Series: Alpha Zone #1
Publisher: Mozaika Publications
billionaire who wants a perfect wife…
thirty-five, Marcus Carelli has it all: wealth, power, and the kind of looks
that leave women breathless. A self-made billionaire, he heads one of the
largest hedge funds on Wall Street and can take down major corporations with a
single word. The only thing he’s missing? A wife who’d be as big of an
achievement as the billions in his bank account.
lady who needs a date…
bookstore clerk Emma Walsh has it on good authority that she’s a cat lady. She
doesn’t necessarily agree with that assessment, but it’s hard to argue with the
facts. Raggedy clothes covered with cat hair? Check. Last professional haircut?
Over a year ago. Oh, and three cats in a tiny Brooklyn studio? Yep, she’s got
fine, she hasn’t had a date since… well, she can’t recall. But that part is
fixable. Isn’t that what the dating sites are for?
of mistaken identity…
high-end matchmaker, one dating app, one mix-up that changes everything…
Opposites may attract, but can this last?
Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Wall Street Titan is chock full of chemistry. It just sizzles through the pages. Emma and Marcus have chemistry and a connection as soon as they meet. These two, on the surface, seem completely wrong for each other. As they delve deeper you realize, they have a lot in common. I loved seeing their back and forth played out and can not wait to see how Emma and Marcus end!
Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩.5 hat review:
I see A LOT of potential in the first half of this duet. Emma and Marcus definitely have quite a cute story that carries some deeper emotion, but the connection was just really lacking for me. Particularly with Marcus. Don’t get me wrong, I found a lot I really enjoyed with these two, I just didn’t feel that spark.
Where Emma was quirky, sweet and pretty relatable Marcus was her polar opposite. Normally that doesn’t bother me but he was so extremely stuck in his beliefs of what was good enough for him at times it made him unappealing. That said the light is beginning to dawn for him and I do see how much his starting to grow and I’m looking forward to seeing how much he continues to grow in the next book.
York Times, USA Today, and international bestselling author of sci-fi romance
and contemporary dark romance. She fell in love with books at the age of five,
when her grandmother taught her to read. Since then, she has always lived
partially in a fantasy world where the only limits were those of her
imagination. Currently residing in Florida, Anna is happily married to Dima
Zales (a science fiction and fantasy author) and closely collaborates with him
on all their works.