when she bids on a bachelor at a charity auction, the man she wins is millionaire Niall Hunter—who once made intense, passionate love to her and then left without a word. She's determined not to let her guard down again—among other things—around the infamous Irish lothario.

Niall never imagined his penance for one hot-as-hell night with his best friend’s little sister would be transforming her from a shy wallflower to a sultry siren. Helping her attract another man is torture...especially when he promised his friend he’d stay away. Plus, she wants forever, and he's not a forever kind of guy. But Niall can't stop wanting her. Can't stop touching her. Can't stop, period. And damn if he can remember why he has to...

My Review

*ARC Provided for an Honest Review*

I can't even begin to tell everyone how in love I am with the storyline. The very first time I read the blurb my eyes were literally shinning with hearts. I just wanted to have the book as soon as possible.

At first I literally thought it was going to be the bachelor that would change in the book, in a sense he has changed, but it turns out he was the one who changed his best friend's sister. I was so jumpy during the first few chapters in the book because I was really that excited on how their relationship will turn out. I was happy I got the ending I wanted and the ending the characters deserved but I was not in favor of how Niall took things. I was so so mad because he was prolonging his agony I feel like I was going to cry in anger.

I loved it. The book was exactly what I thought it would be and I wouldn't change a thing. It's definitely worth the read!